Broccoli Sprouts and Cacao Nibs
Broccoli Sprouts: In CRDB these look like an incredible powerhouse of stuff like Vitamin E and selenium, both of which I have trouble hitting on a vegetarian (almost exclusively vegan) diet. But I am a doubting Thomas and have not been able to find reliable information online to confirm. It almost sounds too good to be true, so I am wondering, where did Cronometer get it and if it's verified?
Cacao Nibs: There is barely any nutrients data in any of the entries I have found in CRDB. I know for a fact that cacao nibs are a rather good source of selenium, for instance, but there is not a single entry which lists it. USDA has full information on raw cocoa powder, but that's has a bit of a different ratio of nutrients and considerably less fat Do you have a good, reliable source for nutritional data for cacao nibs?