Easy Methods to Eat More Plant Protein

 

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If you think steak and eggs are the the only way to pack in the protein, think again. While the myth of never consuming enough protein is still around, the idea of going vegetarian at least once a week, aka “Meatless Monday,” is growing in popularity. The good news is that regularly eating dishes made with powerful plant proteins like beans, legumes, tofu and whole grains.

Here is a basic whey shake recipe. To boost the protein content even more, use more protein powder or add peanut butter, almond butter, flaxseeds or chia seeds. Beans, Lentils, and Other Legumes Beans contain between thirteen to 22 grams of protein per cup.

Soybeans contain the most at 22 grams, black beans contain 15 grams, and lentils contain almost 18 grams per cup. In addition to their protein content, beans have a number of health benefits that warrant their emphasis in a healthy diet. There’s nothing simpler than working these plant-based proteins into your diet ― either as snacks or as additions to just about anything else you eat. “Hemp seeds are a complete protein [that can be] sprinkled into your smoothie, on top of oatmeal or a salad, or even made into milk or a nut butter is superb,” Shapiro said. One of the easiest ways to transition into a plant-based diet is to take part in Meatless Mondays: a designated day of the week that you vow to ditch animal protein and stick with plants instead.

Not only does it allow you to experiment with vegetarian and vegan dishes, but it also allows your body to adjust to taking in extra fiber. How to eat more plant protein with simple snacks and eating hacks. Now that you know plant protein is amazing, you probably want to add it to your diet ASAP. To make it easier for you, we put together a list of 5 actually tasty ways to eat more plant protein. Smoothies are an excellent (and obvious) way to pack plenty of fresh produce into your diet, but they also give you endless opportunity in the protein department. Nuts and nut butters, seeds, Greek yogurt, milk, and even certain fruits (like guavas, avocados, and apricots) contain protein.

A little more plant-based protein goes a long way. A recent study from researchers at the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute found that older people who eat more plant-based protein tend to live longer.

In the study, researchers looked at data from 237,036 men and 179,068 women who were between 50 and 71 years old. Black beans are one of the most convenient and affordable forms of plant-based protein that you can buy. On average, a 15-ounce (455-gram) can costs around $1 in most stores.

One cup (172 grams) of. Lemon poppy seed energy bites from Amy’s Healthy Baking are a great go-to snack. The recipe calls for a plant-based vanilla protein powder, poppy seeds, lemon zest, oats, and water. The energy bites are easy to prepare and require no baking.

You can add protein powder to your hummus recipe.

List of related literature:

the amount, eat a variety of plant proteins (e.g. nuts, lentils, legumes) and animal proteins (e.g. chicken, tuna, jerky).

“Adventure Racing” by Jacques Marais, Lisa De Speville
from Adventure Racing
by Jacques Marais, Lisa De Speville
Human Kinetics, 2004

PUSH PLANT PROTEIN Vegan diets can fall short on protein, particularly when they include only minimal legumes, nuts, and seeds.If your muscle mass is low, build it up byeating 1.2 to 1.7 gramsof protein per kilogram (2.2 lb)ofbody weight perday (g/kg/d).

“Becoming Vegan, Express Edition: The Everyday Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition” by Brenda Davis, RD, Vesanto Melina, MS, RD
from Becoming Vegan, Express Edition: The Everyday Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition
by Brenda Davis, RD, Vesanto Melina, MS, RD
Book Publishing Company, 2013

Plant and animal protein combinations also complement nicely.

“Edible Wild Plants: A North American Field Guide to Over 200 Natural Foods” by Thomas S. Elias, Peter A. Dykeman
from Edible Wild Plants: A North American Field Guide to Over 200 Natural Foods
by Thomas S. Elias, Peter A. Dykeman
Sterling, 2009

• Push plant protein.

“Becoming Vegan: The Complete Reference to Plant-Base Nutrition, Comprehensive Edition” by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
from Becoming Vegan: The Complete Reference to Plant-Base Nutrition, Comprehensive Edition
by Brenda Davis, Vesanto Melina
Book Publishing Company, 2014

Although it is not necessary to combine plant foods to obtain the proper mix of amino acids, combinations such as peanut butter on toast or red beans and rice make vegetarian meals nutritious, inexpensive, and easy to prepare.

“Essential Concepts for Healthy Living” by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
from Essential Concepts for Healthy Living
by Sandra Alters, Wendy Schiff
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2009

This is best achieved when a wide range of plant proteins is consumed (soy protein, textured vegetable protein, legumes, nuts, seeds and grains) within the diet [1].

