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Tofu & Tempeh Tofu is probably the first food that comes to mind when thinking of vegetarian meat substitutes, and for good reason! Tofu and tempeh are made from soybeans, and they’re incredible sources of protein. Tempeh contains 15 grams. 7 Great Meat-Free Protein Sources. by Paul Scrivens.

When some of you are eating, there may come a time where you don’t desire any meat. That’s perfectly okay. Sometimes you just aren’t in the mood for it. you can always add a little more protein to help your body out.

Categories Nutrition Post navigation. Some standouts in the vegetable world include, Kale, which has between 4 to 6 grams of protein per serving. Sprouts contain between 1 to 2 grams of protein per serving as do beets, broccoli and squash. Vegetables with the most protein include broccoli, spinach, asparagus, artichokes, potatoes, sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts. They contain about 4–5 grams of protein per cooked cup (.

Kale has been making waves in health food circles and is a fitting example of how powerful a vegetable can be. It contains enough protein to rank on our countdown, but kale alone is not enough to make up for not having meat. When combined with other high-protein meat-free sources you’ll have no trouble meeting your needs.

Discover the best plant-based sources of protein to boost your intake as a vegan, including pulses, tofu, quinoa, nuts and seeds, grains and vegetables. Why do we need protein? Protein is an essential part of our nutrition, making up about 17% of the body’s weight and it is the main component of our muscles, skin, internal organs, especially.

7 High-Protein Vegetarian Soups That Even Meat Lovers Will Crave but not out! 1. Lentil Soup This vegan and gluten-free stew is nothing short of uber-satisfying. It’s packed with protein.

Tempeh is good for more than just stir-fries. When sliced into strips and baked, it makes a tasty, high-protein sandwich filling. This recipe from Sophie of The Green Life uses balsamicand soy.

If you are a vegetarian or vegan looking for ways to get a high-protein breakfast, the real key is adding lean protein. You want plenty of protein without plenty of fat. For example, peanut butter (or almond butter or soy nut butter) on whole-grain toast has plenty of protein, but if you eat too much peanut butter, you’re going to be adding lots of fat to your diet.

Just one cup of lentils packs a whopping 18 grams of protein!However, tofu and quinoa are still good sources, both clocking in at 9 grams per serving.If you’re newly vegetarian or vegan, check out these meat-free protein sources for more ideas to satisfy your protein needs and your taste buds! It’s also important to note that both herbivores and omnivores often overestimate proper protein needs.

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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
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Vegetarians should consume plenty of soy products, which also contain an ideal amino acid profile and high protein content Beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, and grains supply protein in smaller amounts and with low levels of one or two amino acids.

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Because of this widespread concept, many concerned vegetarians use protein supplements, eggs and dairy, or extra amounts of legumes, brewer’s yeast, miso soy paste, seeds, and nuts combined with quantities of grain to ensure abundant and “complete” protein nutrition.

“Healing with Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition” by Paul Pitchford
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North Atlantic Books, 2002

Complete-protein foods include meat, fish, eggs, dairy products and a few vegetable proteins such as quinoa and avocado, as well as nuts and seeds.

“Soul-full Eating: A (delicious!) Path to Higher Consciousness” by Maureen Whitehouse
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The proteins of SOYBEANS, dried BEANS, AMARANTH, and QUINOA contain relatively large amounts of all essential amino acids and are of higher quality than other plant protein sources.

“The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health” by Robert A. Ronzio
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Good sources of protein for vegetarians include nuts and seeds (sesame and sunflower), pulses, soya products (tofu, soya milk, etc.) and wheat germ.

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All foods made from meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts, and seeds are considered “protein foods”—as you will learn, meat itself (including beef, pork, or chicken) doesn’t need to be at the center of the plate to keep you healthy!

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Some patients may tolerate a higher protein level supplied from vegetable sources, starch, and dairy products; limit protein from meat sources to 20 to 40 g/day.

“Nutrition and Diet Therapy Reference Dictionary” by Rosalinda T. Lagua, Virginia S. Claudio
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Plant sources of protein include pulses (e.g. lentils, peas and beans), nuts, and ‘novel’ or synthesised protein such as tofu (soya bean curd) and quorn (myco-protein).

“Gce Health and Social Care for OCR, as Double Award.” by Moonie
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Beans, seeds, nuts, nut butters, and soy products (edamame, tofu, tempeh, textured vegetable protein, soyburgers) are good sources; for lacto-ovo vegetarians, eggs and dairy foods are, too.

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  • It doesn’t matter if it’s healthy or not People eat burgers and they ain’t healthy but they don’t care?

    Also I tried one of the impossible burgers and it taste so much like a burger is delicious

  • If you want to be vegan I definitely recommend it but meat lovers will definitely taste a huge difference so stick to your red meat��

  • The amount of proteins, fat and nutrients an Impossibly patty contains is slightly less then an actual burger and when eating an Impossible burger the tons of water and space you will be saving is dozens

  • Now this is The Future. No more slaughtering innocent animals. Just advanced technology of Digital Visual Creations. Great work Scientist

  • Something irks me about how that doctor really tiptoed around that question. Not that I really care, but I do see the benefits to the environment, it just surprises me that we went from protesting all meet being made in a factory, to fully adopting it. However, I will remain open minded to the idea till I have reason to believe it isn’t as good as it sounds.

