I’m looking for an alternative protein source to supplement my oat flour and hopefully take care of all the protein I need in my daily mix.
Is there a reason soy flour is not used? I’ve seen a few reference to soy protein isolate but not flour. Looking at various nutrient profiles it looks like it could be ideal.
The copper, manganese, folate, and magnesium is a bit high but I believe 100g’s could be worked into a recipe without getting close to any limits. It would provide a massive 50g of protein at very little cost.
This would enable me to supplement with a smaller amount of more expensive whey and use that more for just my after workout shakes.
So is there anything I’m missing with this? Does anyone have a good source for it? So far I’ve found…
And Honeyville has a 50 pound monster sack of “bakers” soy flour for $55.
EDIT: So after some more research I have found “textured vegetable protein” which I’ve heard of before, I know its popular in a lot of health food concoctions. Under ingredients it lists one ingredient “defatted soy flour”, ahhh, is this what I’m looking for?