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Dirty Vegan Show a Huge Hit

by | January 7, 2019

The first ever vegan cooking show on BBC Wales, Dirty Vegan has been received very well by viewers. Impressed viewers took to Twitter to show their approval for the show, with one Tweeter likening front-man Matt Pritchard to Nigella Lawson with tattoos, adding “what a cool fun show, that makes veganism relevant at last.”

Dirty Vegan Show a Huge Hit

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Dirty Vegan Show a Huge Hit

The first episode showed Pritchard, a former “head-banging lunatic” turned vegan chef, cook a plant-based feast for a women’s rugby team, next weeks episode will feature Pritchard baking vegan cakes for the Woman’s Institute.

The wild man turned ironman turned vegan back in 2015, after years of living a fast-paced risky lifestyle that was documented on MTV. He’s said if you told him twenty years ago that he’d be vegan one day, he would have laughed to his grave. The vegan chef will travel around Wales showing people the benefits of a plant-based diet, and so far the Brits are loving it.

One viewer tweeting how incredible it is to see a show like Dirty Vegan on BBC at prime time, promoting veganism and dispelling myths.

One tweet called for a #dirtyvegan challenge tagging professional whiner and outspoken tv host Piers Morgan.

Another can’t believe that Pritchard of Dirty Sanchez fame could ever be on BBC before eight o’clock, let alone promoting veganism.

“Proper enjoyed it, well done on all the food and making a meal for a big rugby team, proving that it’s not all #rabbitfood.”

Not only were viewers impressed with the vegan fare on the Dirty Vegan show, but a lot of props were also given to Pritchard for turning his life around, like a phoenix rising from the ashes. Showing that Pritchard is relatable to a wide audience. Good move, BBC.

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Julie Nealon

Associate Editor, New York USA | Contactable via Julie@raisevegan.com

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