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Non-meat Protein

- Fri, 22 Feb 2019 18:50:41 EST aBxsA4Eb No.95198
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I know cheese and eggs have high protein. What's the best sources of vegetable protein?
Shit Nicklewell - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 19:17:27 EST uCz/+K40 No.95200 Reply
greek yogurt, lentils, beans, peas, peanut butter, cottage cheese, nuts
Reuben Tootman - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 19:19:42 EST SXhHnWa0 No.95201 Reply
Best as in amino balanced? Most protein per gram? Most protein per calorie? Cheapest?

Lots of different answers. Most of them end up with you sat down with a calculator trying to get 2 variables high enough while keeping a third lower. But if you want to narrow down your concerns it'll give you more useful answers.
Albert Dummerway - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 20:52:44 EST aBxsA4Eb No.95202 Reply
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What do you mean by amino balanced?

I been replacing one meal per day with fruit & nuts (with a little milk to wash it down)
Priscilla Smallridge - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 10:51:36 EST Riy5Wxin No.95206 Reply
Proteins are made up of amino acids. To create all the proteins our body needs we need 22 amino acids. Some sources of protein miss a few. Amino balanced protein is a protein which has a quantity of all of them. meat and eggs are easy mode as a result. Dairy isn't entirely balanced.

Generally a grain plus a legume will pretty much sort you out but, there's a few other shortcuts that work if you have a decent quantity of both but there's calculators and the like. You don't need your balance to be perfect every day but if you are regularly missing certain amino acids you will become unwell and/or die. That's a slow process but you'll be slowing down you gains long long before that.

Nuts are a legume high in protein but not balanced alone, fruits are not a good source of protein. However if you're otherwise eating balancedprotein sources you're fine. If you're not you may still be fine (or great) if you have some high quality grains in another meal or just fairly regularly ie rice or bread that's actually good not steam risen white flour preservative laden factory shit that is responsible for a lot of "gluten intolerance", gluten itself is protein though so as long as it's not shit it's not going to make you ill in moderate quantities

Lots of words there I'm afraid but hopefully that helps.
Beatrice Bibbleshit - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 05:33:56 EST WSq6Llae No.95212 Reply
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No wonder having a vegan bodybuilder is news-worthy....
I can go vegatarian with eggs & dairy as the only animal products (I don't care much for cheese).
Angus Hallernidge - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 10:19:44 EST nt0+tLgs No.95321 Reply
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Hemp hearts
Lillian Croshforth - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 21:55:51 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95327 Reply
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Seeds of any kind are your absolute friend, keeping in mind the seed family actually contains nuts and beans as well. I know broccoli has a good amount of quality protein. As far as nuts go, peanuts are about the best out there nutritionally.

Honestly, I suggest eating two different kinds of nuts and or beans plus two different kinds of vegetables for a meal. Eggs are a definite for at least one meal since they contain each of the essential proteins. I've been eating quinoa and lentils lately, both of which are very good for you, as well as delicious!~ YEAH
Matilda Clunnerwater - Sat, 11 May 2019 22:39:27 EST dKleem3o No.95391 Reply
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Beans & nuts and greens to take me thru the day.
waterdragon - Sun, 09 Jun 2019 20:46:47 EST 29xt46uO No.95483 Reply
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Remember to have greens with your protein.
Hamilton Goffingmadging - Fri, 28 Jun 2019 09:02:41 EST n1dhvCJz No.95535 Reply
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Have meat as a cheatday!
Phineas Crumbleshit - Wed, 03 Jul 2019 06:55:41 EST TJ3PIciH No.95562 Reply
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Beans, grains and nuts...
William Cobblecherk - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 08:02:51 EST SSNFjmdJ No.95646 Reply
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Chickpea-patty burger
Augustus Clesslewat - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 18:14:14 EST v2PlCrFQ No.95706 Reply
I just mix pea protein powder into every soup, stew, pasta, etc.

Get a giant bag in bulk for literally dollars for KGs of the shit. Completely flavourless, and doesn't give you night sweats and horrendous gas like whey.
Ian Sevingpodging - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 23:08:08 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95751 Reply
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A quick google search tells me no. A shame
Matilda Deffinglit - Mon, 09 Sep 2019 06:28:07 EST ivtyyWCo No.95771 Reply
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Ragda Pattice (pictures) is crispy potato patties in a dried white pea curry. Protein-licious.
Lydia Greenfoot - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 12:40:22 EST 8cbgDxqC No.95775 Reply
I'm a huge fan of pea protein powder and mixing it into literally everything.
Alot of people says it has a bad taste, but I disagree. Mixing it in to soups is fantastic.

