What to Eat Plant-Based Meal Plan

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What do you eat? I get emails from people asking what to eat on a plant-based diet, let me tell you, there is a lot of variety. Maybe nuance is the better word.

Typically people who eat a whole food plant-based diet avoid meat and dairy but that just tells me what they aren’t eating, not what they are eating.

It is easier to say what we don’t eat. 

There are people who high carbs, low carbs, no carbs. Others who are grain-free, or legume-free or nightshade-free. There are also food allergies, intolerances and other restrictions. The list goes on.

What to eat or not eat is a personal choice. I rarely offer opinions unless I’m specifically asked and even then I’ll usually evade the question. I don’t even try to talk people into going plant-based but once they decide for themselves I’m there to coach them along.

I say all of that to ask, what do you eat?

I regularly post meal plans so you can see what I eat, or at least what I plan to eat but what do you eat? Inquiring minds want to know!

A Plant-Based Meal Plan

Plant-Based Diet Meal Plan

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

My husband and I have both been working longer hours so we are going to try to take turns cooking, or at least switch off cooking and cleaning. I really dislike doing the dishes by the way.

Leave a comment telling me what you eat and who does the cooking! I’m interested to know how other people make it work.

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  1. Joanne Passmore says:

    My husband and I eat lots of organic fruits and vegetables, beans and lentils, quinoa, millet, couscous, gluten free breads and bagels. We are trying to make the percentage of each meal higher in raw foods. Removing gluten due to some tummy upsets has been challenging but fun. There are more and more recipes, flours and ideas around now.

  2. Wanting to do plant based diet for health reasons, but not a big vegetable fan 🙁

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