“Pediatric Nutrition in Practice” by B. Koletzko, J. Bhatia, Z.A. Bhutta, P. Cooper, M. Makrides, R. Uauy, W. Wang
from Pediatric Nutrition in Practice
by B. Koletzko, J. Bhatia, et. al.
S. Karger AG, 2015

Plant proteins are not as readily digested as animal proteins; thus vegans and vegetarians should consume about 10% more grams of protein than the preceding recommendations.8 That is, if an athlete consumes a 3,000-calorie diet with 20% from protein, approximately 600 calories (150 g) are from protein.

“Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals” by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
from Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals
by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
F.A. Davis Company, 2019

In the influential book Diet for a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappé described meals that carefully combined different plant proteins to create a highquality protein similar to animal protein.

“The Vegetarian Planet: 350 Big-Flavor Recipes for Out-Of-This-World Food Every Day” by Didi Emmons
from The Vegetarian Planet: 350 Big-Flavor Recipes for Out-Of-This-World Food Every Day
by Didi Emmons
Harvard Common Press, 1997

Indeed, light vegetable proteins may completely replace meats in the human diet: 1½ to 2 pounds of raw nuts and seeds per week, for example, provide all the protein and fat required by anyone and eliminate the metabolic craving for meat, eggs, and other animal proteins.

“The Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity: A Modern Practical Guide to the Ancient Way” by Daniel Reid
from The Tao of Health, Sex, and Longevity: A Modern Practical Guide to the Ancient Way
by Daniel Reid
Atria Books, 1989

Use the book Diet for a Small Planet, by Frances Moore Lappe to learn how to combine plant proteins to achieve high protein values and good taste.

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
from History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook
by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Soyinfo Center, 2019

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  • But where do you get your protein? I’m answering that question in today’s recipe video! Each recipe is linked in the description so check it out! ALSO this video is not to tell you that you should be counting the amount of protein you’re eating, or measuring anything out, this was purely done for your information to show how much protein you CAN get from plants. ALSO before I receive another comment about soy being too high in estrogen for men IT IS A MYTH! Soy has PHYTOestrogens which is different from estrogen and affects us differently (we aren’t plants). You should be more concerned with the actual estrogen in animal products, because manboobs are much more likely to be a result of overeating diary than soy. https://freefromharm.org/health-nutrition/vegan-doctor-addresses-soy-myths-and-misinformation/
    https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fhealth.bastyr.edu%2Fnews%2Fhealth-tips%2F2018%2F02%2Fdebunking-three-myths-about-soy&event=comments&html_redirect=1&redir_token=_ESMxwA4Mrp6ZrxyxzIHjsVJO_18MTUyNzE0NTExMUAxNTI3MDU4NzEx

  • Recently, I also got hooked on vegan recipes, the other day I saw on the Internet “Roast for vegans”, was surprised, went to see, it turned out to be from new potatoes with lemon zest. I tried to cook it, it was just a bomb). Who is interested in the recipe, then took it here �� https://triptok.ru/veganskie-recepty/zharkoe-iz-molodogo-kartofelya-s-limonnoj-cedroj.html

  • I’m actually shocked looking for meat alternative dishes turns out to be more fattening than the meat ones. I must be mistaken I thought the point of vegan vegetarian etc was mainly health benefits. I think I’ll stick with grilled chicken breast and loads of green vegetables.

  • Microwave, cans, processed ingredients, old cooked food…your liver cannot handle all this and that’s why you look older than you really are. The focus should be on quality ingredients not just the protein intake. What about adding high alkaline based foods like arugula and kale to help cleanse your liver from all that processed crap. Yikes!

  • This is a wonderful video, We have an article about plant based protein sources never to ignore https://www.girlandpower.com/15-plant-based-protein-sources-never-to-ignore/ let’s see

  • https://bookerystore.com/downloads/the-vegan-cookbook-for-athletes-45-high-protein-delicious-recipes-for-a-plant-based-diet-plan-and-healthy-muscle-in-bodybuilding-fitness-and-sports/

  • I see the problem.
    We need a tabulation of the cost for the meals the whole day, compared to three plain non veg meals a day
    If they’d cost the same, you’d have more people follow this diet.

  • I made the walnut salad today after finding this video this morning but instead of the tahini I made a pumpkin seed dressing, was so yum

  • Great video! When people don’t understand that protein comes from nature, I get fed up. U see all that good meat on the animal, but it still carries on to eat grass all day. That should tell us humans something!

