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BOSH! competition

BOSH! competition

The fastest selling vegan cookbook of all time, BOSH!, has taken the cookery world by storm, offering delicious all-plant recipes that are fast and simple to make. And you could win your very own copy, plus a Kenwood Classic Food Processor worth £190! Five runners-up will also receive a copy of the book.

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 1.8 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! The Cookbook, Ian and Henry share over 140 of their favourite go-to breakfasts, crowd-pleasing party pieces, hearty dinners, sumptuous desserts and incredible sharing cocktails.

The book is jam-packed with fun, unpretentious and satisfying recipes, including Creamy Mac and Greens, Burrito Samosas, the Big Bhaji Burger, the World’s Best Pesto Lasagne, Satay Sweet Potato BOSH! Bowl, Spanish Beach Churros, Gooey PBJ Brownies and Salted Caramel Chocolate Crunch Tart, all 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! The Cookbook is your plant-based bible.

BOSH! is published by HQ and is available online and from all good booksellers.

 

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How to enter

Simply fill in the form and answer the question below by 11am 6 July to be in with the chance of winning a Kenwood mixer and a copy of the BOSH! cookbook. 

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