BOSH! are back with the ultimate money-saving, plant-based cookbook.
Number one Sunday Times bestselling authors Henry and Ian know how to make outrageously tasty, super satisfying food without breaking the bank. In BOSH! on a Budget, they share over 80 delicious and hearty recipes, proving once and for all that great tasting food doesn’t have to cost the earth.
If you’re looking to save a few pennies or even some serious dough, BOSH! have you covered. From Quick & Delish mid-week dinners to Big & Hearty comfort food; Breakfasts & Brunches that supercharge the family to unbelievably tasty Sweets & Treats, this book is full of perfect pocket-friendly plant-based deliciousness.
Packed with money-saving hacks and batch cooking tips and tricks, you’ll be a total pro at thrifty cooking in no time. Whether you’re living completely meat-free, or just looking to introduce more meat-, dairy- and egg-free meals into your week, this is the money-saving cookbook for you.
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 25 million people a month.
- Praise for BOSH!
- ‘I love the BOSH! boys, their energy and their totally original, exciting approach to simple, tasty plant-based food.’Anna Jones, author of A Modern Way to Eat
- ‘Ian Theasby and Henry Firth from “BOSH!” create simple and imaginative vegan recipes which are filmed and broadcast to over 1.4m Facebook users. Their videos are short, intoxicating, with no agenda or fuss.’BBC Radio 4
- ‘The Ant and Dec of the vegan world’Heat
- ‘Thanks to [their] inspiring videos of easy-to-whip-up recipes, such as a vegan kebab and a guacamole potato salad, BOSH! has racked up almost 1.4m likes on Facebook.’The Guardian
- ‘The vegan Jamie Olivers’ The Times
- ‘Provides insight into living life as a vegan. And the boys share their top tips on everything from nutrition, store cupboard essentials, food labelling, alcohol, takeaways, fashion, beauty, travel, food packaging and meal prep.’ Fit & Well magazine