  • im trying to become a vegan body builder, i think if i eat 10 of these meals a day, i should reach like 300g of protein without supplements?

  • Omg. So basically you consume about 280g of carbs and barely about 70g of Protein? wtf. Vegans and Proteins are never on the same page. I so want to turn into a vegan but the lack of lean protein just makes me want to pull my hair.

  • Im not vegan and i m not considering being one but i mostly eat plants based meals and i just love it i feel so good my mood is good my stomach is good, and I was looking for new recipes to try and yours look fabulous I’ll absolutely give it a try

  • Muscle protein synthesis rate: 20g in one seating ( 4 hrs)
    So 4 meals for 16 hours could only be able to digest 80g. Rest of the protein will have no impact.

  • Do you eat the same food in grams as shown in your recipe or do you eat half your grams as I tired to cook your recipe but it is too much for one person

  • Animals have an other metabolism. E.g. cows can produce their amino acids out of their food. It’s not good to compare animals which eat vegan with animals which eat everything (humans)
    I eat vegan too, that’s not the point. But I would be careful with this reasoning.

    (sorry for my bad english)

  • My main concerns are: 1) the cost of all those ingredients (organic: richer in nutrients), 2) quinoa, avogado, indian spices… are imported from the other side of the planet: large footprint if we all import our ingredients from that far to make up for what was in meat products diet, 3) not all of us have the time or other resources to prepare that much. You seem to live in a fully-equipped flat with all kinds of electrodomestics and tools. Since I am relatively poor, it is not feasable for me, but I won’t give up: study an alternative range of vegan meals, more financially and environmentally sustainable before I move onto veganism.

  • Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets (do a search on google)? I have heard several awesome things about this popular weight loss methods.

  • Hi, have you considered this diet plan called the Custokebon Secrets? My buddy says it helps people lost crazy amounts of weight. Is that possible? I also noticed many excellent review about this diet plan. Thoughts?

  • I’m sorry, 900 calories for oatmeal?? Wot?? And that much for a salad?? I get these are higher nutrition meals but I’m I missing something here?

  • The argumentation that cows and gorillas have no problem of getting the protein and therefor the humans can do the same is simply wrong. Gorillas and cows have enzymes that convert carbohydrates from grass and bananas into protein. Humans unfortunatly don’t have them. Anyhow, the recipes are great:)

  • Awesome. It’s amazing how your carbs, protein and fat are so balanced. For me, I’m unable to eat 2000 calories as that’s way too much for me and I don’t get hungry a lot. So it’s hard for me to get even 80 grams of protein as a vegan. Just to reach that number, I end up eating 250g+ carbs.

  • I read lots of superb opinions on the internet about how exactly Custokebon Secrets will help you lost a lot of fat. Has anyone tried this popular fat burn secrets?

  • Trust Jesus! He knows everything about you and he wants what’s best for you. Trust Him and he will take you to where you want to go❤️️…. and where he wants you to go❤️️

  • I see lots of people keep on speaking about Custokebon Secrets. But I’m uncertain if it is good. Have you ever tried using this popular lose weight diet plan?

  • I just bought your ebook, it’s great to have a guide to learn how to eat vegan:) been struggling for a while in the kitchen and ideas XD

  • Like what are these 600+ calorie foods. these meals aren’t specifically high in protein they are all high in calories with “some protein”. These are pretty bad examples for anyone trying to stay lean on a vegan diet

  • Uh…..ok. These all look great, and they are good recipes…. but 3823 calories for 173g of protein is ridiculous. Obviously people don’t have to have them on the same day, but if they did for the sake of protein intake then that’s really too much energy for someone, even if heavily active. I know you say not to count calories but the fact is that many people do and for many it’s important in terms of regulating weight.

  • So by the time you’ve eaten all of this, you’ve eaten nine meals for god knows how many calories and a little over a hundred grams of protein, plus you’ve spent the entire day cooking and spent like a hundred dollars on food. Meat is cheaper and easier.

  • Ok I think you’re great but don’t proteins get created by an animal from raw materials? So the protein in beef, least part of it, would be uniquely made by the cow, no?

  • Gorillas usually eat insects to get their Proteins. Besides many monkeys eats smaller animals or other monkeys sometimes in a month.

