How To Go Meat Free Review and Giveaway

You may have already seen my recent reviews on How To Go Waste Free about how we can reduce the waste we produce at home, and How To Go Plastic Free looking at how we can reduce our plastic use.

T0day we are looking at How To go Meat Free, and look at the many alternatives that are on the market now.

About How To Go Meat Free

How To Go Meat Free looks at how you can make the transition of avoiding meat once or twice a week. To going vegetarian or vegan.  This book will give you tips to ensure you maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Amongst other things including creative plant-based recipes

Below we will look at just a few of the pages from the book

Healthy Living

#1 Know The Risks Of Eating Met and The Benefits Of Not – Eating meat is starting to fall out of fashion as we become more aware of health risks. This section looks at the benefits from eating a plant-based meat free diet.

#2 Don’t Let Labels Define You – Forget labels and eat for you and your budget, forget about the labels.

#7 Fill Up On Fewer Calories – another benefit of eating fibre is that you get full quicker which means you eat fewer calories

#8 Keep Cholesterol In Check – If you are worried about your cholesterol, eating a meat free diet will help with this. As cholesterol is only found in animal products

#15 Be Mindful About B Vitamins – If choosing a plant-based diet make sure you are getting the right nutrients, Vitamin B12 is not fund in plants, as it is found in meat, eggs, milk and seafood.

#16 Mind Your minerals – As with vitamins there are two minerals that can be lacking in a meat free diet. Which are Zinc and Iodine.

These are just a few snippets from the book. Which is full of 100 tips for making that transition easier and things you need to watch and do.

Giveaway

If you are thinking of making that transition to a meat free diet, I have 5 copies to giveaway.  See below on how to enter

Win A Copy of How To Go Meat Free

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27 comments

    1. I have always eaten meat but am trying to reduce the amount I eat. I am going to start with ‘Meat free March’ so this book would be a great help.

  1. We have been meat free in our house since the New Year, and I can honestly say I don’t miss it at all. There are so many tasty alternatives, we have broadened our recipe / cooking skills, and have never looked, or felt healthier.

  2. Not sure I could go completely meat free, but I’m thinking of doing a part time sort of thing, where we’re meat free half the week, maybe moving on from there xx

  3. I have veggie week once a month. I don’t go crazy for meat the other weeks either but I’m learning veggie and vegan recipes and since I still crave the savouriness of meat trying to find alternatives. Mushrooms and halloumi ease my cravings.

  4. Made the switch in June 2019 to plant-based. Currently a vegan flexitarian- if that’s a thing – (a few milk and cheese products but no meat). Would love this book for some inspiration and motivation.

  5. I’ve slowly been changing my diet over the years and I have been contemplating going meat free for a while but having a few issues staying full without the high protein meats maybe this could help me get to grips with it all a bit more. Thankyou for the chance good luck all!

    1. I would like to go meat free but I would love to learn some nutritious and tasty recipes to help me along the way x

  6. I’m in the process of trying to go meat free, I’ve reduced my meat intake drastically so this would be ideal to help me reduce even more.

  7. I have been meat free for over 40 years. In the early days it was difficult, since there were no alternative meat products (which I am partial to), and it was considered quirky, rather than mainstream, which it now is. I don’t feel that I have missed out on anything, and I am proud to have been a vegetarian for so long. I have tried veganism a few times, and although I have never had any problems sticking to my vegetarian diet, I have found veganism more difficult. Perhaps because my husband is none to keen on it, perhaps I like milk chocolate and cheese too much. But I am determined that we shall be a vegan family.

  8. I’m not meat free but my girlfriend has been trying to find ways of using less meat while still making tasty meals for us as a family so she would like this. Thank you.

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