As a vegan, there is one question you get more than any other question, and that is: where do you get your protein? The answer is almost endless. In fact, protein can be found in almost all kinds of foods. Vegans get their main source of protein from fruit, vegetables, grains, legumes, seeds and nuts. Legumes or pulses such as beans, lentils and peas are high in not just protein, but also other essential nutrients like complex carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. In other words, there can be no such thing as a protein deficient vegan!   One of my favourite legumes is the lentil (e.g., yellow, green, red, beluga and puy lentils). With about 30% of their calories coming from protein, lentils have the…