  • I am an avid meal prepper, but the thing I do not understand is if you mix things all together, how do you know exactly how much C-F-P you’re getting per dish? What is you have more plans or temp in 1 dish than the next one? Right now, I basically measure everything individually and add it to my container. If I could grasp the knowledge of cooking it all together then distributing it per dish, that would be great. Why cant I understand this logic?! ����‍♀️ HELP!

  • Sugar in everything XD

    Also if you go for vegan recipes, you should try and cut out advocado, they require so much water that from what I have read they can dry up areas because the demand is so high. Farmers don’t have a choice to let everything rest.
    Kind of like the beef of vegan diet

  • I liked and subscribed to your channel today. Your recipes are healthy and they look absolutely delicious. Here’s to a healthier me in 2020.��������������

  • Looking for meals with 40-50 grams of protein… 25 too low. Eating more wont work. The macros are out of proportion… too many carbs… not enough protein.

  • These are not high protein meals. What of it that you have, let’s say, 30g protein in a meal if it’s caloric value is 700kcal. Imagine how many calories you’d have to eat in order to satisfy your protein need, which is usually around 150g for a grown man.

  • Really interesting video. I’m going to have another go at being a vegan soon and this video has made me feel like it’s really doable.

  • 1st meal and Im allready out on it. I watched The game changers, and I wanted meaby to give it a try and then I stumbled across these meal prep and meal recipies to check if i can fit the macros that my trainer wrote to me for my weight loss + muscle keep during a light CUT phase.
    1st meal…. 80g CARBS?!?!?
    My trainer wrote me 60g carbs morning and 20g evening last meal when training is at afternoon, but only 60g afternoon if workout was in the morning (with 30g cleancarbs in shake after workout)

    How do I fit the macros written there if ONLY 1 MEAL overshoots the ONLY macro I must not eat xD

    Is there a vegan high protein no carb thing? couse if I eat any carb realted food I get 2 kg´s in 1 day

  • http://mechanicalplantmerch.storenvy.com/products/30703996-vegan-tee VEGAN T-SHIRTS!! SOME EVEN HAVE BOLD MESSAGES!!! SUPPORT THE CAUSEEE!!!!!!

  • Bro, I’m sorry but U look too older than you really are. I checked some of your videos and 2 years ago u used to took too younger. Maybe it is your diet…

  • They look really tasty! But they’re too high in cals for such low protein content, makes me realise how cutting while avoiding muscle loss on a vegan diet without supplements seems kinda difficult

  • Does Custokebon Secrets really help to lost crazy amounts of weight? I have read a lot of good stuff about this popular lose weight methods.

  • You should try Luna bars I eat them on a vegan diet but only some are vegan so check the nutrients they are full of protein and calcium so delicious!!

  • I haven’t converted to veganism yet but removing meat and processed foods from my diet has really been good for my health. I guess you can say I’m a vegetarian. I lost my belly and about 30lbs. Lowered cholesterol to normal levels, normal blood pressure, etc.

    It’s just a little expensive to eat healthy but it’s worth it. Whole Food, Amazon Trader Joe’s and Juhub are great options to find good deals but I prefer http://www.juhub.com though. I discovered a lot of unknown but good brands there. Seriously, eat healthy while young. Don’t dealt with the drama that come when you’re older.

  • Fair play for trying. But these products are full of chemicals that are not healthy for the human brain chemistry. You need to use fresh beans, fresh made salsa etc!! This isn’t healthy and it’s false advertising. People need to become aware about what’s really in your super market brought products. The FDA are not our friends…

    Great recipes though ❤️

  • To get rid of the burnt pan’s try to put dish detergent and baking soda on the pans then hot water on it, let it sit for an hour then it should eat up the residue

  • Hey thanks I’ve been vegan for two months now and never going back. Everything in the entire video was under 30 you said or right around? Or 30 per day of meals.?

  • How you’re as jacked as you are is beyond me? I’ve looked at all the macronutrients of these ingrediants, and there are way too many carbs and calories compared to protein, so it’s nowhere near a balanced diet, am I missing something obvious? Maybe it’s the food in England has drastically different nutritional values to the states? Idk, someone enlighten me please, I’m not vegan, so I have no idea when it comes to this…

  • Anyone know what is Custokebon Secrets about? I hear many individuals lost crazy amounts of weight with Custokebon Secrets (look on google search engine).

  • Honest question, not trying to sound like a douche, but what do those avocados look like after day 5? Ive never been able to make it last.

