YouTube Food Channels to Follow

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The past few years have been all about good food and perfect looking meals. There is a vast range of content published online on the behalf of different bloggers, vloggers or video makers. 

There is no denying that YouTubers have taken over the Internet showcasing their skills and creativity with food to produce decent content – cooking videos. Whether you’re a food freak or not, you may wish to have a look at the list of just a few of the YouTube cooking channels that have expanded significantly over the past few years. 

 

1. AVENTGARDEVEGAN

Gaz Oakley, a vegan chef from Cardiff, worked as a professional chef for a number of years before going vegan over 2 years ago. He combines his culinary knowledge and skills to produce and present “the best in exciting vegan recipes every Sunday”. His creativity and passion are visible to the naked eye. This young man’s debut cookbook ‘Vegan 100: Over 100 incredible recipes from Avant-Garde Vegan’ was published January 25, 2018, and includes his best vegan recipes.  

The link to his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCF-ACPYNN0oXD4ihS5mbbmw/featured  

 

2. THE HAPPY PEAR

Another vegan place owned by twin brothers from Dublin, David and Stephen Flynn. They started out back in 2004 with a small veg shop and have slowly been building the brand for 14 years. First came the shop, the café, followed by the farm, the product range and the roastery. Later on, Flynn twins decided to launch their own Youtube channel as well as Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram. Both are very passionate and enthusiastic which contributes to their content.  

Follow this link to their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/happypeargreystones/featured  

 

3. PICK UP LIMES

Healthy foods by a Canadian foodie and Dietetics graduate. Her focus is to live a vibrant and uncomplicated life fueled by plant-based foods: “Pick Up Limes was created as a medium to share uncomplicated vegan recipes that are nutritious, delicious and visually appealing”. Sadia shares food videos, informative articles and healthy recipes with her audience.  

This is the link to her channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq2E1mIwUKMWzCA4liA_XGQ/featured  

 

4. THE DOMESTIC GEEK

This is something for meat-eaters! Sara Lynn Cauchon launched her YouTube channel in 2014 and has earned over a million subscribers since then. Her fresh, fuss-free approach to healthy cooking has been appreciated by her audience. Sara published new videos every Monday and Thursday. She is also a dynamic motivational speaker and inspires others to take action!  

Check out her channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/thedomesticgeek1/featured  

Do you follow any other foodie YouTubers? Let us know at radar@rguunion.co.uk

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