Category: Vegan + Low-FODMAP
Being vegan and low-FODMAP is one of the hardest combinations, since most legumes, and onions, garlic and mushrooms, are high-FODMAP foods. This heavily limits the variety of protein sources, resulting in an over-reliance on tofu and tempeh as sources of protein.
Luckily canned lentils and small amounts of chickpeas, and most grains, are low-FODMAP.
Be careful - make sure you are getting what you need from your food and don't skimp on protein.
If you need a 100% vegan low-FODMAP vegetable, chicken or beef stock, you have found your cube.Read More
Delicious variant of coleslaw – chickpeas and almonds complement one another beautifully.Read More