Do you want your potted herbs to stop dying on you? Do you want to find out what do with plants and weeds found in your garden? Listen up as we have three garden experts this week to share their secrets on how to grow your own vegan paradise.
Vegans living life on the veg – This week we try to move away from the comfort of fried food and focus on a part of your dinner plate that doesn’t get quite enough attention. We have three guests this week to show us how to turn a vegetable front and centre!
Are you craving a steaming hot bowl of veggies curled up on the sofa? Or wondering what do to with your left-over squash from Halloween? Listen to this week’s episode of The Vegan Life podcast where Jake Yapp and the panel of experts discuss seasonal cooking at its best! You will hear the guests trying to save a listener’s marriage by bringing texture to a stew. We hear all about what vegetables should go into a stew and some great tips for elevating this midweek comfort. You get a 101 on grilling vegetables and whether or not we should be…
We are joined this week by a perfect panel who give us some delicious gluten-free recipes and tips on how to combine veganism and gluten-free, which up until now we thought was a tricky thing to do!
The nights are drawing in, you can feel the change of the season in the air, you know what you need? A bowl of something delicious. And all the best dinners start with a good sauce!
We have a wild episode this week as we are joined by three wonderful and enthusiastic guests who end up singing, laughing a lot and overall being completely joyous. We have Amy Lanza from Nourishing Amy, Daniel Farrow head chef and founder of The Gatherers restaurant in Norfolk and Josie Clemens from Hell’s Kitchen.
This week we have got a subject that is close to almost everyone’s heart. So sit down and relax as we give you 40 minutes of pure vegan cheese heaven with our pizza special!
The Vegan Life Podcast has returned with season 2 and this week we bring you two experts in fermentation, Nena Foster and Lauren Lovatt. Our panel give a low down on what it is to ferment going into great detail about the process. We guarantee that you will go from novice to know-how in just one episode.
Vegan Middle East. We are at our last stop of the vegan world tour and some would say we have left the best till last. We are stopping at the colourful and vibrant Middle East. This area of the world has paved the way with vegan food and a lot of our favourite vegan dishes are from this area. However our guests actually say that their culture doesn’t really understand the vegan lifestyle and explain that their family does not know why you wouldn’t want meat on your plate.
Hola! This week we are off to sunny Spain and we are joined by The Spanish Chef – Omar Allibhoy. Omar is the founder of Tapas Revolution, the critically-applauded Spanish tapas restaurant group.
This episode we are doing the classical cuisine, we go to France! We start off the episode with the vegan holy grail of questions; can a vegan soufflé be achieved? And Alexis answered by saying “what pervert would want to make a soufflé with a 50% chance of success”. The panel agreed and laughed at Alexis’s bluntness.
Fancy some Vegan Caribbean Food? Another episode and another stop on the world tour, We are going to the Caribbean and this week our panel are more than just chefs as we combine food and music from our amazing guests.
Vegan Thai Food. We are back with a spicy episode and this week the Vegan Life Podcast delves into the Thai cuisine where coconut, galangal and vegan shrimp paste are life.
Another week of the world tour and we are back with a delicious bang as we travel to India. We are joined by ambassadors of the Indian cuisine, Anjula Devi a food consultant for Manchester United, arguably the biggest football club in the world, Jomon Kuriakose head chef of The LaLIT London as well as appearing on Celebrity Masterchef in 2018 and Samah Dada who has a cooking show on NBC TODAY show, yes it was a glamourous panel this week, to say the least!
Continuing our world tour, this week we have stopped off in Mexico and have been joined by Denise Vallejo a fine dinning chef, with a background in Mexican folk medicine.
Ivan Castro owner of Plant Based Mexican restaurant La Bartola and Eddie Garza, the host of Global Bites on OzTube and cookbook author of Salud! Vegan Mexican Cookbook.
This week we’re off on a whistle stop tour of Africa, in particular Nigeria, Ethiopia and Ghana as we are joined by three top chefs Tomi Makanjuola, Helen – aka Ethiopian Foodie and Afia Amoako.
First off the guests chat to Jake about Jollof Rice and give us some great tips for cooking the various localised versions. It’s one of those dishes that everyone has a recipe for but no one has exact measurements. Typical, but it’s fun experimenting.
