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April 19, 2015 by Leanne Vogel March 2, 2017This grain-free, low carb, keto, vegan seed roast is bursting with flavor, light and easy to slice. Made with keto-friendly hemp hearts, flax seeds and nourishing fats. Great on its own as a keto snack or as a main dish for the family to enjoy. Disclaimer: I’m not big on “labels”. If you’ve been reading HP for awhile, you know this. Eating high-fat, low carb, keto resonates with me. On top of that, some days I’m “paleo”, other days I’m “vegan”, etc. I trust that my body will guide me along the way. And, your body can do it, too. There are days when I don’t feel like eating meat. Granted, those days are few and far between (I’m making up for 7 years of being a strict vegan ;). But they do happen. And when they do; as a lover of low carb, high-fat, keto, I usually make a huge keto salad thing and pile on the hemp hearts. It’s delicious, but doesn’t look that pretty. I; like you, like to eat pretty food. Last week’s video, How To Become A Fat-Burning, Low Carb, Keto Vegan, sparked an amazing conversation around plant-based, high-fat, low carb, keto living. If you haven’t watched it yet, you should! Whether you’re vegan or interested in infusing your ketogenic eating style with more plants, there’s a bunch of solid tips and strategies in there for you. WATCH IT HERE. One of the things we talked about in the interview portion of the video; where Jo from IncludingCake.com popped in to give her tips on living as a ketogenic vegan, was keto vegan nut and seed roasts. If you Google, “Vegan Nut Roast” or “Vegan Seed Loaf” you get a lot of high-carb, low-fat recipes. Bleh. Jo and I have joined forces to create this low carb, keto, super-simple, ultra-delicious seed roast for you. There’s hemp hearts, lots of them! Why? Because they are the epitome of a balanced seed for this way of keto eating: 0 net carbs, loaded with fiber, a good amount of protein, omega-rich, and they act like oats in just about every recipe, helping this keto seed loaf hold together perfectly when sliced.
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HI! I’M LEANNE
Nutrition educator + keto enthusiast. I want to live in a world where every woman loves her body, nourishing fats are enjoyed at every meal, and the word “restriction” isn’t in the dictionary.