High Protein Vegan Meals | What I Eat in a Day

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In this movie I share some insights all-around protein intake on a vegan diet regime and exhibit you some meals I like to make that are high in protein as very well as full of plant primarily based complete meals. Fundamentally I cook up a storm as common and acquire you alongside for the day as I explore the subject matter of plant dependent protein. I hope you love and uncover it beneficial!

Malin x



Tofu Scramble – https://little bit.ly/3nvr9wv
Lentil Salad – https://little bit.ly/324i3iJ
Speedy Chickpea Curry (comparable recipe) – https://bit.ly/30Ptlqw


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:00 Superior morning
2:09 Breakfast: Tofu scramble
4:43 Plant protein data
8:35 Thanks to our sponsor Squarespace
9:36 Snack
11:04 Lunch: Lentil salad w. beets and artichoke
15:41 Dinner: Chickpea and kale curry
21:30 Stats for the working day




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43 thoughts on “High Protein Vegan Meals | What I Eat in a Day

  • at 2:55 am

    Me too, I prefer the tikka masala paste too and like Rob, I sometimes find the coconut milk too rich so I skip it and use water.

  • at 3:35 am

    Great protein packed meal ideas Malin 👌🏻and we all need a few tasty shortcuts sometimes 😉🤗

  • at 3:40 am

    Yum! I like to make my tofu scramble pretty similar to yours except I use sea salt and may add other seasonings such as garlic or onion powder. ♥️

  • at 4:24 am

    So enjoyable and really delicious ways to boost protein along with fiber, fruits and veggies. Loved the ideas Malin – thank you for sharing your plate with us <3

  • at 5:21 am

    Love it when you take us on a trip out!

  • at 5:50 am

    Hej Malin! Tack för den här videon! Vill gärna pröva linssalladen och curryn snart. Båda recepten ser så läckra ut. Tycker också väldigt mycket om dina keramiska skålar och tallrikar. Allt är så snyggt filmat också! 👍

  • at 10:20 am

    Love your ana Luisa jewelry 🙂

  • at 12:14 pm

    I just realized that you went inside a store without a mask. In Portugal is mandatory to wear masks inside stores since almost the beggiing of the pandemic. Is this a recent thing for you? Or is normal?

  • at 1:38 pm

    That cat looks exactly like my cat that recently passed :-/

  • at 1:42 pm

    I just want to to add a tip, for people that don't like tahini like my daughter you can substitute the tahini for avocado and a bit of sesame oil instead. I tried that alternative and it was pretty good, just have to make sure to add enough acid such as Cider Vinegar or lemon. (to keep it's color)

  • at 1:47 pm

    Your videos are so professional and a lot of good info. to incorporating versatile meals where you can interchange different ingredients.

  • at 2:47 pm

    Yes, fiber is key to health. My doctor says if we ate enough fiber every day, many of the diseases we struggle with would be greatly minimized.

  • at 3:17 pm

    Hi first i like your cooking style its full of love:) i have just a question about the nutritional yeast. Is this not full of gluten? Gluten is a really bad product why do you use this? I will be thankfull wif u give me a ansver. Thank you again

  • at 3:26 pm

    Your tofu scramble looks just delicious. My hubby & I have never ate tofu before.
    Malin do you have a video for new comers to plant based eating on staples to have in in our pantry.
    Thank you for your wonderful videos 💓💓💓

  • at 3:48 pm

    Really good information on how to increase protein in ones vegan diet. Thank you.

  • at 4:13 pm

    Hi, I'm french and i don't speak so good english. I just want to tell you that your videos are so great and pleasant to see. Of course your meals seem yummy and delicious, and i like your way of explain, give tips and simply speak about food. Having some nitritionnal informations is a good thing, too. Thank you ! Hope you will continue this channel a long long time !

  • at 4:45 pm

    I love seeing all of the ins and outs of your day. And when the seed popped out, that was great 👍🏼 it happens to everyone 😊. I've never heard it called a pip here in America though. So fascinating.

  • at 5:27 pm

    You definitely need a cat. Cats are awesome. I have 3 cats and I love them very much. 2 girls, Azelma and Roua and a boy, Panciu. 🐈‍⬛🐈🐱

  • at 6:12 pm

    Delicious meals and information you provided – thank you for always going the extra mile🙂

  • at 10:04 pm

    Reporting back – the lentil and beet salad is wonderful! A great combo – especially the dressing and the lentils. I had it on arugula.

