A vegan cooking show that is currently on Dr. Oz’s OzTube debuted
New vegan cooking show on May 5th Global Bites with Eddie Garza debuted on new on-demand digital video platform Dr. Oz’s OzTube. Eddie Garza is a vegan chef, cookbook writer, food and nutrition program manager for the Humane Society of the United States, and VegNews magazine’s food columnist who advocates reforming food systems in marginalized communities. For his new show, Garza takes viewers on a global culinary journey with dishes such as Roman pasta carbonara, Valencian paella, Lebanese maghmour and Cuban ropa vieja, often accompanied by vegan celebrities such as model and TV presenter Daisy Fuentes.
The first season of the show will have 15 episodes, the first three of which premier on May 5th and new episodes will be streamed every Wednesday thereafter. OzTube – managed by the international streaming media company Jungo TV, operated by Dr. Oz Co-Founded – Consists of bespoke programs from experts in the fields of health, wellness, meditation, food, living, fitness and beauty as an existing Dr. Oz content.
“I’m really excited to be working with Dr. Oz to bring vegan cooking into the mainstream. More and more people are switching to plant-centric diets, and I hope Global Bites with Eddie Garza will help them make that transition, ”Garza told VegNews. “My show will feature classic comfort foods from around the world that are made vegan – from Valencian paella to New Orleans-style po boys and Greek lemon and basil cheesecake.”
Demand for vegan cooking shows
Several new vegan cooking shows have gone online in the past few years. In 2019 New day New cook, hosted by Jane Velez-Mitchell, debuted on Amazon Prime Video and has since been honored, expanded internationally, and is currently entering the next season.
Last year vegan cannabis cooking competition High kitchen debuted on Amazon Prime Video. The 12-episode series challenges Los Angeles vegan chefs to create the most innovative dishes after they get high, while discussing the creative culinary inspiration they get from consuming cannabis. And in the UK, teenage vegan chef Omari McQueen landed his own show on CBBC – a children’s channel operated by the BBC – called What is Omari cooking?