YouTube Sensation 'The Edgy Veg' Launches 'Revolutionary' New Vegan Cookbook

The recipes are comfort food classics - and they look delicious
 

Candice Hutchings - host of YouTube sensation The Edgy Veg - has released a new vegan cookbook, which has been described as 'revolutionary'.

The book - which is stuffed with 138 recipes - was inspired by her channel, which has racked up more than 250,000 subscribers and 630,000 monthly views.

Recipes include the channel's trademark offerings, like Cream Cheese Bagels, Cobb Your Enthusiasm Salad, and Buffalo Cauliflower Wings 7 Ways.

Humor

Hutchings, who describes herself as the 'host, chef, and resident food scientist of The Edgy Veg, set the channel up with husband James Aita.

They wanted to cater for comfort food-loving vegans with a sense of humor, and according to a spokesperson: "With recipes that take vegan cooking to the next level, tips and tricks for eating like an Edgy Veg, and more dad jokes than you can count, say hello to a vegan cookbook that you — and your tastebuds — can feel good about. 

"It's time to put down that spiralizer and get ready to have your cake, burger and fries, and eat them too!" 

 

Check out PBN's video with The Edgy Veg

Approval

The spokesperson added: "No type of food is off limits and everything in the book has received the signature carnivore stamp of approval from her husband James and their friends and family.

"You'll find brunch staples, munchies, not-boring salads, cocktails, sweet endings, more mains than you can count and everything in between. 

"Candice also breaks down the essentials on how to make meat and dairy replacements that are so good you won't even miss the real thing. 

"She also offers extensive advice on how to stock a vegan kitchen and pantry, which both experienced chefs and first-time vegan cooks will love."

The cookbook is now available now 

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