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    There is also Quorn, there are vegetarian and vegan versions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    I'm an omnivore, but I actually think seitan (made from wheat gluten) is really good.
    I love seitan and how chewy it is. I hope I never ever develop a gluten intolerance because gluten is honestly so good. The chewiness of bread or noodles or dumplings is honestly one of the best food textures in the world, I honestly think it outstrips crunchiness by far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julius_Van_Der_Beak View Post
    I'm an omnivore, but I actually think seitan (made from wheat gluten) is really good.
    I agree. I have been eating Benevolent Bacon which is seitan. I make it in a fry pan, exactly like bacon until it's crisp. Makes a good BLT as well. There are so many good products out there - people should try them out even if they have no plans to go vegan or vegetarian.
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    Seitan, oats, lentils, pretty much any beans and peas. Not sure about your country but food replacements like Huel is popular with vegetarians and vegans.
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    Mushrooms are a decent source of protein, not enough to fully replace meat as a 1 -1 but a lot more than many other vegetables.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bechimo View Post
    Mushrooms are a decent source of protein, not enough to fully replace meat as a 1 -1 but a lot more than many other vegetables.
    They are also delicious and a surprisingly great source of many important vitamins.
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    i love adding hemp protein powder or seeds to smoothies and salads.

    beans are also a great source of protein as is the famous quinoa.

    I see that you said you're vegetarian - I am not sure if you allow eggs but they are a great and easy way of having protein as well.

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    How about fats? I am struggling with this shift to deal with fat cravings. Avocados and hummus get boring after awhile

    considering giving up because it's so hard and i can't eat dairy (i could probably handle hard cheese, but i don't want to risk it while i'm at college)

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