Meat Free Keto

Hi, I’m Liz, a Certified Nutrition Consultant, Registered Yoga Teacher and avid food-lover. I make keto-friendly, gluten-free vegan recipes that are often allergen-free as well. I’m also a published cookbook author with a second cookbook coming out soon!

I also create plant-based AIP (autoimmune protocol) recipes for people like me, who are managing their autoimmune condition symptoms through diet and lifestyle. You can check out these allergy-friendly recipes at ForEatsSake.net!

Latest Posts

Oh, hello there, friends! How are you all doing?  I've really been feeling the need for cookies, more specifically chocolate chip cookies. I don't know about you guys, but I like my chocolate chip cookies on the dense and chewy side with just a little bit of sweetness. These vegan Read more
Oh, hi friends. I hope everyone is staying healthy throughout this entire pandemic. You've may have noticed that I haven't been posting new recipes lately, and that is chiefly because it has been challenging to source ingredients lately. I figure if I'm having trouble with getting groceries, you guys probably Read more
Ahoy, friends! Spring is in full blast here in New England, and since I've been hanging around my house a lot lately (as I imagine most of you have as well), I've been doing a lot of springtime cooking and baking. If you've been reading this blog or following me Read more
If there's one thing I can guarantee when I post a recipe, it's that people will ask about substitutions. I totally understand, as someone with a fair amount of restrictions, but no matter how many different substitutions I try to include in the notes, someone always wants something else. Years Read more
Even though this February is one of the warmest on record here in MA, it's still chilly enough to warrant making a new batch of soup every week (at least!). The one I've been making non-stop this month is a peanut butter soup that relies on Thai red curry paste Read more
We're on the eve of Valentine's Day and I was craving something sweet that I could also use as an excuse to bust out my heart-shaped silicon mold to use for heart-shaped pats of buttery spread. So, I channeled my inner Leslie Knope and decided to make some red velvet-inspired Read more
At least once a week, I find a message in one of my inboxes, asking what I eat when I'm sick. My usual response is just, "whatever I can manage," but I realize that isn't the most helpful description. As it turns out, I currently have a sinus infection, which Read more
One of the questions I find in my inbox a lot is, "what do you eat when you're sick?" My answer is usually just long the lines of "whatever I can manage," but I thought I'd actually post one of my go-to  soup recipes for when I'm feeling sick, so Read more
So, here we are with another instant pot recipe. Since receiving one for Christmas last year, I have been using it pretty much every day. Typically, I've just been making cauliflower rice-based dishes (curries, the chili from my cookbook, sloppy joes), but the other day at the grocery store, I Read more
Cold weather for me means lots of slow cooker recipes that are rich and filling and don't require too much chewing. Why that last bit? I have no idea, but there's something about softer foods that just feels more wintery to me. I just want a nice bowl of something Read more