BOSH! Healthy Vegan

BOSH! Healthy Vegan

Ian Theasby

Henry Firth

ISBN
9780008352950
Pub date
26/12/2019
Imprint
HQ
Binding
Paperback
Format
A4 189x246mm
Extent
240 pages
Price
£16.99
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Book Overview


As seen on ITV’s Living on the Veg

Healthy eating never looked so good

From the #1 Sunday Times bestselling authors
‘An invaluable guide to how to eat and live healthily while following a plant-based diet.’ Dr Rupy Aujla, The Doctor’s Kitchen

Henry and Ian are on a mission to help you eat and feel better, using only the power of plants!

With 80 delicious, plant-based recipes and nourishing meal plans to help you stay on track whatever your goal, this book is your ticket to a healthier, happier life.

Try the fresh flavours of a Zingy Watermelon Salad or Jammin’ Jambalaya, and indulge in a Not-that-Naughty Burger or Salted Caramel Apple Crumble with Custard, safe in the knowledge that a healthy diet doesn’t have to mean deprivation.

Packed full of nutrition hacks and lifestyle tips that BOSH! have learnt throughout their journey, BOSH! Healthy Vegan shows you how the power of plants can transform your wellbeing, for good.

About the author


Lifelong friends from Sheffield, Henry and Ian are the guys behind BOSH! – the biggest plant-based video channel on Facebook. Totally powered by plants, BOSH! create mouthwatering meat- and dairy-free recipes that are shared across the globe, reaching over 26 million people a month.

Reviews


  • ‘The Holy Bible of plant-based recipes…the ultimate book to get started with cooking plant-based food this Veganuary’. Dailymail.co.uk
  • ‘a dynamo of plant-based power that will boost your mood and have you jumping around the kitchen’ Yorkshire Food Guide
  • ‘full of great vegan alternatives for all your favourite dishes’ Good To Know
  • Praise for BOSH!‘The Vegan Jamie Olivers’ The Times‘The Ant and Dec of the vegan world.’ Heat‘The new stars of plant-based eating.’ Mail on Sunday‘Plant and Dec’ The Sun‘Satisfied even this die-hard carnivore’ Sunday Telegraph‘Inspiring’ Guardian