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HarperCollins Publishers (AU)
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Speedy BOSH!: Over 100 New Quick and Easy Plant-Based Meals in 30 Minutes from the Authors of the Highest Selling Vegan Cookbook Ever Kindle Edition
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‘Fast and flipping fresh’ Metro
‘A global phenomenon’ YOU Magazine
‘The new stars of plant-based eating’MAIL ON SUNDAY
‘The vegan Jamie Olivers’ THE TIMES
‘The Ant and Dec of the vegan world’.HEAT
‘Plant and Dec’ THE SUN
‘Satisfied even this die-hard carnivore’ SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
‘BOSH! have made veganism genuinely cool’ DAILY MAIL
Praise for BOSH! The Cookbook:
“A really great cookbook with over 140 recipes to use every day.” HAIRY BIKERS
“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 – just showcasing delicious, comforting food that happens to be meat free.” BBC Radio 4--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B086HFXQTZ
- Publisher : HQ; 1st edition (17 September 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 248236 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 288 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 156,944 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Extensive range of meals which can be cooked in under 20 minutes.
Cook with ease due to detailed and clear method set out for each recipe.
Most ingrediants in the recipes used so far are common and affordable.
I bought this book because I absolutely love my other Bosh cookbook.
However to make to food 'fast' corners have been cut and alot of the ingredients are packaged, unhealthy or instant rather than fresh.
Less love goes into the cooking. And you can taste that.
Top reviews from other countries
The instructions are nuttier than a box of frogs, halfway through you will be questioning if it was written by different people in different time zones, by the time you finish you'll realise that if you follow it in any order other than printed it will make more sense.
Purchase this if you like blending puzzles with cooking and time travel.
As soon as I heard this book was coming out, I preordered and even made 2 of the recipes from watching the videos online the week before the book was released. I made the Sloppy Joe Dogs as written and unfortunately there was way too much marmite included. They asked for 35g and I thought that’s a bit much, surely a tsp would suffice but decided to trust the recipe and go with it but I should have trusted my gut, it was waaay too much and totally overpowered the dish rendering it unedible and I do usually like Marmite. I will definitely make this again but will just use a tsp next time.
Next up I tried the goulash with dumplings which in reality was just a vegetable stew with caraway seeds. The dumplings were awesome but the stew was bland and boring but I repurposed it as a Chilli a couple of days later.
The speedy Spag Bol had me blending sausages and veg into a grey paste in the food processor Before cooking which I found rather unappealing and also not that speedy, any recipe that has me cracking open the food processor is hardly quick in my opinion. I wasn’t convinced by the ingredients either, juice of an orange and a cinnamon stick in Bolognese? I didn’t like this at all however my daughter did and ate a big portion for her tea so perhaps it’s not bad, it’s just me.
I have several other recipes bookmarked to try so I won’t write it off just yet. There are several delicious sounding recipes and gorgeous photographs to drool over and I do appreciate a book which concentrates on dishes you can put together in a hurry.
Not really speedy if you want fresh ingredients.