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Ebook: Get Enough Protein in Your Veg or Vegan Diet

50% off thru 9.24.15 with coupon code PROTEIN

Ebook: How to Get Enough Protein in Your Vegetarian or Vegan Diet

Savvy Vegetarian's Protein Ebook Tells All:

What is protein? The importance of protein. Plant protein sources. Complete protein. Daily protein requirements.

Everything you need to know about protein for your vegetarian or vegan diet.

The Savvy Veg article 'How to Get Enough Protein in Your Veg Diet' is our 9th most visited page (out of about 1000) - just behind the home page, top tofu and quinoa recipes, and the slow cooker recipe index page.

In fact, three of Savvy Vegetarian's five top articles are about plant based protein.

We thought that such an important topic deserved its own ebook!

We pulled together all of our protein articles, advice and blog posts and organized them into a complete protein reference for our visitors to download, rather than spending a lot of time searching the website for protein info.

I started off thinking this would be an easy book to write, because we already had so much veg protein material - at least one ebook worth!

Yes - and then we made it into a coherent whole, with charts, documentation, quotes and references, plus relevant recipes and beautiful photos.

Nine months later, we had an ebook - 78 pages packed with everything you need to know about plant based protein for vegetarian or vegan diets.

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Here are a few lines from the protein ebook intro:

  • The number one concern of new vegetarians and vegans is how to get enough protein.
  • The most common question that vegetarians and vegans are asked is, where do you get your protein?
  • The importance of protein is drilled into us daily from childhood. Most of us are raised to believe that we need to eat meat, fish, fowl, dairy and eggs every day to get enough protein.
  • We tend to regard protein as the most important nutrient by far, and eat more than we need, just to make sure we're getting enough.
  • We're afraid that if we don't eat large quantities of protein, terrible dietary deficiencies will result. Vegetarians & vegans worry about that too.
  • Why do we think that protein is so important?

In our protein ebook, we answer that question and many more.

We answer many frequently asked protein questions, and talk about protein in the context of a nourishing plant based diet, with sample menus, links and recipes.

We show that protein is just one of many important nutrients we need in our diets.


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Table of Contents:

  • Introduction: The Myth of Protein
  • Chapter One: What is Protein?
  • Recipe: Red Lentil Kidney Bean Stew
  • Chapter Two: Where's the Protein
  • Recipe: Lentil Quinoa Veggie Casserole
  • Chapter Three: Animal Protein VS Plant Protein
  • Recipe: Black Bean Quesadillas
  • Chapter Four: How Much Protein Do You Really Need?
  • Recipe: Pasta Tofu and Veggies
  • Chapter Five: Protein and Breakfast
  • Recipe: Breakfast Cookies
  • Chapter 6: Getting Protein into Your Daily Diet
  • Recipe: Zoe's Vegetarian Chili
  • Chapter 7: Do Athletes Need More Protein?
  • Recipe: Thai Kale Tempeh Curry
  • Chapter 8: Vegetarian | Vegan Children and Protein
  • Recipe: Burritos
  • Conclusion: Beyond Protein
  • About the Author
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