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BOSH!: Simple Recipes * Amazing Food * All Plants (Hardcover)
Want to cook ridiculously good plant-based food from scratch but have no idea where to start? With over 100 incredibly easy and outrageously tasty all-plants meals, BOSH! will be your guide.
Henry Firth and Ian Theasby, creators of the world’s biggest and fastest-growing plant-based platform, BOSH!, are the new faces of the food revolution.
Their online channels have well over one million fans and constantly inspire people to cook ultra-tasty and super simple recipes at home. Always ensuring they stick to fresh, supermarket-friendly ingredients, BOSH! truly is "plant-based food for everyone".
In BOSH!, Ian and Henry share more than 100 of their favorite go-to breakfasts, crowd-pleasing party pieces, hearty dinners, sumptuous desserts, and incredible sharing cocktails. The book is jam-packed with fun, unpretentious and mega satisfying recipes, easy enough to be rustled up any night of the week. It's enough to convince the staunchest of carnivores to give plants a whirl.
Whether you're already sold on the plant-based lifestyle or you simply want to incorporate more meat, dairy and egg-free meals into your week, BOSH! is your plant-based bible.
About the Author
Ian Theasby and Henry Firth are the founders of BOSH, the largest plant-based video channel on Facebook. They both adopted a plant-based lifestyle and in 2016 they started BOSH. In just two years they have generated a following that reaches over 25 million people a month. Best friends, Henry and Ian now live and work together at their BOSH! studio in London.
“From the guys behind the online video channel Bosh comes… the familiar, great combination of avocado and things tart, spicy, and green… It tasted like the best avocado toast ever, until I dipped a slice in a side dish of salsa verde, and then it became something else entirely wonderful.”
— Washington Post