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FOODS that replace the PROTEIN in MEAT

 
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I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
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I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
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Chia seeds - I use them in my fruit and/or vegetable smoothies and sometime add them to a veggie dish.
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Re: FOODS that replace the PROTEIN in MEAT
This is a pancake mix from food.com that looks to be full of protein but doesn't 'blow my skirt up'.


1/2 cup oatmeal
1/2 cup cottage cheese
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoons milk
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
4 egg whites


Directions:

1. Blend all ingredients in blender.

2. Spray skillet with olive oil or cooking spray and cook like the usual pancakes.

3. Top with your favorite pancake topping and enjoy!
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[link to www.healthaliciousness.com]

[link to summertomato.com]

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Beans and rice, rice and beans.
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Re: FOODS that replace the PROTEIN in MEAT
I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Chia seeds - I use them in my fruit and/or vegetable smoothies and sometime add them to a veggie dish.
 Quoting: DizzieMissLizzie


Chia seeds, hemp seeds, quinoa is another good one
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Re: FOODS that replace the PROTEIN in MEAT
I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


The definition of vegan is that you are strict.

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Thesaurus Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Noun 1. vegan - a strict vegetarianvegan - a strict vegetarian; someone who eats no animal or dairy products at all
vegetarian - eater of fruits and grains and nuts; someone who eats no meat or fish or (often) any animal products
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nuts and derivatives. but they are more expensive than beans. I wait until they put them on clearance. If they have the best flavor you can use them in cooking. Stir fry or add them to ramen soup.

Not so much for protein, but avocados have the rich fat that is part of the meat experience. again wait till they are clearing them for under a dollar and eat it right away. What I mean by rich fat is that you can taste it and digest it and enjoy the process, as opposed to the fat in processed food that you dont really taste but are incurring the calories anyway. eat 'em with beans.

Eggs. they are one of the most perfect sources. almost every critter in the world loves eggs. communities of people would move to cold desolate islands and essentially live off the eggs of seabirds. they would climb cliffs, trees etc to harvest the primary food when there was no fish or they could not fish because of the weather.
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Nuts

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Tofu
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I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Beans don't have complete protein chains...rice completes the protein chain, it's very difficult to replace meat.
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Re: FOODS that replace the PROTEIN in MEAT
I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Well, the problem isn't protein per se, but the B12. It's produced by bacteria and no plants make it. It can be found in earth, but it comes from the animals that deposit it there. some say it can be found in ocean plants but again, it comes from the marine life that live in the ocean.

There are supplements. If you're vegan and you don't replenish your B12, you'll become very ill over time and will experience psychological issues not to mention the other physical health problems associated with B12 depletion/deficiency.

Explains why the global EL-ites want humans to stop eating meat altogether. They KNOW doing so will reduce our life span.
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There is protein in plants, too.
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You can eat Nutritional Yeast for the B12. Yummy cheezy flavor and great on just about anything.
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lentils
tofu
nuts

All good staples with protein.
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Spirulina has like 60% protein.
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Coconuts are super food and all parts are great for health.
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You can eat Nutritional Yeast for the B12. Yummy cheezy flavor and great on just about anything.
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A lot of people suggest so-called nutritional yeast because that's what they've been told or read, but so-called nutritional yeast isn't something that can be found in an abundance in nature. "Nutritional yeast" is sold in stores, but it's cultured via a manufacturing process.

Better suggestions for sources of B12 would be sources that can be readily found in nature, and that source is animals.

You won't find "nutritional yeast" in nature, readily available for all, as it's sold in stores. Companies manufacture "nutritional yeast" in large portions and then KILL the bacteria (flora), otherwise you'll end up with a yeast overgrowth problem in your body which presents yet another health problem.
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Re: FOODS that replace the PROTEIN in MEAT
I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


The definition of vegan is that you are strict.

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Thesaurus Legend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Noun 1. vegan - a strict vegetarianvegan - a strict vegetarian; someone who eats no animal or dairy products at all
vegetarian - eater of fruits and grains and nuts; someone who eats no meat or fish or (often) any animal products
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Thanks for the information.

Do you have any contributions as far as protein? Thanks.
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Because I can't afford it.
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I made a pot of navy beans with carrots and potatoes two days ago. Then today I added leftover wild rice and broccoli and pure coconut oil and salt. Eating it now and it's yummo.
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Because I can't afford it.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Milk is a fantastic source of protein, at a gram per ounce of quality protein, it's cheap because of its density...there are 128 grams of protein in a gallon of milk for what, $3.50
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Because I can't afford it.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Getting meat without any "special additives" is costly today.

Might I suggest a simple solution. Eggs.

Eggs have an amazing amount of protein, and can be had (Even the organic, grass fed variety) at a fairly low price.

Ultimately, get a couple of hen birds, and then you have an investment that will pay you with awesome eggs, and you'll know where the eggs are coming from!
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Because I can't afford it.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Right , good meat " free range , no anti biotics or growth hormone , non gmo fed " is dumb expensive
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The bean / rice suggestions are retarded beyond words. Understandable considering who's giving them.


Nuts and seeds.
Look into it. Good mentions already - Chia, Hemp.. im a fan of pumpkin seeds (really nice creamy/nutty taste) and walnuts.

Nothing needs to die for you. No animal wants to die for you.

Your body/mind doesn't want decomposing animal carcass and all the shit it is treated with as a pathetic excuse for 'food'.
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Because I can't afford it.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


You can buy meats from Whole Foods by the pound. My mom buys her meats that way. She doesn't eat a lot of meat, but when she does, it's lean. She spends maybe $15-$20 a week, if that much, on her meats from Whole Foods, and she gets a LOT for that little bit of money. She usually visits the store once a week, but sometimes she skips a week.

She buys it from the fresh meats dept., where their butcher works (usually towards the rear of the store).
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chia is pricey. rice is not protein. quinoa is somewhat okay, but chicken is cheaper at $1.00+ a pound and has more protein. beans are about $1.00+ a pound.
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The bean / rice suggestions are retarded beyond words. Understandable considering who's giving them.


Nuts and seeds.
Look into it. Good mentions already - Chia, Hemp.. im a fan of pumpkin seeds (really nice creamy/nutty taste) and walnuts.

Nothing needs to die for you. No animal wants to die for you.

Your body/mind doesn't want decomposing animal carcass and all the shit it is treated with as a pathetic excuse for 'food'.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47926467


Animals don't think about death, they are on autopilot, eat, shit, fuck, repeat...they don't know they are food and don't care, stop giving then human characteristics.
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What is the big issue with eating animals? God gave us wonderful variety to enjoy and be healthy, so why would you refuse to enjoy his generous gifts?
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Because I can't afford it.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Right , good meat " free range , no anti biotics or growth hormone , non gmo fed " is dumb expensive
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Free range is the best. I eat free range chickens and they taste very different (much better--even smell better) from mass-produced.
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I believe that most beans are full of protein. I was wondering if some other people have ideas for meat replacement since it's hard to get good meat and be able to afford it too. I don't know of anything besides the beans.

Being mostly vegan, but not very strict about it, I think it's good to be thinking about ways to become and remain strong without eating meat. Food is sooo expensive and I would like to use any money on other necessities.

Thanks for any input.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


Spirulina... that stuff works
"a foundation built on lies is always bound to crumble and those who aren't humble shall tumble to the earth"
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you need fatty acids as well, so nuts are important for lipid function
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