  • Hello and thank you for putting together this awesome, informational, helpful video! I really got a lot out of it, especially the tip about the avocado slices and just overall knowing that I can eat vegan without sacrificing protein since I think that we are going to be losing some of our meat sources in the near future due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Anyway, take good care and stay safe both of you! Antonio

  • Hey, I’m recently trying to go vegan. How much did all of this come out to for your grocery shop? I know some of the items like bbq sauce or broth you may have already had. Thanks!

  • I wish there would be youtubers, who would show vegan lean protein sources for eating 160 g protein below 2000 kcal/day. I was vegan for 1.5 year, but after starting fat loss/muscle building training I begin to eat high protein fish and diary, just to meet my kcal and macro goal. I am sick of fish and not feeling proud, but I also want to reach my goal:/

  • Okay its pretty harsh but it works amazingly….My partner heats up vinegar then pours in baking soda and it literally just dissolves the black stuck on the pan/pot. ����I’m bad about forgetting my food.

  • Anyone tried the Custokebon Secrets? I’ve heard some great things about it and my mate lost lots of weight with Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google).

  • Great video! Food looks good and simple. How do you calculate all and divide it out by per meal? That’s one struggle I have when counting macros when cooking like this. Thanks in advance

  • I’ve struggled with dieting.. I never tried vegan. I am glad I found your channel because I’m getting the idea of how it works! Thank you for posting this, I’m definitely going by the grocery store Friday to give this a go for a month to see where I am, and go further in the future with it! I’m trying to get into weight lifting regularly for my career as a firefighter so I want to be as healthy as I can be for my community and peers! Any tips for when on vacation for vegan meals? And is fish oil pills still okay or is it a no go?

  • So This is not everything you eat a day right? that was less than 2000kcal worth of food per day and about half the grams of protein, you would need with your size/weight. Unless you are a 45kg girl.:D So where do you get the rest of your protein and calories from? Due to those meals being low protein in my regards.

  • is there a way to get at least 150g of protein with three somewhat satisfying meals a day, while staying around 1500 (max 1700) calories. If I stay in those parameters in addition to my training routine (I have done it many times), I loose 2 pounds a week, while maintaining (or eaven increasing) muscle mass. I have never done it on a vegan diet, but I really want to try (for many reasons),…and I was wondering, if there is a way to do it for a longer period of time. It is also important for me, to have enough energy to make it through the day and the training. It was hard on my previous diet, but with a little bit of disciple perfectly manageable for me. thanks

  • Im personally not vegan, im moreso vegetarian but imma show this to my girlfriend whos is vegan and were gonna try this cause it spunds FIRE

  • I’m guessing in real life these would be two portion meals since they add up to 3823 calories which is a lot for most people. Even cut in half that’s 86g of protein which is pretty good.

  • I lived off of these last week and am hopefully going to make them slightly better my second week. Here is my review:
    First recipe (quinoa/pinto) -> amazing. So delicious, but definitely recommend a spicier salsa if you like spicy. I totally recommend adding this to a weekly meal prep and maybe try different beans like black beans.
    Second Recipe (soup) -> This failed for me big time the first week, and I’m not super interested in trying it again considering how long it takes me to blend everything with my little blender. Too long in the fridge, and somehow it got super gross and sour. Ended up not being good to eat and sadly had to throw it away. I could see onions and garlic making a big difference.
    Third recipe (Tempeh and mixed veg) -> I would recommend maybe a spicy BBQ sauce. My sauce was too sweet and got boring after a few days. Not awful, but not my favorite. Excited to try this again with way more tempeh (accidentally just grabbed a block 1/4 of the size).

    The fact that these are inexpensive and so simple is nice. Thanks for including the ingredients in the description, Brian. That helps a ton.

  • I’m probably in the same stressing situation towards my family, related so much 7:25…at least you put it out there, I tend to absorb my emotions and situation gets worse around them hehe

  • thats an overkill for someone with your size. 0.7-1g/lb body mass depending on body fat and training expierience is enough. the rest gets turned into glycogen. carbs are for winners.

  • No shame here, but it might be your diet. #ketogenic diets are typically not sustainable. From what it looks like your leaning towards being on keto.

  • I quit coffee and caffeine leading up to a major deadline at work (where success was uncertain). Doing the most overtime I’d done through the entire project (I worked 29 days out of the month) and the average work week was 60-70 hours. I was almost certain I wouldn’t be able to do it, but I pushed through because things started to change, and low and behold, my sleep improved, my energy levels improved, and my stress and anxiety left me entirely. Now I’ve almost been caffeine free for 3 weeks, and my energy levels are starting to come back above where they were even when I was drinking coffee. So maybe not what you wanted to hear (I also love coffee), but cut the coffee and I can guarantee you will feel better.

