Fat Free Vegan Recipes is one of my most favorite recipe resources at Slender For Life™. It is chocked full of hundreds healthy and delectable plant based recipes that are sure to create many parties in your mouth. I love the wide variety of recipes and how easy it is to find a recipe from the category menu on the left. There is also a Recipe Box where you can keep track of the recipes that you want. Fat Free Vegan Recipes is one resources that makes living a plant based lifestyle easy, fun and very doable. If you are struggling with healthy eating, my Living a Plant Based Lifestyle online class is for you. You will also want to visit the thousands of free recipes found in the Slender For Life™ Recipe Library.
Fat Free Vegan Recipes
Welcome to Fatfree Vegan Recipes!
If you look around our files, you’ll discover lots of great, member-contributed, vegan recipes that are all low in fat. The rule here is no added oil or margarine, so if you have an original vegan recipe that meets those criteria, please share it with us. You can sign up for membership and submit your own recipes by clicking the “Submit Recipe” or “Log In” button in the top right corner of the page.
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If you’re looking for a recipe that you know is here but can’t find it, look for it in our old files or on my personal recipe blog, FatFree Vegan Kitchen, which contains over 500 recipes.
What is a fatfree vegan diet?
People who follow a fat-free vegan diet (technically a very low-fat diet) eat no animal products or added oils; most either limit or eliminate high-fat plant foods such as nuts, seeds, avocados, and coconuts.
All foods contain some fats, so there is no such thing as a completely fat-free diet, nor is one desirable. The body needs fat, but it’s best to get it from healthy sources such as nuts, seeds, avocados, beans, and the trace amounts that are in all fruits and vegetables. Furthermore, recent studies have suggested that our bodies absorb the nutrients from vegetables better when we ingest some fat at the same time, so it’s wise to include some healthy fats in salads.
One of the best features of Fat Free Vegan Recipes is the fact that the rule is no added oil or margarine – no added fat. So often I find recipes and have to take the oil out or make other substitutions. At Fat Free Vegan Recipes they’ve already done that for you.
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