I also found a protein powder made from egg protein and it's a lot easier on my stomach then Whey, but when I DO fart its so bad it melts concrete. Too bad it's also pricey AF

Also lentils. Hot brown chicks bring me daal all the time and I cannot get enough (of both brown girls and lentils)
Edwin Sesslehood - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 00:13:44 EST PT9qj0Lm No.95778 Reply
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Seitan (pure wheat gluten). Just one ounce of this stuff contains 21g protein, 104 calories, 8% DV iron, and lots of other goodies. You can season it, put it in a stir fry, grill it, or slice it thin and put it in sandwiches. The texture is much closer to pork or chicken cutlets compared to tofu. You'll love it, I guarantee (unless you have a gluten allergy, in which case never eat this).
Ebenezer Henderway - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 04:36:34 EST cPs4exGr No.95798 Reply
Veggies don't really have much protein. That's why a vegetarian diet is usually frowned upon. If you want plant/soy protein eat something like oatmeal, homemade cereal, tofu, tempeh, soybean (soybean burgers are pretty good if you use the right. herbs) or chickpea...Etc.
Frederick Pittfoot - Sat, 28 Sep 2019 21:17:27 EST odQuaC3p No.95832 Reply
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Black bean burritos after a workout
Edward Dunkinshit - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 02:36:02 EST kdVly9mj No.95872 Reply
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According to google, mushroom has 3% protein by weight. Compare this to chickpea (19%) and chicken (27%).
Matilda Siddlelot - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 13:11:03 EST drCiFyVS No.95874 Reply
Mushroom has a lot of water by weight. Another worthwhile comparison is calories per protein.

It's actually a good source of protein when you look at it that way. Better than chickpeas. The problem then becomes that you need to eat tonnes of mushrooms and that's expensive. Adding a small portion to a meal isn't a bad idea if you want flavour, protein and not too many carbs though, but you can't rely on them as more than a little add on.
Cyril Desslewen - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 01:31:57 EST hCIvWf7w No.95895 Reply
Didn't think about it that way but gonna focus on chickpeas and lentils for veg protein.
Jack Drenningbury - Tue, 05 Nov 2019 13:24:38 EST p85xFx3L No.95905 Reply
Just bear in mind that's legumes and legumes. Check you've got your amino acids balanced and try to find something that covers any weak spots. Grains will cover some of that but they tend to be starchy. Wild rice and (good) pasta or the right sort of wheat will do you well though. There may be other veg that will cover you or something though. I couldn't find amino composition for chick peas and lentils
Phoebe Bankinsock - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 01:46:46 EST tVfsNkHB No.95906 Reply
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I'm NOT going full-vegan; so I has cheese & milk to cover the protein. I has oats, nuts and beans daily though.
Angus Brubberhall - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 06:39:51 EST o7N6Tbko No.95913 Reply
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Time for beans
Angus Blenderstuck - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 16:05:40 EST 0wr4g4l2 No.95924 Reply
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Give me meat!
Barnaby Honeystone - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 05:47:26 EST fC9q2rpw No.95966 Reply
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Beans + grains + egg
Ian Blythehood - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 18:12:56 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95985 Reply

I like the wooden one best. I always wanted some nice wooden dishes.
Beatrice Sonningwater - Mon, 17 Feb 2020 02:22:15 EST nwhXOKpv No.96082 Reply
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Is that anything better than a cheese omelette after a work-out?
Priscilla Buddleham - Wed, 11 Mar 2020 04:55:52 EST nwhXOKpv No.96104 Reply
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Eat more seafood
Martin Hicklewill - Thu, 19 Mar 2020 06:45:39 EST nwhXOKpv No.96131 Reply
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The lentil is an edible legume. It is a bushy annual plant known for its lens-shaped seeds. It is about 40 cm tall, and the seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each. As a food crop, the majority of world production comes from Canada, India, and Turkey.
George Worthingstock - Mon, 06 Apr 2020 03:08:24 EST tzi6EjAe No.96181 Reply
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>Aquafaba ~ the liquid in a can of chickpeas
he starchy liquid is a great binder directly from the can, but what really makes it magical is that it whips and creates a foam. Aquafaba is therefore able to trap air, giving items structure at the same time it delivers a fluffy crumb and lift...

We fold this foam into blueberry muffins to lighten them, and we whip aquafaba with sugar and vanilla to make egg-free meringues...

As it does with egg whites, adding a stabilizing ingredient improved the structure of whipped aquafaba. In sweet recipes, we usually used sugar. But there’s another ingredient we often whip into egg whites to add stability: cream of tartar.
Jack Honeyway - Mon, 08 Jun 2020 01:59:11 EST 4qPRjBQ1 No.96301 Reply
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Beans are where proteins are in a vegetarian diet. Got it.

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