With this year’s holiday plans severely restricted, our favourite destinations red listed, not to mention the UK itself on red lists around the world, we thought we’d bring the world to you through food.
It’s a raw vegan food special, sort of, and the wheels came off the podcast, but we kept valiantly on. Featuring Hell’s Kitchen’s first vegan contestant, Josie Clemens, and, fleetingly, Sheila Hanney, from a boat.
Say Cheeeeeese! for the vegan cheese podcast.
The best tips for making vegan cheese that don’t involve straining your ground nuts through a marathon tap dancer’s sock. Our guests this week have experimented with plenty of other methods and ingredients though, some of which will surprise you. It’s all about complexed flavours that include salty, sweetie, fatty, savoury, umami and a b’ass dollop of funkiness. Can I say that?
Anton Petrov re-joins Jake, together with Joshua Katcher, & Isa Chandra to teach you how to make the best vegan cheeses out there.
No Vegan Food Waste Here
No time (or anything else) to waste this week as the team go absolutely bananas, quite literally. You’ll never throw away another skin again after this episode. Celine Steen and Laura Gaga dispense great home economics tips to keep the waste in your bin to a min.. imum.
What do you do with tofu… the Lady Gaga club re-mix is not to be missed! And an old vegetable comes back to haunt Jake.
Bosh! It’s a Vegan Fakeaway Special! The boys from Bosh! take time out from their fifth birthday preparations to share their secrets to making your favourite takeaway foods tasty and plant-based – and answer the question that has haunted humankind through the ages: Pineapple on Pizza – Yes or No?
Kale Chip Off The Old Block – A Vegan Kids’ Food Special
Looking for inspiration for your kid’s dinner other than Tofu twizzlers can be a tad challenging because let’s face it, kids don’t like veg. This episode takes playing with your food to a whole new level, literally, and gives you a heap of tips and tricks for sneaking more veg in under of the small people’s radar.
Vegan Chocolate Special with Fran Costigan, Beth from Vecreation, and Rob from Crave Free-From chocolate dispense advice on that most covetable of foodstuffs, from tempering, to some frankly out-there truffle flavours. Plus you’ll get to hear the inside story on how this particular episode was beset by a barrage of problems. And… It’s episode 13. I mean, COME ON.
For the The Vegan Dark Art of Seitan Making we are joined by three experts in the field of plant-based food’s weirdest and most wonderful mock-meat manufacturing who tell you how to hubble and bubble without too much toil and trouble. Learn how to make seitan with Steve Swindon, Jana Pinheiro and Brian Manowitz. Hosted by Jake Yapp.
We defy you not to be utterly charmed by Steve and Dave, aka the Happy Pear, as they share the secrets of better gut health… And also do handstands, which is something of a first for this podcast. The brothers have great tips for living and eating better and feeling perkier. Don’t worry, though, there’s still a great burger recipe. Listen to more Vegan Podcasts
There’s no need to briquette if you’ve got an upcoming vegan BBQ – special guests Rukmini Iyer and Derek Sarno of Wicked Healthy are here to help, with awesome ideas for something more exciting than a frozen veggieburger for your plant-based barbecue. Pockmarked tofu, anyone…?
For the Vegan Seafood Episode Jake Yapp is joined by Chad Sarno of Wicked Food and Good Catch, and Edward Daniel, former chair of the Vegan Society and creator of @ethivegan to tackle the trickiest vegan substitution of them all – seafood. From plant-based tuna, to scallops, to calamari, they have answers that will definitely surprise you – plus: How much of the beach can you actually eat? More than you might think…
Vegan Desserts anyone? Richard Makin, Lucy Joseph and Tomi Makanjuola join Jake Yapp for the best bit of any meal – the desserts. Plant-based brownies, cheesecakes, cakes and ice cream abound, and Richard outs himself as an Eggy Boy.
Jake Yapp is joined by Ashley Hankins, Liv B and Sam Turnbull to wallow in the warm, greasy embrace of plant-based and vegan comfort food. Steaks, burgers, burritos and, er, wooden dowel. And some beetroot snuck in there at one point, but don’t worry, we whipped it out.