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Vegan protein recommendations

rawvegpowerrawvegpower Posts: 19Member Member Posts: 19Member Member
I’m sure there is much better/cheaper powders out there then the vega I’m currently using.

What have you all found to be beneficial? Cost/performance.
edited January 13


  • usmcmpusmcmp Posts: 21,319Member, Premium Member Posts: 21,319Member, Premium Member
    I'm not vegan, but I've heard really good things about this one (mixed with almond milk or in a smoothie, not water):
  • PlantBasedPersephonePlantBasedPersephone Posts: 3Member Member Posts: 3Member Member
    Tofu! I love tofu, and if you get silken tofu, you can add it to smoothies, etc! <3 I haven't personally used protein powders, so I don't have any recommendations there, but I hope this helped!
  • chestinatorchestinator Posts: 16Member Member Posts: 16Member Member
    I use Prana On Plant Power protein powder and highly recommend it. Mixes well and has a decent range of flavours. Not sure how much you'll spend in the U.S. but here in Aus the normal price is $69.00/kg. I try to take advantage of the sales :) Still it works out to be $2.80 AUD / serve for around 30g of protein inc some other added stuff (BCAA's/extra leucine etc). How much of that protein as absorbed is anyones guess but thats the rub when moving away from whey/casein. Good luck!
  • PsychgrrlPsychgrrl Posts: 2,454Member Member Posts: 2,454Member Member
    Women’s Best (UK based, but ship worldwide) has a new vegan line. I’m not vegan and have bought a couple of the powders. Really good flavor.
  • fuzzylop72fuzzylop72 Posts: 592Member, Premium Member Posts: 592Member, Premium Member
    I like orgain vegan powder (pb flavor). I only consume it with plant milk, though, so I don't have any idea if the flavor is good w/ water.
    edited January 13
  • OkiludyOkiludy Posts: 564Member Member Posts: 564Member Member
    I have tried it mixes decent, is a mix of plant proteins so amino acids would be in good ratio, and the taste is better than many others. It is a bit more expensive than some other brands. It has 21g of protein per serving that while not as high as a good whey it is good for vegan. It's a tad higher in carbs than a whey but being plant-based many of those are dietary fiber.

    Oh like the above poster I drank it with almond milk but went with the chocolate. It's not as good with water but no protein is IMHO. Still, I could drink it with water fine and it did mix.
    edited January 14
  • dgmoosedgmoose Posts: 2Member, Premium Member Posts: 2Member, Premium Member
    I use Natures Sunshine - Love & Peas - because it is a good source of protein and was recommended by my ND.
  • biskybisky Posts: 619Member Member Posts: 619Member Member
    I like Protein Plus Peanut Flour from Amazon. Low in fat and I add it to almond milk, banana and little hershey's dark cocoa powder.
    edited January 14
  • vegmebuffvegmebuff Posts: 25,679Member Member Posts: 25,679Member Member
    Genuine Health Fermented Vegan Proteins+
    Rice and beans
    Nutritional yeast
    Hemp seeds
  • louisegillanderslouisegillanders Posts: 9Member, Premium Member Posts: 9Member, Premium Member
    I use vegan prime prot3in triplex - it’s allergen/soy free but has a complete amino acid profile and tastes pretty good in choc flavour! I buy it from a local health food shop but I believe you can buy it easily online
  • rawvegpowerrawvegpower Posts: 19Member Member Posts: 19Member Member
    Thank you all for the responses. It’s great to hear what you all find tasty and nutritious, there are so many damn options it will make your head and wallet spin.
  • rodsteph777rodsteph777 Posts: 227Member Member Posts: 227Member Member
    I use vega complete chocolate protein its very good
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