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People across the globe are turning to plants for sustenance. We hear the words vegan diet and plant-based diet, but what exactly IS a vegan diet? And what do vegans eat? If you’ve been thinking about eating more whole veggies and plant-based sources of protein, even perhaps becoming a vegan, read on.
I made a discovery a few months ago that would transform my meals forever: I found a super yummy ancient grain called Kamut khorasan wheat… it’s an ancient grain with tons of protein and a delicious nutty taste!
Originally cultivated thousands of years ago in Egypt, I found Kamut at my local store while I was searching for new grains to supplement my veggie plates.
Did you know that all plants contain protein? Some plants, like peas, are very protein rich with 7 grams of protein in a 3.5 oz serving! By combining several veggies together, you can actually create a protein-rich meal. We’ve put together a chart to show the protein and fat content of many common vegetables. Thanks Mother Earth for all these yummy veggies!
When my friends first learned that I was eating 100% vegan meals, their first question was, “How do you get enough protein?” So, in response to their genuine concern for my well-being, and for all of us whose families want to make sure that we are eating in a healthy way, I decided to write this article. Many people know about nuts and beans, hummus and tofu, but there are so many more choices and sources available.