  • This was aweful. 90% of the video spent complaining. It’s fine to be upset or stressed but you’ve just spent your whole time convincing yourself that your life is stressful. Perspective my dear!

  • It would be great if you make multiple videos with high protein healthy vegan meals for a whole day. I prefer recipes over vlogs. It’s very hard to plan high protein vegan meals for the whole day that will help with building muscle. I personally struggle with this a lot. So, I definitely appreciate it whenever I find videos that help me plan to get the protein and nutrition I need throughout the day in order to build muscle on a vegan diet.

  • I’m not being rude man was down t try these recipes as my gf has wanted me to try vegan so we bought all these ingredients and cooked them all over the week and an honest review, the quinoa and soup meals were really bad, quinoa one had no flavor and you need to be specific on the nutritional yeast count on the soup recipe, other than that the tempeh was good and we’ll make again but man, the others sucked.

  • the worrying fact about this channel is that apparently she thinks she looks good. Body dismorphia? also there are moments in the video that she sounds like a drug addict would. Not saying she is, but sounds like something’s wrong.

  • Damn my vibes have been so similar, especially with my family and still being home. Australia amd America are expensive places to live, so combine that with life shit and it gets to us. We know better than to stress but when we are stuck in it ourselves we cant see a way out all the time.

  • Another airhead blonde too much makeup bimbo taking selfies of yourself half dressed in a mirror with a flat chest, fuck me you idiots are a dime a dozen

  • Why does it say you got 60g protein from oats. my cronometer says 10g per cup. Also, I see that you are getting most of proteins from tofu. i understand that tofu is genetically modified and it increases estrogen in women. Can I get 80g of protein per day without tofu?

  • Can you tell me how much of each you add please? Videos not helpful. I don’t need to know your personal details just the recipes and ingredients quantity etc

  • Just some word of encouragement to you lovely lady. Christie > her circumstances. You are such a powerful being!! You are in control. Your circumstances/environment do not control you. Much love to you my dear <3

  • Besides the quantity of proteins, one should consider their quality. There is a new app that can help you get high quality proteins starting from any vegetable, just by combining food:
    http://francesco086.github.io/aminoacidpool

  • I think I just fell in love with you Christie. Im drowning in your eyes as I write this. Gorgeous face, beautiful mind, and such a vibrant personality. Your blonde is literally the death of me!!! SO AMAZING

  • Why did you make this video… Your vibe is irritatingly sad, be grateful for everything you have… You sound like a spoil brat! This is a kak video

  • You are eating all this vegan foods but you sound sick and you don’t look very healthy especially your skin don’t know if you have skin problems but you should check if you need to eat fish.

  • It would be a waste for you not to lose body fat when other normal people are capable to shed extra pounds quickly by using Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google).

  • If you’re depressed you’re focusing on the past, if you’re anxious you’re focusing on the future, rather focus on the now for it wil make you at peace.

  • I’m just gonna have to force myself to eat more veggies. I barely like tomatoes and I don’t like avocado at all but I’ve heard it’s really good for you. Also I’ve never had quinoa

  • When respecting recent studies saying 1,6-2,2g Protein per kg. bodyweight is best for building muscles, these meals aren’t really “high protein”. Although they look deli:)

  • This video after eight minutes bring me so far down I had to stop watching! I could not hear the word stress come out of her mouth again!!

  • awe omg girl i feel you so much! my living situation is not ideal. living with my mom and sister causes me SO MUCH stress as well! this is the first video I’ve seen of yours and i subbed, you seem so sweet and kind. I hope thing are better now. I have 1 1/2 months until i get to move out! I 100% understand what you’re feeling and its soo soo hard! loved this video, helped me feel like im not totally alone in feeling that way

  • Laughably small amount of protein, probably okay for women but any man would be hungry especially if they get any physical activity.

  • 163g of protein is the amount a 80kg male who is working out needs. Eating too much protein can be a disadvantage for your body. But it’s great to show that you can consume big loads of protein as a vegan as well:)

  • Check your physiology, microbiology texts. The protein you dont use is converted to glucose, and is very taxing to your kidneys. I highly doubt that you need this quantity of protein, what research have you done to confirm these macros?