  • at 2:37 am

    Very interesting video I think I have to learn many things about nutrition again. I will try the diner dish for sure it looks 😊 so good ! Thank you for sharing it

  • at 11:20 am

    wonderful recipes, like always! 🙂

  • at 12:47 pm

    What a beautiful dish! Your clear and easy to follow directions/presentation made this look so easy to make. I’m definitely going to make this recipe just modified slightly to fit my families dietary needs/restrictions. Thank you for the fantastic idea. I am so happy to learn from other skilled creators like you. I also make YouTube cooking videos. I hope we can learn from each other as we grow! Thank you so much for sharing your time and talent.

  • at 9:29 pm

    Beautiful plate Mailin😉

  • at 11:39 pm

    Lovely! Your sisters cat loves you as well, she looks very sweet. Have you tried sprouting your lentils? So easy and they go so well on salads, nice and crunchy. I've sprouted beluga lentils but like the flavor of the brown or green ones better. Also done garbanzos and mung beans. I use a quart size mason jar with a strainer lid. I only do 1/2 cup at a time which makes a lot (single vegan in this house). Soak in water overnight and then rinse once or twice a day till sprouted. Put the jar upside down after rinsing so it drains. Keep in frig when done, they last a good week.

  • at 11:16 am

    Nice idea to meal-prep some tofu scramble for later in the week! I also like your idea to add silken tofu to smoothies instead of protein powder. Love the relaxed vibe of your videos. Thank you!

  • at 3:51 pm

    It's funny when I think about how some plant-based doctors recommendation that we have 10% fat or so. Mine often falls in the 30% range. It seems impossible to get it down lower sometimes without taking out a lot of the flavors and textures I enjoy. I don't worry about it. 😉

  • at 5:38 pm

    OMG! Thank you! Awesome content! 😉

  • at 9:42 pm

    Love your channel so much 😍💖

  • at 1:07 am

    Thank you Malin! I too have been wondering if I’ve been having enough protein sources in my meals lately. I tend to eat a lot of veggie and grain combo plates and forget to add protein. Good reminders here and excellent yummy, super healthy, and easy looking recipes!!! I’ll try them!

  • at 6:07 am

    I love tofu scramble as tacos! 😍 I heat up corn tortillas, melt vegan cheese on top, then add tofu scramble with plenty of veggies (kale or spinach, tomato, onion, garlic, cilantro!) and top with green salsa! Yum!! 🤤 I am going to try this lentil salad next week. It looks delicious and I am trying to incorporate more protein! Thank you Malin 💕

  • at 6:32 am

    Maybe sometimes you could swap the coconut milk with homemade cashew cream?😉👍🏼

  • at 3:42 pm

    I have to make 1 additional comment/correction ( but with love 😘 ) : All plants contain 'all' amino acids. This is scientifically a fact. They just contain it in various amounts. And for example lentils have high amounts of all of them equally. But just eat enough and diverse. Plants do not lack in certain any amino acids. This is false information.

  • at 6:44 pm

    I never thought about infusing ginger. Great idea.

  • at 8:10 pm

    I feel like protein as a conscious effort really only comes into the picture if you're weightlifting, but even then, the guidance is 1g of protein per pound of lean body mass. Which isn't nearly as much as you think it is. For most people living a healthy life and doing some form of gentle exercise, you're correct to say that they're unlikely to have protein needs that aren't being met.

  • at 1:02 am

    Love this Malin! Can’t wait to try the tofu scramble – and thank you for the information on protein!

  • at 7:28 am

    Thoroughly enjoyed video , thankyou

  • at 7:47 pm

    That salad looks addictive and i need it immediately <3

  • at 12:44 pm

    Is there any meanning of cat's name? 😅

  • at 5:43 pm


  • at 7:37 pm

    to my vegan scrambled eggs I add red onion, red bell pepper or roasted poblano chile and corn kernels

  • at 8:19 pm

    Spirulina 70% protein and peas 90% protein

  • at 6:14 am

    I am new to your channel and am now obsessed with gestures wildly ALL OF THISSSSS. This is exactly what I never knew I needed. Fabulous work. 🙂

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