Spirulina is protein king and blue-green algae. Its 70% protein content is high. This means it has more protein than dairy and meat.
Seeds and kernels
Hemp, pumpkin, sesame, and chia seeds have 20–30g protein per 100g. For crunch, make your own seeds/kernels mix and sprinkle it on coconut yoghurt or salad.
It is protein-rich, delicious, and healthful. Peanut butter has 25g protein per 100g. The majority of peanut butter is vegan.
Vegans know nutritional yeast flakes. It looks like dry sawdust, yet this yeast tastes like cheese and can replace grated cheese.
Beans and Legumes
Choose beans and legumes sensibly as substitutes. Soy beans, kidney beans, split peas, mung beans, lentils, and chickpeas excel in protein with 20–25 g per 100 g.
Protein-rich oatmeal is great for breakfast or post-workout. It has 13 grams of protein per 100 grams and mixes well with other vegan proteins.
Tofu and tempeh
Both meat replacements have 12g of protein per 100g and are versatile. They can be used in stir-fries, curries, salads, or loosely fried with veggies and rice.
Fresh (green) veggies have less protein than the other selections, but they should be part of your meal. T
Vegan protein powder
Try one of the many vegan protein smoothies available today if you need an extra boost.