BOSH! to host a new 10-part vegan cookery TV series on ITV

BOSH! to host a new 10-part vegan cookery TV series on ITV

Read Time:   |  20th November 2019

Vegan chefs and internet chef sensations Henry Firth and Ian Theasby of BOSH! will be fronting a new 10-part vegan cookery series on ITV. 

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Dynamic duo BOSH! are set to star in a new 10-part vegan cookery series, Living On The Veg, to show just how accessible and tasty vegan cooking can be.

Airing in early 2020, the new series will consist of 10 60-minute episode and will see BOSH! cooking up their favourite recipes to tempt the public to give vegan cuisine a try.

The show will air on Sunday mornings and will see the pair be joined by guests in the kitchen to help them cook up their signature fuss-free recipes.

Living On The Veg will show audiences how to cook up a wide range of vegan dishes from pizzas and burgers to pies, big breakfasta and decadent desserts, all without meat and dairy.

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Henry and Ian said: “We are beyond excited to be sharing even more vegan recipes with the world and show people just how easy and delicious plant-based cooking can be.

“We’ll be sharing our top hacks and tips so that you can wow any dish. Whether you’re a fully fledged vegan or just want to cut down on meat and dairy, this series will have something for everyone.”

Michael Connock, Executive Producer for the programme’s creators, Rock Oyster Media, added: “Rock Oyster Media is delighted to be working with Ian and Henry, dishing up plate after plate of their unique blend of wholesome and delicious food.  

“With the subject of diet taking such a prominent place in the climate change debate it seems timely and relevant to be producing a programme about plant-based food.”

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