'Avant Garde Vegan' Gaz Oakley To Launch Vegan Christmas Book

The book includes a highly requested recipe Yorkshire pudding
Gaz Oakley Avant Garde Vegan
Oakley's last cookbook Vegan 100 was a huge success (Photo: Facebook)

Massively popular vegan chef Gaz Oakley of hit YouTube channel Avant Garde Vegan has launched the presale of his soon-be-released vegan Christmas cookbook.

Behind the scenes

The pro chef gave viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the cookbook on his YouTube channel - including the food photography which was a six-day process in itself.

He promises the result will be 'incredible' pictures of 'indulgent, show-stopping vegan food'.

The classic and adapted Christmas themed recipes include yorkshire pudding, Christmas curry, kebab, and a vegan beef roast.



Vegan Christmas: Over 70 amazing vegan recipes for the festive season and holidays - which will follow his smash hit book Vegan 100 - is available for presale online now.

The upcoming release is set for September.

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