Sorry, I'm not debating RAW versus COOKED versus KIBBLE. If you re-read all my posts you will see that. I've fed my dogs all of those in my lifetime. I'm advocating MEAT versus PLANT. And the menu the OP presented is high in plant less in meat. It doesn't matter if she feeds it raw, cooked, kibbled, dried, whatever. It is still too little meat. Of course, if your dog is allergic to meat (there is no indication on this thread that the dog is allergic to meat) then you can't feed meat-heavy food.
It doesn't matter how you feed your dog. But a dog's system is designed to process meat efficiently more so than plants. This is especially more so in allergic dogs. Meat is High Protein, Low Carbs. So the food structure is not concerned over high protein. That's why in the dog food rating on EBN you will find the MEAT-based kibbles always ranked higher than PLANT-based kibble.
I'm not debating you. I'm giving the OP my opinion.
Everybody has their own "expertise" and "certifications". Mine is not English. I'm Filipino. English is only my 3rd language. The way I write is the way I would write a paper to submit to my teacher in science class.