If you go for the total carbs and 20g carbs a day is your limit then yes.
I did 40g net carbs keto because I NEEDED 25g net carbs for my vegs. It was below minimal so I quit keto as soon as I got fat adaptation. (I just always came back :)) So, I was a HUGE veggie lover. 1kg a day was just too little for me. Okay, I did vegetarian keto, it’s different with meat I suppose…
And I just changed one day and now my chosen woe is carnivore(-ish, to let in various tiny things if I feel like, I can’t remember not licking fingers and spoons anyway… really tiny things, maybe 1g carbs a day from plants in average? it’s good enough for me) but even when I go off, even if I have a high-carb day, I barely ever eat vegetables now. Very, very odd. I never thought I ever will give up vegs. But they just lost their charms.
I don’t say you should TRY to give them up, of course not, I don’t even know if carnivore could suit you ever, I just say that it’s amazing how much we may change. I didn’t even TRY to stop eating vegs, I just lost interest in them after hanging around for a longer time in carnivore threads despite doing vegetarian keto… And it wasn’t a tiny jump, I had to give up my vegs and nuts and my darling fruits and almost everything plant - and add meat. It’s big. But wasn’t a bad decision at all. Carnivore was easier than mere keto for me. And I didn’t consider vegetarian keto hard. Just lacking the proper amount of vegetables but that was in the past.
There are people who tried carnivore but found eating (for them) lots of plants better for their body and taste and whatnot. Carnivore can be extremely good for someone but it’s still not for everyone. And we are at different parts of our journey anyway. I couldn’t even do keto 10 years ago, I tried and quit in 1-2 days. I had to be ready for it.
Yeah… I went keto, learned to make fried cauliflower and promptly banned when I realized I physically can’t eat less than 1kg cauliflower when I start to eat that stuff… And anyway, veg carbs add up quickly. It didn’t help that I always hated most green leaves… If you like them, that makes it easier.
One trick of mine was eating a bigger than usual part of my vegs raw. 1kg fried veg is just a tiny snack (and it gave me too much fat too) but 1kg raw veg? That’s A TON (except if it contains a lot of tomatoes), I never went close to that. So I had a little cooked veg and as much raw as I wanted, basically. I like raw vegs but a little is enough and it’s more fresh, juicy, crunchy, somehow MORE than the cooked ones. Cooked vegs are just normal food, I easily eat 1 kg and as it doesn’t satiate me, I can eat more for the same meal.
So… Use raw vegs if you like them and just a bit anyway. Not as a main dish. It was tricky for me as even with 40g net carbs, I can’t afford vegetable dishes anymore. Maybe soup if I was careful. So I ate eggs and oily seeds with some vegs. Vegs couldn’t be the main thing though they were important.
And that’s why I ate so many cakes and other sweets on keto, I had to keep my carbs low enough… If I touched vegs, that brought carbs like nothing else.
Of course now I have meat and I only eat desserts when I want them (and that happens at every meal but a little may be enough as it hasn’t the old importance). It’s much better this way.