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What does Vegetarians eat instead of Meat and Fish?

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I'm always been very finicky when eating meat and Fish, taste wise. Prefer eggs, seafood and certain soft/no bone boiled meat (which is unfortunately expensive where I live), chicken and occasional fast food hamburger/hot doh (when "on the go"). When cooking my own food it's tends to be something with egg or tomato pasta.

But for many non-vegetarian, meat/fish seem "crucials" in their food intake, so I'm wondering: What does Vegetarians eat to get same nutrition as meat & fish?

I've no interest in becoming vegetarian though, just curious about their food intake.
Update: Fish and Seafood might be simitate but fryied herring or pike do not exactly taste like crabs and clams.
Update 2: Similare*
asked Oct 9, 2016 in Food and Drink by smyadmin

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The basic point is that if you're not eating meat and fish, you need other foods to get protein from. Eggs, milk and cheese will do that for a vegetarian. A vegan doesn't eat those either so you're looking at proteinous plants - beans and pulses. Anything that is basically a seed of a plant is like that plant's egg and will give you protein, so lentils, chickpeas, quinoa, soy beans, kidney beans, all kinds of beans... and nuts are all useful to vegetarians and vegans. Look at a vegetarian cookbook and you'll find all of those feature a lot.
answered Oct 9, 2016 by moscl

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