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    Adding Protein to Baked Goods

    Katzen
    Sun Jun 23, 2013 10:53 pm
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    Hi all wave.gif

    I'm working on increasing my protein intake (I tend to be a carb freak, so often don't get enough), and was wondering if anyone adds protein powder to their baked goods, or other things? I generally have a fruit/yogurt/protein shake for lunch, and Kashi high fiber/high protein cereal for breakfast, but I'm looking for some other options.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks! icon_smile.gif

    Kat
    Wish I Could Cook
    Wed Jun 26, 2013 1:29 pm
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    Hi Katzen, I saw this article Nd thought of you: http://vegnews.com/articles/page.do?catId=7&pageId=4753

    Chances are you're actually getting too much protein if you're supplementing. I think you'll be surprised by how little you need and how easy it is to get. I fear it's another meat industry propaganda to make people worry about this mythical protein shortage.

    But to answer your question, I've never tried adding protein powder to baked goods. But I bet if you are using soy milk and whole wheat flour, you already have a good basis. Nuts and nut butters would be another good plant-based source.

    Happy baking!
    Wish I Could Cook
    Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:28 am
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    And this showed up on my Facebook page this morning: http://wholefed.org/2013/05/01/six-reasons-to-give-up-meat-adopt-a-plant-based-diet/

    Within the article is a four-page guide to plant based protein. But I didn't know how to just send the link to that. Must be an iPad thing....
    Katzen
    Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:12 am
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    Thanks, WICC! I appreciate the articles!

    I'm trying to supplement (maybe supplement isn't the right word... I just tend to gravitate towards carbs)... so, trying to eat more protein containing foods rather than empty carbs.

    Kat
    Lalaloula
    Fri Aug 30, 2013 2:28 am
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    just bumping this up
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