How many lentils do you eat every day? Posted on March 10, 2023 by Anonymous How many lentils do you eat every day?
between 100g and 200g (weighted uncooked) every day
50g weighed uncooked, i sprout them
I don't eat high carb foods like that
nah just low carb and also moderate fat from coconuts. I don't drink bacon grease like ketards
b-but that's 4 pounds
and 2500g is closer to 5 pounds!!
That includes 1 l of milk, which should be around 1000 g
the milk is the 4th pound I was talking about
yeah if you don't cook or sprout them
no proof whatsoever that the minimal amounts (like 10000x smaller than raw beans) after cooking have any effect on humans at all (or muh anti nutrient; also no proof)
Lentils are gay and retarded, that’s why only stinky swarths eat them
400g dried green / black lentils mixed
so about 100g lentil protein each day
lentils are absolutely GOAT
based, literally cheapest source of protein
Post bodies skellies.
post full blood count sickly weakling
Redpill me on lentils, I've never used them much but wanna lean on them a bit more because muh economy.
Is there any big difference between each type? Are mixed bags advisable/adequate? (Either culinarily and nutritionally)
always soak them in water overnight or for a few hours and rinse before cooking
generally the darker the skin the better
most lentils can also be sprouted and eaten raw for extra nutrients
>always soak them in water overnight or for a few hours and rinse before cooking
why? I always just cook them in my rice cooker lmaoo
it removes some of the antinutrients
Red are smaller and tend to mush when cooked. They are good for making soups. All the others are just normal. All about the same nutritionally.
Fuck was I supposed to be counting them?
Only 100g a week (weighted uncooked). I prefer chickpeas.
I don't want to buy more aninal protein for dinner but I also can't digest beans/lentils that well. Actually, I digest lentils a bit better than kidney beans, but the color of my shits is still not desireable. Wat do?
I find that if I don't eat beans for a few weeks and then have some, they really wreck my guts.
Try eating a little beans and increasing the volume over 14 days, maybe you'll tolerate them more.
You can also try a supplement like beano which has an enzyme that breaks down the harder to digest starches in lentils, beans, brassicas, etc
>How many lentils do you eat every day?
what is a lentil
1/14 of a cup every day (beef stew made once a week)