10 Vegetarian Protein Sources

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Cashew Cream

Creamy and versatile, cashew cream is a dairy-free alternative perfect for sauces, dips, and desserts, offering richness without the dairy.

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Tofu Scramble

A protein-packed alternative to scrambled eggs, tofu scramble is seasoned with spices and veggies for a satisfying breakfast option.

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Quinoa

Nutrient-dense and gluten-free, quinoa is a versatile grain substitute rich in protein, fiber, and essential minerals, perfect for salads, bowls, and pilafs.

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Chickpea Flour

Also known as besan or gram flour, chickpea flour is a gluten-free option for baking, binding, and thickening recipes, adding a nutty flavor and texture.

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Coconut Milk

Creamy and dairy-free, coconut milk is a staple ingredient in many plant-based recipes, from curries and soups to desserts and smoothies.

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Nutritional Yeast

A vegan pantry essential, nutritional yeast adds a cheesy flavor to dishes without dairy, making it perfect for sprinkling on popcorn or enhancing sauces.

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Flaxseed

Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, flaxseed is a versatile egg substitute in baking and a nutritious addition to smoothies, oatmeal, and baked goods.

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Jackfruit

With its meaty texture and neutral flavor, jackfruit is a popular meat substitute in vegan cooking, used in tacos, sandwiches, stir-fries, and barbecue dishes.

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Aquafaba

The liquid from canned chickpeas, aquafaba is a magical egg replacement used in vegan baking to create light and fluffy meringues, cakes, and pancakes.