Where the Heck Do Vegans Find Protein?

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It is not hard to find protein- Of the nutrients found in animal products, protein is the least of my worries. Here’s a list of foods that contain protein that are not animal products:
1. lentils

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Source: Medical News Today

2. peanut butter
3. almond butter
4. cashew butter
5. peanuts
6. almonds
7. pine nuts
8. walnuts
9. cashews
10. hazelnuts
11. pecans
12. pistachios

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13. green peas
14. wheat (germ)
15. soba noodles
16. quinoa
17. oats
18. whole grain breads
19. pumpkin seeds
20. watermelon seeds
21. squash seeds
22. sésame seeds
23. chia seeds
24. hemp seeds
25. sunflower seeds

 

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26. brussel sprouts
27. tempeh
28. tofu
29. soy milk
30. cocoanut milk
31. cashew milk
32. rice milk
33. hemp milk
34. avocado

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35. black beans
36. kidney beans
37. chickpeas
38. great northern beans
39. navy beans
40. pinto beans
41. seitan
42. cocoanut
43. sun-dried tomatoes

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44. potatoes
45. kamut
46. watercress
47. mushrooms
48. cocoa powder
49. lima beans
50. green beans
51. whole wheat pasta
52. buckwheat
53. sweetcorn

SWEETCORN
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54. couscous
55. brown rice
56. winged beans
57. fava beans
58. miso
59. hummus
60. wild rice
61. rye
62. rice noodles
63. sprouts
64. kale
65. broccoli

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66. artichokes
67. spinach
68. cauliflower
69. collard greens
70. parsley
71. mustard greens
72. baby zucchini
73. beet greens
74. arugula
75. bamboo shoots
76. Hubbard squash

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77. asparagus
78. sugar snap peas
79. pak-choi
80. guavas
81. mulberries
82. blackberries
83. starfruit
84. apricots
85. kumquats
86. peaches

peach
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87. cantaloupe
88. grapefruit
89. raspberries
90. passion fruit
91. currants
92. pomegranate

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93. oranges
94. watermelon
95. kiwi
96. cherries
97. jackfruit
98. strawberries

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99. honeydew melon
100. bananas
101. most cereals
102. granola

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“But It Tastes So Good” is the number one excuse I get from meat-eaters on why they do not want to switch to a vegetarian/vegan diet. I am not out there to make everyone vegan. I do, however, want to share what food does to your body and to the world around you. Let me show you that being good to yourself and to the earth can taste just as good, or better, than what you are already doing (both literally and figuratively).

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