the Vegan Ketogenic Diet Cookbook
The Essential Cookbook to Truly Succeed with a Plant-Based, High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet.
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Yes, You Can Be a Vegan and Do Keto! We've Got All the Best How-To Tips
When you think of a keto diet, in addition to lots of fats, you often think of animal-rich protein sources like beef, chicken, pork, fatty fish and eggs. But did you know that you can follow this high-fat, low-carb diet and still eat plant-based? This is where the vegan ketogenic diet comes in. Long time vegans Whitney Lauritsen and Nicole Derseweh recently put together The Vegan Ketogenic Diet Cookbook, which includes “75 satisfying high-fat, low-carb, dairy-free recipes.” And Parade.com caught up with the duo to hear about the benefits of eating vegan—and ketogenic—and how exactly you do it.
About The Book
Boost health and wellness with the power of vegan and keto―together.
A vegan-friendly ketogenic diet is possible―and delicious. In your hands you hold the complete guide to eating meals that are free from animal products but still contain the right high-fat and low-carb nutritional content for achieving ketosis (changing the way your body burns fuel, to aid with health and weight loss).
For anyone on a mission to bring more love, acceptance and peace into the world. It all starts with you. We hope this book enriches your body, mind, and heart.
Two 7-day meal plans
Tips for vegan keto success
Featuring recipes like:
- “Nacho cheese” sauce
- Matcha donuts
- Jalapeno poppers
- Cobb salad
- French onion soup
- Margherita pizza
- Chocolate mousse pie cups
At first glance, the notion of a vegan ketogenic diet may seem oxymoronic. In this brilliant culinary guide, Whitney and Nicole show that vegan keto is not only healthy and doable: it’s also easy, approachable, and absolutely mouthwatering. Whether you’re new to the keto lifestyle or a seasoned pro, you’ll find the plant-based recipes, meal plans, and nutrition guidance in this book to be helpful, inspired, and delicious. Now gimme those matcha doughnuts!
Jason Wrobel, celebrity vegan chef, Cooking Channel TV host and podcaster
This book is a phenomenal resource for anyone looking to embrace a vegan ketogenic lifestyle and is written in an incredibly approachable, easy-to-understand manner. I read it cover-to-cover and can't recommend it highly enough.
Max Goldberg, Founder of Organic Insider
About the authors.
Whitney Lauritsen, founder of Eco-Vegan Gal, is a content creator, business coach, and healthy living crusader. With more than 5 million views, her YouTube channels share vegan lifestyle advice, recipes, product reviews, interviews, and inspiration for living in harmony with the body and planet.
Whitney is the co-host of “This Might Get Uncomfortable,” a podcast she began with her best pal Jason Wrobel. Together they also run the online wellness brand Wellevatr. Whitney is the author of a self-published ebook entitled Healthy Organic Vegan on a Budget and has contributed to media outlets such as VegNews magazine. She lives in Los Angeles with her vegan Jack Russell Terrier Evie.
Learn more and connect with her here at WhitneyLauritsen.com.
Nicole Derseweh is a vegan chef with a culinary background from Le Cordon Bleu that comes from a long heritage of family chefs. She is building a worldwide conscious media empire to inspire vegan newbies with her uplifting and entertaining YouTube channel as one of the cornerstones.
You can experience her creations at high-end events and exclusive pop-up dinners in and around the Los Angeles area. Her innovative and delicious plant-based creations consistently impress even the most skeptical critics. Her passion is to share the love, excitement, and compassion of vegan living through decadent dishes that persuade even the most ardent meat-lovers to smile. In essence, she’s the vegan love child of Rachel Ray and Elle Kemper.
Follow Nicole’s journey online @Nicolederseweh on Instagram and YouTube.