8.1 g of protein for every glass (185 g) of cooked quinoa
Quinoa (as found in the picture above) is the seed of a verdant plant that is identified with spinach. It is wealthy in fiber, vitamins and minerals, yet the best part is that it is both high in protein and an entire protein source. Quinoa is promptly accessible at most markets and supermarkets, yet in the event that you can’t discover it, see on the web. To plan quinoa you first need to flush it well under running water to dispose of the intense external shell, after which it can be cooked in water for 10 – 15 minutes, until the point that it is decent and cushioned. Amaranth and buckwheat are two other comparative vegetarian contrasting options to quinoa, and both are high in protein.