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The 10 Vegetarian foods she keeps in her kitchen to help her eat enough protein

Tofu: Versatile and protein-rich, tofu can be used in various dishes, from stir-fries to scrambles.

Lentils: Packed with protein and fiber, lentils are perfect for soups, stews, salads, and as a meat substitute in various recipes.

Chickpeas: Whether roasted for a snack, mashed into hummus, or added to salads and curries, chickpeas are a great protein source.

Quinoa: A complete protein, quinoa is a nutritious grain that can be used as a base for salads, bowls, and pilafs.

Beans: Black beans, kidney beans, and other varieties are excellent sources of protein and can be used in a wide range of dishes, like chili, tacos, and salads.

Greek Yogurt: High in protein and probiotics, Greek yogurt is a versatile ingredient for breakfast, snacks, and smoothies.

Cottage Cheese: With a good amount of protein per serving, cottage cheese is a nutritious addition to salads, snacks, and savory dishes.

Nuts and Seeds: Almonds, peanuts, chia seeds, and hemp seeds are all rich in protein and can be sprinkled on salads, yogurt, or eaten as snacks.

Eggs: An excellent source of protein, eggs can be prepared in numerous ways, including scrambled, boiled, or as omelets.

Seitan: Made from wheat gluten, seitan is a meat substitute with a chewy texture and high protein content, ideal for stir-fries, sandwiches, and stews. You


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