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I've been on a vegetarian diet a year now, and I've accidentally brought it so far that I'm becoming full vegan (environmental and ethical reasons), so I've been studying more and more all the time.

Getting enough protein was bit of a problem to me because normally I don't eat much food and I get real bored eating similar styled foods too often. Plus on cultural reasons tofu, lenses and beans were not part of my normal diet before I began with this diet, it takes time to adapt. I eat very small meals, several times a day and doing lots of sports, I was bit of worried how to get enough protein.

Normally I eat rye, peas, tofu, beans, broccoli, seeds, nuts and lenses, and just now added hemp seeds (protein 30g per 100g) to the list. I also got protein powder (protein 50g per 100g) made from hemp seeds, so I can easily add up protein source to meals that doesn't normally have sufficient amount of protein for my daily needs.
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