FODMAPs-free veg: A vegetarian guide to FODMAPs elimination

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
This ten day elimination plan is for those who have been prescribed to start a FODMAPs free diet. It's also for those who are health conscious, vegetarian, and/or vegan or looking to incorporate more plant based meals into their diet.
At first diagnosis, I struggled with the overwhelming nature of FODMAPs so my hope is to ease the process for others with a straight forward plan and recipes. More

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About Elise Cobb

Hi! I’m Elise. I’m a nurse. An exercise lover. A whole foods connoisseur. A health enthusiast. And I have IBS. No need to cue the sappy violin music yet...

I’ve found that eating a low FODMAP, mostly plant-based diet has allowed me to continue to live and love life to the fullest.

Reviews

Review by: Kallie Desruisseaux on Dec. 04, 2013 :
I am REALLY excited to find a book for my specific issue - Vegetarian AND low FODMAPs. The recipes look like exactly the kind of food I like, and the ingredients are not scary.

I do think the book would benefit from a good referencing system for the recipes, which should be easy to put together (page references would be really handy). Pictures would be lovely too - especially for the PDF. I might have to cook and insert my own pictures!

Looking forward to using this and feeling better - thank you!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Teghan Noyes on July 31, 2012 :
My diet had gotten so limited by IBS that I was a complete mess. I started doing research and found the low FODMAPs diet and subsequently Elise's blog. I am still in the elimination phase so I cannot speak to the diet but: Elise's blog and cookbook have motivated and inspired me to broaden my eating habits. While I am not a vegan I am enjoying tons of new produce and other delicious healthy foods and I owe alot of that to this book. It is a great starting place and very easy to adapt (like I can make a recipe and then have my choice of protein on the side). I really like that the food is nothing hard to find or never heard of. And it all works for a busy young wife and mother :o) Keep up the great work Elise!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lauren Piro on July 05, 2012 :
I don't have any kind of digestive problem, I just wanted to see how I would feel on a low FODMAPs diet.
Elise's recipes are delicious and I will be using some of them again even now that my trail diet is over.
If I had one complaint, it would be the way that the PDF is structured. Logically, if you were following the diet from Day One of the food plan it would make sense for the first recipe in the book to be Day One, Breakfast and so on. Insted the recipe order was all over the place and to find a recipe there was no reference system, just lots of flicking through the pages. Also, for the dressings and sauces on the last page there were no instructions on how to cook them. I assumed chuck all ingredients and blender and try your luck, but you never really know!
One final thing, the cover here looks like its full of beautiful pictures (like Elise's blog) but there are no picture inside at all (at least in the PDF version)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: sara luehring on July 04, 2012 :
I haven't had much time to utilize the recipes yet, but it is such a great resource to have and I'm so grateful to Elise for creating such a concise and useful recipe book!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Anja Trier on July 03, 2012 :
This book is just perfect and has wonderful recipes that inspire me and which I am still using regularly after I purchased it three weeks ago. Every recipe I have tried so far was very delicious. Just yesterday I made the Solo Desser Bake. Just Great!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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