I know the general consensus here is that cooking your veg makes all the nutrients MORE available, as well as making the food more digestible. As for the low-fatness... forget about it! When I switched to PB I went full-on and my energy was sky high!!!
1. Eat a lot of fatty fat fat: beef, pork, tallow, lard, chicken skin, coconut oil, avocado oil, butter, yolks, omega 3s (I do kippers and sardines... if you bypass your taste buds it should be no big deal but the idea of blenderizing kippers... well, lol).
2. Skip the potatoes, grains, sugars, fruits... all carby stuff.
3. Get in good protein (this wraps back to #1).
4. Weights. No cardio. I do not know your fitness level but based on what you have said I would say its best to start slow. I started taking walks and just goofing around. Honestly there are others out there who are way better at the working out advice than I am. Hopefully they will chime in.
As an anecdotal summary of my tendencies: I cook offal, I will eat raw beef steaks (grassfed and from a local farmer!). I eat raw veg sometimes because I like them, but it seems wholly unnecessary for most veggies. Cooked mostly. I eat (on an ideal day) about 65-70% fat, 20-25% protein and <10% carbs. See example meal plan below.
Will you be able to masticate and swallow in the future?
Good luck and I am sure the awesome PBers will help out with more suggestions.
B: 4 egg whites (I cant eat yolks due to digestive issues but if I could I WOULD!!!) cooked in tallow or butter. Sauteed onions and a little cheese. 1/2 avocado. Tea with heavy cream and 1/2 packet stevia. Tmw I will be having bone marow for breakfast!
L: usually leftovers, but sometimes a nice big salad with MEAT. Tmw I will probably have a tin of kippers and some kale with bacon sauteed in lard.
D: have some lamb stew made (recipe in my journal) and I will be making chicken heart stew Tue while I am at school. There is something in chicken hearts that helps with recovery time and function from stessors, physical amd mental!
Dessert: honestly in the summer I like a nice "milkshake" after dinner: coconut milk, 1/4 banana, berries or chocolate or [soaked] almond butter, ice, heavy cream.
Good luck! <3