Major New Vegan Cooking Show Launches On Amazon Prime


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Kirly-Sue (aka Susanne Kirlew) is the star of the new cookery show on Amazon Prime (Photo: Supplied to Plant Based News)  - Media Credit:

A new vegan cooking show launched on Amazon Prime Video in the U.K. and U.S. this week.

Kirly-Sue’s Global Kitchen, which stars vegan cook author, presenter & YouTuber Kirly-Sue (aka Susanne Kirlew), is a three-part series filmed in the UK and on location in Montego Bay Jamaica.

The show aims to ‘highlight how easy it can be to cook tasty vegan meals using fresh ingredients’. It brings together vegan cooking, travel, and a panel of taste-testers.

‘Nothing on this scale’

According to the show’s production team, while there have been vegan cookery shows, there has been ‘nothing on this scale’ – with multi-country locations, drone footage, and a large team of participants.

The program follows Kirly-Sue – who also has executive producer credits on the show – travel to where food is grown overseas and also to see how it is cooked locally. She then reproduces the dish in her U.K. kitchen and gives it to a panel of non-vegan taste testers who taste and rate the dishes.

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Kirlew said: “This is a good time for a cooking show like this because of the huge interest there has been in vegan / plant-based cooking. The last couple of years have been great when it comes to the heightened awareness in society of plant-based alternatives.”

You can watch Kirly-Sue’s Global Kitchen on Amazon prime here

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