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Yes, that is correct. Grains and legumes, for example, can be called complementary amino acid sources because when you combine the one with the other, you get all of the essential amino acids. Nuts and seeds are also complementary to legumes because they contain tryptophan, methionine, and cystine. App for calculating amino acid complements An online tool on ...


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The nutritional info is at https://web.aw.ca/en/our-menu/chicken/beyond-meat-nuggets Calories 300 Fat 15.6 g Protein 18 g Serving Size 120 g Nutrition Contents Sugar 1.44 g Carbohydrates 22 g Trans Fat 0.18 g Saturated Fat 2.40 g Cholesterol 0 mg Fibre 5 g Sodium ...


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There's no need to worry about this. Methylcobalamin is a natural form of B12 (found in animals including humans), whereas cyanocobalamin is a synthetic form which is cheaper to produce and considered to be slightly more stable than methylcobalamin (meaning can have a longer shelf life). Cyanocobalamin is converted into methylcobalamin or adenosylcobalamin ...


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I found a post on foodgressing.com that provides the nutrition details, then I used Cronometer.com to generate a nutrition label. Nutrition Label (as text) For people who can't see the image, here's the nutrition label as plain text. Beyond Meat 10 pieces (without dipping sauce) Serving size: 200 g Calories: 500 calories Fat: 26.0 g ...


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Steaming works particularly well -- most of the flavors and nutritional values are not rinsed off in the cooking water. Also stir-frying over high heat works well too -- leaving the food with most of its moisture, without getting 'soggy'


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