A question people often ask is whether it is possible to follow a keto diet if you don't eat meat. I'm not a vegetarian but I know that it may be challenging to get enough protein without overeating foods like cheese or nuts. Although these foods are relatively low in carbs, they are calorie dense, easy to overeat and can be the reason for weight stalling. That's why I included a large variety of delicious recipes in this recipe roundup: breakfast meals, lunch and dinner ideas, soups, salads, sides and appetisers. Since desserts are naturally vegetarian, I didn't include them in this roundup. You can find even more vegetarian recipes in the KetoDiet App and the KetoDiet Cookbook.
While it's relatively easy to follow a vegetarian or pescatarian keto diet, it is nearly impossible to follow a vegan keto diet, at least not without taking supplements. If you'd like to why you should include at least some animal products, have a look at my post here: Ketogenic Diet FAQ: Can Vegetarians or Vegans do Ketogenic Diet?
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