A vegan chef has raised enough money to make the pilot episode of a plant-based cookery show.
London-based chef Day Radley launched a crowdfunding campaign last month in order to make a show aimed at bringing plant-based cookery to the masses.
The program, Just Good Food, will showcase simple and healthy plant-based recipes, and the pilot will be made by a team of three women - all accomplished in their fields of food and media.
Chef Day Radley told PBN: "We hit our target a whole week before the deadline.
"This shows how much people want a vegan cooking program in the UK.
"There is a huge audience for it, and it's not just vegans want this, but also people who are reducing meat and dairy."
You can find out more about the project here.
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