Vegan Protein Sources

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Vegan protein sources

There are a few questions I get asked every time someone finds out that I’m a vegan, and I’m sure many others would agree. The top question has always been, “Where do you get your protein from”?

I’ve finally had my fill and decided to make a graphic I can print off and carry with me!

Vegan Protein Sources Information

I used my favourite resource of all time – Google! And the nutritional information of items in my cupboard. I’m not saying this is a comprehensive list, but it’s pretty damn long already and I think covers lots of easy to find vegan protein sources, as well as a few superfoods too.

Vegan protein sources

High protein vegan recipe ideas

You don’t need to buy specialist vegan protein powders for most of these recipes – they only feature in the breakfast recipes. Every other high protein vegan recipe listed below uses simple whole foods such as those listed in the graphic above! My go-to vegan protein sources are things like split red lentils and chickpeas. We have a constant supply of those in the pantry at all times!

Protein-packed vegan breakfast ideas

Lentil-based vegan dinner ideas

Bean-based vegan dinner ideas

Vegan protein snacks

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4 thoughts on “Vegan Protein Sources

  1. It’s amazing how few people don’t realise the amount of protein there is in beans. Chickpeas are my favourite! Not a vegan but half the time at home I cook veggie/vegan because meat is so expensive! Going to take a look at those recipes you posted now! 🙂 x

  2. This is super useful to someone like myself who relies on large amounts of protein to support my active lifestyle – running, weightlifting etc – especially as I’m also constantly looking for ways to improve and refine my diet, for financial and ethical reasons.

    The only thing that would make this 110% super duper extra useful is a note about complete vs incomplete proteins and how to pair up the proteins you list to get ‘complete’ proteins. Or maybe that’s another infographic idea? 😀

    1. I think I could probably do one with information on the amino acid profiles of foods too, it’ll take me a while to put together though (:

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