  • Raw cacao is a good source, if you can find it with reasonably low fat. The stuff I get is 42.6% carbs, 35.2% protein and 22.3% fat. Also nutritional yeast is great, although you probably wouldn’t use it in high enough quantities to be a major protein source, but it’s 19.9% carbs, 68.1% protein and 12% fat. Despite most of the foods I eat being regarded as good protein sources for vegetarians, I still end up using a lot of whey to hit my macros.

  • I really enjoy the clif builders bars, or just the regular clif bars as well; even though they don’t have as much protein, there is a lot more flavor options.

  • Optimum nutrition chocolate donut cake bits are delicious!! I like the blueberry muffin quest bar as well, I have A long list of my favorite protein bars, so many good ones!!

  • Pure Protein Chocolate Peanut Butter flavor is currently my go-to. From what I heard Quest changed their formula for protein bars and ever since then I’ve stopped liking them. Their newly improved chips are a different story though. I’m a texture eater so quest not having texture other than the clay feeling in your mouth…ugh…

  • I’ve had the edamame pasta from explore cuisine and you get more volume as well as more protein. Normal pasta doubles in weight after cooking, but the edamame triples in weight.

  • Nice video content! Forgive me for the intrusion, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you considered Chireetler Deepest Relaxation Rule (search on google)? It is an awesome exclusive guide for learning to grow muscle when you are naturally thin without the hard work. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my friend Sam finally got amazing results with it.

  • 2:24 that’s 0.4g of protein per lb, which is for normal people, but if you go to the gym you need at least 0.8g of protein per lb so… there’s your predicament

  • This song is illegally funkadelic. I need to groove my thang off.

    Oh yeah and the food looks er tasty.

    I’m a pescetarian but a lot of what I eat is vegetarian, and although I’m a good cook and know a fair amount about nutrition you can always do better.

    I tried your stir fry tofu and broccoli only threw in julienned carrots and skipped the sesame oil, threw in some paprika.

    Bloody hell it was good and made even tofu taste good. I struggle with tofu unless it’s smoked so some good ideas here to try. Can I recommend Dragonfly flavoured tofu btw it’s amazing.

  • VERY HELPFUL!! easy and to the point meals for people who dont know how to get protein without meat. This helped me alot since i want to stop eating meat.

  • Look at all those non vegans trying to trigger vegans.

    It’s pathetic how childish they are. And they says vegans are bad….

    BTW, Google Patrick Baboumian if you are going to make stupid protein comments.

  • This meat eaters taking a dig at vegans/vegetarians on EVERY video that contains vegan/vegetarian dish is, pure ridiculousness. I truly feel sorry for the people that have to share the same oxygen as these clowns.

  • It all looks good for occasional use, and I’m sure I’ll try some of them, but it still doesn’t add up to the 2-4 ounces of protein per meal needed for optimal health, muscle building, and weight control. Some protein is better than none, of course, but most of these don’t give even half enough unless you overeat.

  • I tink it’s funny how people react to this. I am not vegan or a vegetarian, but this is a great video for people who don’t eat meat.

  • I think I’m at the ‘Angry’ stage of my vegan life lol. I see all of these non vegans bashing and disrespecting vegans and how they are “sooo annnoyyying!” And I’m just…ughhhhhhh. Like you realize that not every vegan is shoving veganism down your throats? But what angers me more is the fact that you find a person explaining to you the suffering and horrible deaths these animals that you look at as ‘food’ go through! THAT is whats ‘annnnooyyying!’. I bet you most of you can’t even watch 5 minutes of a video exposing animal agriculture yet you bash vegans for being disrespectful and over the top. How is caring for another living, breathing animal being disrespectful and over the top? Humanity needs fucking help really.

  • YASSS! tasty uploaded a vegetarian/ vegan video!! Finally a reason to watch tasty again.***

    Also, am I the only one who thinks these meals are really BIG? I dunno, but I could never finish any of these in one sitting XP. None the less, they look absolutely delicious!

  • Out of all of this I would make the sweet potato fries. I like sweet potato fries.
    Edit: I would probably make the loaded potato and chickpea taco as well.

