So disappointed that my attempt to reply didn't work. So, here's my post in brief:
Protein is hard, and boring, but I believe it's important. As many mamas here have said, just eat, even when you don't want to. Some quick ideas:
Protein powder, yogurt, banana, frozen fruit, milk. (or use silken tofu, maybe add spinach, or do it all). had a friend suggest almond butter in smoothie.
Mrs. May's nut clusters dipped in peanut butter
Keeping boiled eggs on hand and eating them a lot, and mixing with tuna and cheese on whole grain bread.
Trader Joe's organic cocoa powder (add extra, go easy on sugar, and add extra milk) 7 grams protein to powder, and with milk equals about 15 g protein and sooooo tasty (especially to carb lovers like myself)
Barley in a veggie soup, maybe add beef
Chicken sausage and 3 eggs scrambled (sausage has 20 g protein, and each egg 8????
I know you're a veggie, I used to be and can appreciate not wanting to eat meat. I have found meat helpful, though in this boring diet
Also, I wonder if vegans' bodies don't adapt themselves to less protein. I really think a vegan diet is a perfect diet, yet I would probably be inclined to change it during a twin pregnancy, just because I wouldn't know the outcome.
Also, build your body up! My friend had twins, and couldn't eat in first trimester. She went to 37 weeks with 6 pd. babies, but could only nurse 3 months and got sick A LOT the first year (I think she was sooooo depleted).