I am looking for sources of vegan protein. For example, "Apples" are strictly a carbohydrate. What are some vegan protein. Strictly proteins. Do you know what I found? As a vegan, you will not die of protein deprivation. All food groups have members that contain measurable amounts of protein: Cereals, legumes, fruits and vegetables. "Strictly protein?" Unlike meat, all vegan protein sources also contain carbohydrates. GRAINS, including soy products, are the best way for vegans to get the protein. * All protein is a cup of food. * The tempeh (soybean). . 41g of tofu (soybean). . . . . 22g lenses. . . . . . . . Black beans 18g. . . 15 g of chickpeas. . . . . 12g Nuts / Seeds Two other popular sources are nuts and seeds. Peanuts. . . . . . . 40g almonds. . . . . . Even 20g GRAINS Grains contain proteins. Quinoa is particularly noteworthy. Quinoa, cooked, 8g cup sweet corn. . . . 5g VEGETABLES / FRUITS artichoke. . . . . . 4g asparagus. . . . . Brussels sprouts 4g. 4g broccoli. . . . . . . 3g cauliflower. . . . . 2g watercress. . . . 1g dried fruit. . . . . USDA to 4g PROTEIN RECOMMENDATION At minimum, you'll need about 36/100 of your body weight (pounds) of protein (grams) per day. Set this to your needs. EDIT: Are you for some reason on a low carb, high protein? What you seem to be looking for is vegan protein powder. I've seen reviews of this stuff: It contains 1 g of carbohydrates, 17 proteins. Be aware though: Excess protein is converted into fat ().
Giacomo Marchese talks about his organization and what they do at the 2012 Atlanta Veg Fest.