After many requests and lots of hard work in the kitchen, I couldn't be more excited to tell you about the newest addition to Slender Kitchen.
Slender Kitchen is launching Healthy and Weight Watcher Friendly Vegetarian Meal Plans!
Starting today in addition to the regular meal plans, Slender Kitchen will also be offering complete vegetarian meal plans that include points plus and nutritional information; complete meals and recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; categorized shopping lists; snack suggestions; and more all tailored to meet the needs of a vegetarian. The meal plans feature vegetarian friendly recipes that are also weight watchers friendly and can work for any healthy eating plan.
Not a vegetarian but interested in more meatless meals? Have both meat eaters and vegetarians in your home? These vegetarian meal plans are designed to be used on their own for full vegetarians, or as a complement to the current meal plans. Knowing that many people have both meat eaters and vegetarians in their homes or just want to eat more meatless meals, these plans provide meatless versions of many of the recipes featured in the current weekly meal plan. That way you can easily add as many meatless meals to your eating plan as you like or easily prepare a version that works for everyone in your home.
Slender Kitchen Vegetarian Meal Plans will be offered through the same membership area and you will have the option to download all weekly meal plans (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) for two or four people, bonus recipes, meal planning resources, and more. That's access to four meal plans each and every week for less than $3 a month with the yearly option.
Do the vegetarian meal plans include dairy and eggs?
Yes. The vegetarian meal plans do include dairy products as well as eggs, however you should be able to easily make substitutions if you do not consume these products. They do not contain any fish, chicken, or other meat or animal products.
Do the vegetarian meal plans use lots of "fake" meat products?
The vegetarian meal plans may sometimes contain small amounts of substitute meat products that are meant to add to the flavor to a dish, but will never be the main ingredient of a dish or neccessary. Knowing that some people prefer not to eat these products, the meal plans focus instead on using whole and natural foods as much as possible.
Do you have any experience with vegetarian cooking and meal planning?
In fact, I do. I was a vegetarian myself for almost ten years and abstained from all meat products. Although I have decided that I will include meat in my current diet, I still eat many meatless meals and have lots of experience with vegetarian cooking.
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