GET COMPLETE PROTEIN EVEN WHEN DITCHING MEAT!
Protein plays an important role in every cell in the body. Your hair and nails are mostly made of protein. Your body, as a whole, uses protein to build and repair tissues. You use protein to make enzymes, hormones, and other body chemicals as well. Protein is a significant building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. Like fat and carbohydrates, protein is a "macronutrient," meaning that the body needs comparably generous amounts of it.
Need to maintain protein in your body but was committed to staying Vegan? Good news, you can still get protein while kicking out meat from your diet.
You might be wondering where do cows and elephants get their protein. Well, they get it from plants!
Lentil, for instance, is an exceptional plant with high protein content.
What is lentil? Lentil is a pulse. It includes dried beans, lentils, and peas. Widely known pulses include varieties of dried beans, kidney beans, lima beans, butter beans and broad beans. Others are Chickpeas, cowpeas, as well as black-eyed peas and all varieties of lentils. Lentils, along with a wide variety of plant foods such as legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains, when eaten on a regular basis will allow for you to get the complete protein you need. Plus, it’s super easy to find, store, cook and is undeniably inexpensive.
You can try our best lentil recipes that can be cooked in no time with your VitaClay expert cooker.
EGYPTIAN RED LENTIL SOUP
CLAY SLOW COOKED SPICY LENTIL SOUP
SLOW COOKED MOROCCAN LENTIL SOUP RECIPE
SLOW COOKER: LENTIL AND QUINOA TACOS!
SLOW COOKER: MIDDLE EASTERN STYLE LENTIL STEW
SWEET POTATO LENTILS WITH CHARD: COOKED TO PERFECTION IN CLAY
MEATLESS MONDAYS WITH VITACLAY! LENTIL AND QUINOA STEW RECIPE
AMAZING CURRY LENTILS: BEST TEXTURE, TASTE, AND NUTRIENTS COOKED IN CLAY!
VITACLAY DOES MEATLESS MONDAY! LENTIL SOUP WITH GOAT CHEESE TOAST
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