Try 104 Vegetarian and Gluten-Free Recipes for Endurance Athletes

A few weeks before Christmas, a reader asked us how many vegetarian recipes were in the book because they were considering buying it as a gift for a friend. This was our answer. Then we recently got this question from another reader:

I am a huge fan of Allen Lim.  I believe he is and has been hugely innovative to sport and nutrition.  When I found out about his cookbook, I was extremely excited to get into it.  I only have one concern, though.  I am a vegetarian and have been reading reviews about the book which the majority seem to relate to carnivorous recipes.  I was wondering if it would be worth it for a vegetarian to buy this book.  I would hate to spend the money on it for a handful of recipes…

So we counted them all up! It wasn’t as hard as it sounds, actually, because every chapter has an index of the recipes inside it. Here’s an example of the Breakfasts chapter opener and recipe index. See the vegetarian and gluten-free icons next to each recipe name?

feed zone cookbook breakfasts

Vegetarian and gluten-free breakfasts in The Feed Zone Cookbook

And so, the definitive and complete answer to the question, how many vegetarian and gluten-free recipes are in The Feed Zone Cookbook?

vegetarian and gluten-free recipes in The Feed Zone Cookbook

vegetarian and gluten-free recipes in The Feed Zone Cookbook

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3 Comments on “Try 104 Vegetarian and Gluten-Free Recipes for Endurance Athletes

  1. Thanks for posting how many of the recipes are vegetarian! Can you also please post how many of them are vegan?

    • That will require reading through each of the vegetarian recipes to check all of the ingredients. I’d love to help, but I’m afraid I just won’t have the time for this. I’ll request this feature for the sequel!

  2. any vegetarian protein that is not watery and can be chopped up small will work. we do use soy sauce and braggs as flavorings. I’ve used Smoked Tofu, Seitan, Veg sausage, TVP, moshed up Kidney beans, seaweed paper etc. whatever you like, that will stick to the rice.

    pick mildly spiced items, trust your own palette, and what will work for you, but anything that sticks will work. good luck, and keep us posted !!

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