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Quinoa is a grain, small and nutty in flavor, high in iron and protein. Did you mention why you do not like tofu? I wonder if you just have not had it done properly and mass produced tofu is generally gross, imo, and i buy locally made tofu that is 100000000 times better.
Yeah, i think you need to come over to my house for dinner Seriously, though, If you do not eat any soy products and no beans, you are really going to struggle with getting enough protein, unless you survive solely on eggs and dairy. Also, beans have a lot of iron and that is always a concern wtih a vegetarian diet.
cottage cheese and greek yogurt are really high in protein and i would recommend eating those in your diet, as well as egg whites. I would also try to have an open mind and try some bean or tofu recipes. this is a really good one that is tasty and easy Tofu Lettuce Wraps