Protein count: 7 grams per 1/4-cup serving
Farro is an antique grain that resembles the shape of lentils. This special vegetable is made from wheat and has a soft chewy design with a twist of nutty flavour. Not only does it contain protein but also b-vitamins, minerals and other antioxidants.
Almost all vegans and vegetarians are lack of vitamin B-12 and this vitamin is usually found in animal and meat products. Mix it in with brown rice or pasta and rejoice with tofu and veggies for a nutrient thick meal. Or you could just try farro with mushrooms.
Protein count: 8 grams per 1-cup serving
The specialty of this whole grain is that it gets ready in fewer than 20 mins. So your supper can be ready in no time at all. Moreover, it is almost as high in manganese, fiber, iron and magnesium.
Prepare this meal once and have the privilege to chow down onto it twice!
Protein count: 6 grams per 1-cup serving
Buck wheat has texture similar to grains and involves a flavor filled with nuts. It is a gluten free food option for those people that are transfixed in between food sensitivities and intolerance. Switch it for white flour or even as an alternative to oatmeal.