Hi, all. Thanks for reading this.
I've been scouring the supermarkers for protein sources I can afford.
I've discarded all the really good ones like ground beef and most other meats as being too expensive for me (college student living off student loans in a very expensive country) and so I've made a list of protein sources I can afford.
Chicken peas. Canned. Do those have any hormone related issues like soy? I've been reading about them and they have some isoflavones and stuff but I'm not into it that much to tell.
Cottage cheese. I dont particularily like this, but my wallet says I have to eat it.
Milk. I know what this site generally thinks about milk and its a protein/carb thing, but its just so cheap.
Eggs. A bit worried about cholesterol levels and throwing away the yolk seems kinda wasteful so I use them whole.
Sausages. AKA "dirt meat" . It tastes okey and gives some protein but a bit high on the fat.
Kidney beans. Canned. Those are pretty cheap and can be very tasty.
Quinoa. Its not exactly cheap, but its not as expensive as most meats. High carb, high protein and great taste and easy to cook. 1/3 the price of ground beef / uncooked weight.
Tuna. I like this in salads but not much else. Working my way up slowly as advised by the tuna article a while back.
So, will these protein sources be enough? Should I skip any of them for any reason?