7 Vegan Foods High In Protein That Make Meat Obsolete

3. Chia Seeds

This ancient seed has found many uses over the years. It has an amazing ability to absorb water and turn into a gel-like substance because of its fiber content. They are also good for their protein, of course, and their healthy fats, mainly omega-3’s. Two tablespoons of chia seeds contain 4 grams of protein. They add a great crunch to many different dishes.

4. Quinoa

Quinoa has become very popular over the last couple of years. It is a gluten-free grain that can be used as a carbohydrate and is loaded with proteins and fiber. A ½ cup of cooked quinoa contains 7-9 grams of protein. Quinoa has found a home on many dishes and is known to be a very versatile food.

5. Spirulina


Spirulina is very rich in proteins and is one of the only plant-based proteins that are mostly protein by dry weight. It looks great mixed with dishes and has a sweet and nutty taste, with hints of vanilla and chocolate. Two tablespoons of spirulina contain 8 grams of protein. It can be used for smoothies as well as many dessert recipes.

Next Page

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.