New Jamaican-Inspired Vegan Cooking Show Launches On Amazon Prime
A Jamaican-inspired vegan cooking show has launched on Amazon Prime.
The show — Kirly-Sue’s Global Kitchen — is hosted by plant-based YouTuber Susanne Kirlew aka Kirly-Sue.
Filmed between Montego Bay, Jamaica and the UK, the series shows Kirly-Sue recreating Jamaican dishes to present to a panel of taste-testers.
“This is a good time for a cooking show like this because of the huge interest there has been in vegan/plant-based cooking,” said Kirlew.
“The last couple of years have been great when it comes to the heightened awareness in society of plant-based alternatives.”
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Vegan Cooking Show
Kirly-Sue’s Global Kitchen is a three-part series that sees the host sampling dishes in Jamaica before recreating them — with her own spin — in the UK.
The show — which is available to watch in the US and the UK — demonstrates how simple it is to make plant-based recipes with fresh ingredients.
“Easy To Follow Vegan Recipes”
In 2019, Kirlew released her first cookbook — Cooking With Kids — featuring child-friendly recipes.
“Cooking with Kids is filled with healthy, easy to follow vegan recipes that parents can cook alongside their children, as well as have fun and teach them in the process,” said Kirlew.
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