Complementary food to seitan?

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Complementary food to seitan?

#1 Postby z0rzz » Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:54 pm

Along with legumes and whole grains, a decent chunk of my daily protein intake comes from seitan due to its relative cheapness and protein-rich nature. Unfortunately seitan is lysine-deficient and doesn't have the best amino acid profile.

What foods compliment seitan's amino acid profile? Should I just eat a stack of diverse veggies with it? I've heard soy can help with the lysine as well.

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Re: Complementary food to seitan?

#2 Postby superman1234 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 3:20 pm

Legumes are a good source of lysine.
Unhulled sesame seeds are a good source of methionine (another amino acid)


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