Meats of all kinds are yeast-free. Make sure they are fresh because meats that are not fresh can develop a form of yeast. Take your pick of chicken, veal, lamb, pork, duck, seafood and pheasant. Vegetables of all kinds can be combined with meats to make complete meals. You can stir-fry, sauté or even steam foods to preserve as much of their nutrition as possible. Beans such as kidney, lima and red beans are yeast-free healthy options. For cooking, use the unrefined versions of olive, sesame, safflower and corn oils. Use a mix of lemon juice and oil instead of vinegar for salad dressings.