Four weeks of meal plans.
It’s everything you need for going vegetarian for a month – fun, healthy veggie meals, all laid out for you. We’ve also taken care of the nutritional side of things, so you don’t have to worry about missing meat.
You may already be convinced it’s a good idea to go vegetarian.
Maybe it’s the health benefits.
Maybe it’s the thought of using fewer animal products.
Or maybe it’s hitting your nutrition goals.
Whatever the reason, you’re committed to going veggie and all the awesome things it brings with it.
But you know you’ll need a few more meal ideas, and some tips and tricks to keep you from slipping.
→ Lots of new vegetarians need inspiration especially when it comes to prepping protein sources (living off cheese won’t cut it). With a full month of nutritionist-backed meal plans you’ll make vegetarian cooking a breeze!
Lifetime access to 4 weekly nutrionist-backed meal plans.
We are Hauke and Dave and we’ve been sharing our passion (and recipes) for vegetarian food on our website hurrythefoodup.com since 2014.
For our meal plan pack we teamed up with James, Dave’s younger brother. James has worked in General Practice for the past 6 years – Family Medicine for those of you not in the UK.
He’s a Specialist Paramedic by background and now works as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in a busy NHS GP Practice.
He also has a special interest in nutrition and holds an Advanced Diploma in it, as well as a Masters (MSc) Sports and Exercise Nutrition. He knows his stuff.
He’s on top of all of the latest evidence and guidelines to make sure you get the best advice possible.
Dave Bell, James Bell MSc & Hauke Fox
Lifetime access to 4 weekly nutrionist backed meal plans, full of great food and awesome veggie tips!
It’s a one time payment of $19.90 for 4 meal plans.
Yes! Just shoot us an email any time during the four weeks and we’ll issue a refund. No questions asked.
No, we don’t deliver, nor do we provide the food! We’ll make your shopping lists but you’ll still have to buy/order your groceries yourself. That goes for the cooking, too.
Yes! Depending on which recipes you choose to make, and for how many people – everything is changed automatically. You don’t need to change a thing yourself.
Happily every single recipe can simply be toggled for as many servings as you like!
Yep, absolutely! We have metric and imperial measurements for all of our recipes – you can just toggle between them on each recipe.
You can change every meal and snack to your liking (and we have a huge list of non-dairy, non-nut recipes and snacks to choose from). Each of the ready-made meal plans we have does include dairy and quite often nuts, however.
Sugar/honey/maple syrup? No, it’s not forbidden, some recipes call for sugar or maple syrup, just in smaller amounts.
We look at overall calories, fat, protein and saturated fat when we create meal plans and recipes.
Everything from scratch? No, not necessary either. We don’t doom processed food per se. A tin of tomatoes is processed. And it’s absolutely fine to use. Same as store-bought pesto or hummus. Yes, bread bought at the store is absolutely fine!
In fact most of our members are around 40 – 75 years old. We get the occasional question about our meal planner. If that happens Hauke jumps right on to help you individually (and not just a generic tutorial video).
We would like to take a moment to note that this book is for information purposes only. It does not claim to provide medical advice or to be able to treat any medical condition. The calories, fibre, protein and other nutritional information is worked out as closely as possible and we have checked the information as accurately as possible.
However we can’t be held responsible for mistaken listings: the nutritional information is given as a guide only. If you have any concerns regarding your health please contact your medical practitioner before making changes. The recommendations to increase your physical activity are general and non-specific. If you have any injuries or conditions which may restrict your ability to increase your physical activity, please seek medical/professional advice before making changes.