7 Surprising Sources Of Protein That Are Meat Free

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Making sure we get enough protein, is extremely important and getting the right protein is actually more important. Most people think they need meat to get their protein, but vegetarians don’t eat meat so how do they get protein? Check out the list of foods that can help you  get protein even without eating meat.

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14 Responses to “7 Surprising Sources Of Protein That Are Meat Free”

  1. Geoffrey Harris

    Oct 12. 2015

    Ok. Peas, broccoli, brussel sprouts, potatoes, and corn all have a lot of vegetable protein in them.

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  2. Soni Jaan

    Oct 13. 2015

    Hameed Zori

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  3. Veronica L. Vela

    Feb 20. 2016

    Largest animals in the world do not eat meat..

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  4. Made pea soup yesterday,yummy!!

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  5. Crystal Brinkley

    Feb 21. 2016

    J Dot Hodge

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  6. J Dot Hodge

    Feb 21. 2016

    You are the bomb! I hate avocados though.

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  7. Crystal Brinkley

    Feb 21. 2016

    Really. Maybe you haven’t had them prepared properly yet.

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  8. Crystal Brinkley

    Feb 21. 2016

    Thank you. Looking out for good health!

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  9. Natural Healing Zone

    Oct 03. 2016

    More info on natural healing ok? who agrees?

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  10. TCM Healing Secrets

    Oct 03. 2016

    yep:D

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  11. TCM Healing Secrets

    Oct 03. 2016

    Important Info !

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  12. Marcelo Garcia

    Oct 03. 2016

    everything on this list gives me flatulence.

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  13. Robin Turtle

    Oct 03. 2016

    Mike Eliot

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  14. Oil Supplements

    Dec 06. 2017

    Unbelievable :p

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