  • Ok for the protein but these are all very high in calories. That pasta bowl is at least 700kcal, same for the oatmeal bowl. Healthy/plant-based doesn’t necessarily mean diet friendly ��

  • I’m loving all the things your showing now a days. It’s all so damn healthy. Takes my goal to stay fit a step further. This recipes inspire me a lot to eat more healthier foods. Thank you so much tasty��

  • Don’t take Tasty for gospel on what all vegan food is like, they’re just sharing their own interpretations of it. They’ve been doing it like a year. Some of their vegan recipes are good, some not as much, but it has nothing to do with the fact that it’s vegan, it’s about the ability of the chef that made it. I’ve been vegan 16 years so I know for a fact there’s more to it than just what Tasty’s capable of broadcasting to the world, but it’s still a good thing they’re doing. So if it looks gross, that’s on them, at least they tried. The peas and pasta don’t particularly look appetizing to me, that doesn’t mean it might not taste good. I’m sure meat tastes good, I’ve never had it, but morally I just have no urge to try it, I’m not interested in supporting it. Even though it tastes good, personally to me I think it looks gross. In a very gruesome way to describe it, (trigger warning) if you saw a dead human body mangled up and bloody with entrails pouring out and puss oozing out of its cloudy eyes, you’d think it’s gross right? Does it instead being a pig than a human make it any less gross? If not, you’re desensitized and you should see a therapist, but you should all probably find that gross. That’s how I see it, I think that’s much more gross than some peas on a plate of pasta.

  • Love this video!! It would be great if the next one could be like how to get a balanced diet being vegan. I’m already vegetarian, but would like to become vegan. But it would be really helpful to know how to make sure I’m still getting all the nutrients I need!

  • the real video should be “why the fuck would i ever wanna get protein without meat or dairy”……………………………………….. fuck that pal

  • These healthier choices/recipes Tasty has been putting up lately is so freaking awesome! It really gives people like me, who has always wanted to eat healthily but lack the ideas/motivation/resources blah blah you name it, a chance to see the different ideas, get inspired and creative. Gd work there!

  • High protein do not mean that these foods are better option than meat…all this stuff is have a lot of more calories than the meat…i mean…you can eat 100 grams of tuna that gives you 20 grams of protein and only have 130 calories….and let me said you that only 2 tbsp of peanut butter gives you 100 calories…so yeahh!! You have 7 grams of protein but you got 100 calories!

  • Hey! I have just discovered your channel and I am glad I clicked on that video! You are super sweet �� Also, it is great to get inspo on high protein meals yaaaay! Vegan gains!

  • Interesting video.Thankyou for the tips.I Never tried vegan food.it looks good and healthier.Im trying to eat better.I have to lower my sodium intake.any suggestions. god bless

  • Even Tasty is wise enough to not put vegan on the title, but like every video, there is always drama.
    It’s hilarious, how heated up the comments are in a FOOD CHANNEL. Find another cooking channel? The comments are filled with parents making the recipes for their families while in Tasty we have people arguing over food.

  • I’m sorry to say this, but you have to be a special kind of sinner to put ketchup on a sandwich. That is simply just evil LOL. These are some great recipes though and I’ve helped me a ton.

  • Yes!! Please do get a vegan tasty channel!!!! As a carnivore, videos like this are unsettling to me. I would NOT eat most of what was in this video! I need high protein LOW carbohydrates for my diet. Plus… I would never be able to eat enough of this food to get the protein I need.

  • inhales exhales Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo why do you need meat again? There’s a reason why fruit and veggies are here. They are here for us to eat and cook with and be creative.

  • Good ideas (although this is not a video that really made me want to make or eat of these) I just hope that this channel doesn’t change to solely catering to vegan/vegetarian meals

  • 0:16 THIS IS SOME BS!!! I JUST CAME FROM MRS SEBI ON SWAY IN THE MORNING AND SHE SAYS DO NOT EAT BROCCOLI ITS BAD FOR YOU BECAUSE IT CAN NOT BE FOUND IN THE JUNGLE, MEANING IT IS NOT A NATURAL VEGETABLE! BROCCOLI IS ACTUALLY A HYBRID THAT WAS BRED OVER CENTURIES BY HUMANS! EXPLAINS THE SULPHUR EGGY FARTS I HAD!!! NO WONDER!!!! IT IS NOT EVEN A LEGIT VEGETABLE!!!

  • Oh my. Mayo’s gone all woo woo…. Guess nowadays you need to double check whether your hospital actually advocates evidence based medicine….

  • A good quick summary of a lot of very useful information. A lot of people brought up on the classic western diet won’t relate to
    this excellent advice, until maybe, like me, you have a MI and then you realize that pills are part of the solurion but now diet and lifestyle changes have to be made to keep living a healthy life.