Lately I am finding myself researching protein.
With my kidney disease, my body has a problem with protein. I have to limit the amount of it that I eat every single day. Past few months I have switched to Vegetarian diet and I am attempting to go Raw and Vegan with time. However, as I research, I find that some of the vegetable proteins are just as dangerous for me as animal proteins.
Most websites I am seeing/researching offer high protein options to substitute for the meat. This unfortunately is not what I need. I need little to no protein in majority of the food I consume in a daily basis. I am trying to not exceed the minimum amount required for me which is 40 grams a day. (FYI an egg has about 7 grams of protein)
At my last raw food class I had a dish that involved Kelp Noodles. These were actually awesome. I plan on doing a post on the dish itself shortly. It was a mock fetucinni alfredo. It was pretty good. Can't wait to get my Vitamix to try it out. I did it in my food processor and was a bit more chunky than at the Raw class.
Need to ask Whole Foods about a class that focuses on LOW PROTEIN! I can't seem to find a class on it anywhere!