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The Dietary Guidelines recommend filling half your plate with fruits and vegetables, and all veggies are important in plant-based diets. A cup of raw broccoli has about 3 grams of protein, 30 calories and 10% of your daily fiber (2.5 grams). It also has potassium, vitamin K, vitamin C and calcium. “I love to roast up broccoli in the oven with a little bit of olive oil and salt, and you can also add raw or steamed broccoli to salads,” says Rizzo.

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It’s no surprise that most people think of tofu when they think of plant-based eating: 3 ounces has a whopping 9 grams of protein. Soy is a complete protein, meaning that it contains all of the essential amino acids that are not commonly found in many plant proteins. But tofu is also a good source of calcium, which is great for anyone avoiding dairy. Tofu can be added to practically any dish, from stir-fries to salads to smoothies.

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One cup of raw kale provides 80 mg of vitamin C and packs hefty doses of vitamin A, vitamin B and calcium. We love thinking outside the box when it comes to serving this healthy green veggie (like turning leaves into delicious, crispy chips!)

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Just picture it come summer: tomato plants, tall and lush, brimming with red fruits just waiting for you to pick, take indoors and enjoy. For …

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Just picture it come summer: tomato plants, tall and lush, brimming with red fruits just waiting for you to pick, take indoors and enjoy. For …

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