Boost Your Protein Intake With Plants
Going meat-free occasionally if perhaps even frequently has become ever more common, health benefits and low costs have proven persuading factors.
Meat is tough to beat when it comes to protein content, with next in line usually being eggs and dairy products. But have you thought about ditching animal products altogether on the odd occasion?
These following plant-based foods will help you on your way to getting your daily protein quota with ease, simply click on the recipes in the right hand column to get started.
Protein content per 100g serving
|Soy||12-19g||– Miso, Vegetable & Tempeh Soup|
|Oats||17g||– Natural Oatcakes|
|Chickpeas||9g||– Braised Coconut & Chickpeas with Lemon|
|Lentils||9g||– Veggie & Lentil Bolognaise|
|Wholegrains||4-6g||– Homemade Seeded Crackers|
|Seeds||18-20g||– Chia, Berry & Spinach Smoothie|
|Nuts||18-21g||– Apple & Peanut Butter Slices|
|Quinoa||4.4g||– Thai Peanut Quinoa Salad|
|Vegetables||Peas – 5g|
Mushrooms – 3.1g
Broccoli – 2.4g
Spinach – 3g
Sprouts – 3.9g
Kale – 1.9g
Corn – 3.2g
|– Spicy Pepper & Aubergine in Portobello Mushrooms|
|Black beans||21g||– Mexican Bean Soup|
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