Often, when I talk to people who are interested in the diet concepts I discuss, they ask me if I can recommend or provide any recipes. I don't have any, for multiple reasons. First, my own diet is very simplistic. For example, one of the most common "recipes" I utilize is simply rice + vegetables + spices, nothing complicated. Another recipe is simply "fruit." Lots of it. Or "oatmeal." Or "salad." Or "bean tostada." My wife occasionally makes more complicated recipes; I eat them without knowing how to make them myself. I just haven't gotten around to learning anything more complicated, or even some of the things I have learned and utilized, I don't have the time to compile and publish. Second, I've been very disappointed by the recipes I've found that attempt to mimic or substitute for meat-based or oil-based foods; I've lost interest in trying to substitute fake stuff for what I no longer eat. Third, and most importantly, there are a lot of other resources that address this subject better than I could. Whenever I consult outside sources for recipes, I just make sure to avoid animal products, oil, refined/processed products, and sugar (I find that in a lot of "vegan" or "vegetarian" recipes, it's common to find oil and refined/processed products, so I have to be very discriminating). Maybe eventually I'll post some information or links, but it's not a priority for me. In the meantime, just be creative. And hunt around, the internet is full of ideas.