What's in it:
In a survey we asked our readers about their "health worries" when eating vegetarian.
As you can see, thankfully most people have no concerns about going vegetarian. The second highest answer however, is "I might not get enough protein". Now, even though "hardcore" vegetarians might not want to hear this, many people do worry about getting enough protein when going veggie. So let's address that worry!
We created 30 unique recipes that show you how to prepare delicious high protein recipes with every "reasonable" ingredient the vegetarian world has to offer. Once you've got those recipes nailed, you won't be asking yourself "how do I get enough protein?" again.
Tried and trusted recipes, most are ready within 10 - 15 minutes, and none take more than 30 minutes. Also, there's no need to worry about exotic ingredients. You can find everything you need at your local supermarket.
With this eBook we want to solve a major concern of many (and soon to be) vegetarians. Once you feel comfortable you're not lacking any nutrients, maintaining a veggie diet becomes much easier.
Oh, and if you're not satisfied, just let us know and we'll refund you. No time restriction. No questions asked. Easy as that.
When will I get my eCookbook?
Instantly. Your confirmation page will have a download link of the ebook. We'll also send it over via email.
How many recipes are in the eCookbook?
The eCookbook contains 30 recipes that are categorised in "eat anytime", "salads", "mains", "snacks & dips" and "smoothies".
Are the recipes easy to prepare?
Absolutely! If there's one thing we focused on most in the last three years, then it was to create quick and simple nutritious recipes with easy to find ingredients.
Are the ingredients of the recipes hard to find?
Nope, you should be able to find all ingredients in any mid-sized supermarkets all over the world. And if you do have a hard time finding one, it's easy to adapt the recipe with the foods you have at hand. No worries!
Do the recipes contain mostly eggs and dairy?
Nope. We used a whole array of high protein sources for our recipes. Chickpeas, beans, lentils, quinoa, oats, various nuts and seeds, tofu, green vegetables and leafy greens are all included in the mix. Only some recipes contain eggs and dairy.
How do you define "high protein"?
The amount of protein in each recipe ranges from 7.5g up to 39.5g per serving. Usually the "low amounts" of protein go hand in hand with a smaller serving size: one serving of a snack bar is smaller than one serving of a full on main dish.
How many servings do the recipes make?
The amount of servings are stated next to each recipe. Although it varies from recipe to recipe, most will make 2 servings.