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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Vegan Protein Sources??-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Vegan Protein Sources??),it will help you,my kids.

okay, so i%26#039;m a vegan, and i know for a fact that i dont get enough protein in my diet. sometimes, i dont get ANY AT ALL. and thats not healthy. and i know it. i also have a few unwanted pounds around my waistline that i would like to shed before school starts again. so i was thinking about going on the South Beach Diet. that way i will be sure that i%26#039;m gettting enough protein, and i%26#039;ll also lose some weight.
what are some vegan sources of protein? like, specific foods please. dont just say %26quot;soy and nuts%26quot;. i know that. i need like certain foods. thanks in advance.
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This website shows charts of different vegan protein rich foods and shows serving sizings too:

http://www.vrg.org/nutrition/protein.htm

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Any at all? Do you not eat then, because that is near impossible.

Tempeh, seitan (wheat gluten), tofu, TVP (Textured vegetable protein), lentils, chickpeas, quinoa, spirulina, buckwheat, amaranth, broccoli, mushrooms, potatoes, beans, rice %26amp; beans, apples, banana, oranges, watermelon, seeds (hemp, flax, pumpkin, sesame, sunflower), peanut butter, soymilk, some premade meals (such as Amy%26#039;s, etc) %26amp; meat substitutes (such as Boca, Gardenburger, Tofurkey, Lightlife, Morningstar, Yves, etc) or the main sources of veg protein.
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Beans and rice or quinoa; hemp protein powder; raw almonds; all soy products; lentils

My meals are always very simple: beans and quinoa or brown rice or lentils and quinoa or brown rice as my %26quot;protein%26quot;, some greens, steamed vegetable or grilled vegetable like broccoli. I also eat fruit with my meals for the vitamins and fiber.
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Protein : Dried Bamboo Fungus, Mung Beans, Bean Sprout, Soy Bean Sprout, Winged beans (a vegetable), Red Bean, Red-Streaked Beans, Bean Curd Skin or Yuba, Arrowhead, Cabbage, banana, sweet potato, potatoes, fresh peas, baked beans, rice, bread, peanuts, tofu, tempeh, soymilk, almond milk, ...
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Any type of nuts, including peanut butter. Tofu, soy milk, legumes (chickpeas, lentils, split peas), veggie burgers, other mock meats.
And i doubt that on some days you never get any protein at all. Pretty much everything has some protein in it.
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I seriously doubt that you%26#039;ve gone a day without %26quot;ANY AT ALL%26quot;

Bread, pasta, cereal, rice, beans, peas, lentils, nuts and seeds are all great sources of protein.

http://www.veganhealth.org/articles/prot...
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Flax, Almonds (find unpasteurized ones, they now use a bad chemical for pasteurization, even on organic ones), Any kind of beans (don%26#039;t eat soybeans, over 80% are genetically engineered. SOY IS NOT HEALTHY!)
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It%26#039;s easy.

Beans, lentil, legumes, nuts, nut butters (like peanut butter), tofu, soy products like soy milk, fake meats (like Boca burgers), soy burgers.
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Sprouted seeds
Grains like quinoa, amaranth
Beans and legumes especially when eaten raw
Spirulina and chorella (blue-green algae), which are over 60 percent protein
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seeds, nuts, and things like that.
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The others above have all provided good sources of protein. One other source that is good is chick peas ( garbanzo beans ). This is especially good since it is packed with other healthful nutrients as well. But there is a trick in consuming this product. The skin of garbanzo beans tends to produce a lot of gas, and has therefore to be removed. This is quite easily done. Empty a can of these beans into a big colander and cover the beans with water. Now put your hands into the beans with fingers stretched out and mess the beans about by moving your hand rapidly to the left and right. The skins will separate very easily from the beans, and you can throw them away. The beans can then be prepared any way you like. Chick pea flour can be bought from Indian stores - it is called Besan flour. You can add this to soups etc. Garbanzo beans are so nutritious, that it is recommended that we eat some of them raw everyday. Ideally, one should eat a handful of these beans raw ( with skin removed ) every morning. But it takes some practice before you can achieve this. If you try to do it right away, you may not feel well. This is how to start. Buy a small quantity of these beans ( not canned ) from an Indian store. At night, place four of these beans into a glass of water, and cover the glass. In the morning, the beans would have swelled up. Remove the skins from them and pop them into your mouth and chew. After several days of doing this, Increase the amount of beans by a little. After about six months, you will be able to eat a handful without feeling lousy. This is a super duper food- the value of which has been long known in the East.


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