  • Hi, I embarked on this keto plan 2 days ago, and somewhere along the way, I was told to keep the carbs to 20. One of those planners from memory. I am vegetarian (4 years) and 67, and for the past two days I have eaten well, keeping to the 20 carbs, but are falling well short of the 1475 calories, unable to get over 1000 and the protein also is a problem and afraid that in the long term might be a problem. I noticed you are recommending 35 carbs. My goal is to lose a fair amount of weight, and was happy to do the 20 carbs and was looking for the quick loss as I tend to lose interest. I just wondered what your thoughts are regarding the calories and protein numbers, and any suggestions you may have. Kindest Regards.

  • Wow….I’m trying vegan lifestyle for the second time. First time was a fail I had no clue how to replace the meat in my life. I needed this video. Wow helped me tons. Thanks

  • Meat was never meant for everyone, only for those who could afford the costly and difficult process. Nowadays everyone wants everything at a low price, forcing the industry to meet the demand. Cheap salmon, fake caviar, unnatural amounts of avocados, cheap wine, etc. These are all products that are getting worse in quality and also by destroying the environment, as well as cutting margins for small producers while making huge companies take over. „Luxury“ products, as horrible as it might sound, is NOT for every day consumption and NOT for everyone, just the select few who can afford an environmentally healthy and humanitarian product. Even simpler socialists want everything for nothing, while capitalists fight to earn what’s good.

  • ooh yeah!! Jackfruit! that was the fruit flavor used for wrigley’s Juicy Fruit gum. i love Jackfruit…but not like durian sorry JSoh.:P

  • As Jim Gaffigan says, why do
    Vegetarians always crush vegetables up and shape & attempt to flavor them like burgers or bacon?
    https://youtu.be/RqFi0cZ4p1E

    Do Vegans secretly miss Meat?

    What if it had Bacon on it?
    It would have a better flavor profile obviously, and it would be 85% less meat than a Burger with Bacon on it. ������

  • I don’t eat beets, I don’t eat eggplants, I don’t eat mushrooms, I don’t eat tomatoes, I don’t even eat onions�� but I’m still tryna be vegetarian

  • I never eat meat because I hate it, and I’m underweight.
    This is the perfect video for me to find food that would be heathy to me as an underweight person although I know that I have to eat more calories to fix this problem

  • it’s not the content of proteins, it’s the body’s ability to absorb those nutrients. Meat protein is better absorbed by our bodies despite it may having low protein content than a few plant based.

  • Hi! I just discovered your channel! Very informative video! Thank you! I’m trying to become vegan by slowly cutting out meat and eggs. I already cut out all dairy and I’ve started to cook plant based recipes 4 months ago.

  • I would bet money that most any person would not be able to eat a beef burger after seeing the process in which they are made. The fact that this guy was hungry after touring the facility is one of the biggest differences between the two. Aligning your morals with your eating habits is becoming more and more common and a very welcome change in my opinion.

  • 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.

  • So happy animals will not get killed for taste.keep going on.Technology is advancing and we should also advance our ways and depart from animal killing ways to finding alternate and yet ethical ways for food.

  • “No meat lover loves the fact that it comes from an animal cadaver.” I’m gonna stop you right there. Because I do, I’m sure a lot of people do as well. It’s primal, but its still there.

  • 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.

  • 1. Greek Yogurt ( 1:15)
    2. Lentils ( 1:48)
    3. Edamame ( 2:16)
    4. Kidney Beans ( 2:44)
    5. Tofu ( 3:12)
    6. Chia Seeds ( 3:37)
    7. Quinoa ( 4:03)
    8. Soy Milk ( 4:36)
    9. Green Peas ( 4:52)
    10. Peanut Butter ( 5:24)

  • 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.

  • Thank you. Great video despite the silly unpleasant comments. If there were an easy way to get written directions would be very helpful but it looks delicious. I’ll make it when I write down the directions.

  • 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.

  • Great vid! The perfect information to boost my motivation to progressively reduce meat consumption. Thanks for sharing and all the best!! ������������

  • 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.

  • Should I be watching my calorie intake along side the carb intake? Also, if I’m doing this for weight loss should the intake be based on my size? Thanks!

  • I’m vegetarian joanna, But find it very difficult to know where to start making meals, At present im living off of Quarn vegetarian meat’s with mixed veg �� & great upload ��

  • Greek yogurt???What is that thing?? It’s Bulgarian yogurt because it’s actually found in Bulgaria first, and the Bacillus Bulgaricus which is only found in Bulgaria!

  • 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.

  • Im not here to be meat free or because its better for the environment. Im here becuase joe rogan had a podcast where they mentioned plant based fats. Id like to increase them not live soley off them.
    #LoveMeat #LoveGreens

  • 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

  • Burgers aren’t supposed to be healthy. I’m not a vegan, or even a vegetarian, but people chose that for many reasons. Ethics, Religion, Culture, Environment (animal agriculture is a HUGE factor in climate change)

  • 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!

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

  • I made this tonight and the family really liked it! I have a question though In the video you add the tomato paste earlier than the recipe calls for which should we do? Thanks!

  • 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