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Yacon inulin compared to sunchokes

 
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Anyone know if yacon generally has more inulin than sunchoke?

Everyone here is complaining and passing major wind. Things were going well with the sunchokes.

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http://www.wiley-vch.de/books/biopoly/pdf_v06/bpol6014_439_448.pdf

Article has a table. Sunchoke, Chicory and Dandelion all run in the teens, while yacon runs from 3 to nineteen. Looks like Camas is the champ, running from 12 to 22. I am presuming that the chart is reporting percentages, although I don't see it indicated in either the legend or the text.
 
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