Eggs, the epitome of nature's multivitamin, extend beyond mere protein content.
For seafood enthusiasts, salmon emerges as a star player, offering over 22 grams of protein in a 3-ounce cooked fillet.
A modest 4-ounce serving of sirloin steak serves up more than 22 grams of gratifying protein.
Half a cup of whole-milk cottage cheese unfolds as a protein treasure, delivering around 13 grams.
Peanut butter, whether creamy or crunchy, promises satisfaction with nearly 8 grams of protein in just a couple of tablespoons.
For those seeking a departure from the mundane, chicken drumsticks beckon with flavorful dark meat.
In the realm of nuts, a symphony of protein unfolds, even in peanuts, the legume impostors.