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Are you concerned about food shortage? Introducing 7 high-protein that will not only combat food shortage but also boost your nutrition.

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Let's dive into the details! First up, we have dried . With an impressive 27.1 grams of protein per 100 grams, this superfood packs a powerful punch. Add it to your smoothies, soups, or even sprinkle it on your salad for an extra protein boost.

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Next on the list are pigeon peas. Dried, they contain 21.7 grams of protein per 100 grams, while the green raw peas offer 7.2 grams. These versatile legumes can be added to stews, curries, or cooked up as a standalone dish

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Now, let's talk about fresh with 6.7 grams of protein per 100 grams. They may not be as concentrated as the dried version, but they still pack a nutritious punch. Why not try them in a tasty stir-fry?

Moving on to Katuk, a lesser-known leafy green, which contains 6.4 grams of protein per 100 grams. Don't overlook this powerhouse ingredient. It's perfect for salads, sautés, or even as a pesto base.

leaves are next, offering 5.7 grams of protein per 100 grams. These leaves are commonly used in Latin American cuisines and can be incorporated into soups or cooked as a side dish.

Now, let's look at two varieties of tropical spinach – Longevity Spinach and . Both contain 4.5 grams of protein per 100 grams. These leafy greens are packed with vitamins and minerals, making them an excellent addition to any meal.

So, there you have it – 7 high-protein plants to combat food shortage and boost your nutrition. Try incorporating these superfoods into your diet and let us know how they make you feel!

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Food Forest Plant Protein:

Dried contains 27.1g protein / 100g
Dried Pigeon peas contain 21.7 g / 100g
Green raw Pigeon peas contain 7.2g protein / 100g
Fresh contain 6.7g / 100g
Fresh Katuk leaves contain 6.4g protein / 100g
leaves contain 5.7g protein / 100g
Longevity Spinach contains 4.5g protein / 100g
contains 4.5g protein / 100g

For Comparison:

100g of steak contains 22g of protein
100g of Spinach contains 3.2g of protein
100g of eggs contains 12g of protein

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0:52 100g Comparison
1:53 Moringa
2:25 Katuk
3:25 Longevity Spinach
4:18 Comparison Chart


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