So… Where do you get your protein?

29 Vegan Sources Of Protein

1 cup of oatmeal = 6 grams of protein

2 slices of whole wheat bread = 7 grams of protein

2 slices of sprouted grain bread = 10 grams of protein

1/2 cup of soybean sprouts = 5 grams of protein

1 cup of lentil sprouts = 7 grams of protein

1 cup of soybeans = 68 grams of protein

1 cup of brown rice = 5 grams of protein

1 cup of kidney beans = 13 grams of protein

1 cup of lentils = 18 grams of protein

1 cup of green peas = 8 grams of protein

2 tablespoons of almonds = 4 grams of protein

2 tablespoons of peanut butter = 8 grams of protein

1 tablespoon of pumpkin seeds = 2 grams of protein

1 tablespoon of flax seeds = 1.5 grams of protein

1 cup of broccoli = 4 grams of protein

1 cup of portabello mushrooms = 5 grams of protein

1 cup of spinach = 6 grams protein

1 cup of dates = 3.6 grams of protein

1 medium avocado = 4 grams of protein

1 cup of guava = 4.2 grams of protein

1 cup of tofu = 20 grams of protein

Veggie burger patty = 10 grams of protein

1 cup of cooked quinoa = 18 grams of protein

100 Grams Soya Yogurt = 16 grams of protein

100 Grams of Tempeh = 19 grams of protein

1 cup of couscous = 6 grams of protein

1 cup of sun dried tomatoes = 8 grams of protein

1 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder = 17 grams of protein (1 gram per tablespoon)

1 cup of Kale = 2.9 grams protein

 

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