8 YouTube Channels to Watch If You Love Cooking
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August 17, 2018
We’re obsessed with the foodie side of YouTube here at The Student Food Project HQ. Here are some of our team’s suggestions for their favourite YouTube shows. Check them out next time you’re avoiding doing uni work:

1. Bon Appétit

A great cooking channel with tons of recipes and foodie content. Start by checking out the recipes on their channel, then dive into a series like It’s Alive with Brad and Gourmet Makes with Claire. You’ll be hooked.

2. Binging with Babish

Watch Andrew recreate famous recipes from TV and film in this beautifully produced videos. Videos include the Thanksgiving Sandwich from Friends, Szechuan Sauce from Rick and Morty, the Corn balls from Arrested Development and of course the Spongebob Krabby Patty. He also has a series to help you master the basics, Basics with Babish.

3. Bosh.tv

If you’re a fan of vegan / plant-based food, this is the YouTube channel for you. You’ve probably seen their incredible recipe videos pop up on your Facebook feed or you might have seen their new book. Check out hundreds more recipes on their channel and give them a go!

4. Alex French Guy Cooking

If you’ve ever found yourself wishing cooking videos were more like a Casey Neistat vlog, this youtube channel is for you. Watch Alex build crazy inventions, make insane foods and have a great time doing it!

5. Campus Society

Vlogs on Campus is a series featuring some of the UK’s best student vloggers to help students master student life. In addition to some great cooking information, the channel also features loads more videos about exams, revision, stress, student accommodation, a-level results and getting a job.

6. Epicurious

We had to include Epicurious in this list because if you're a serious foodie, you'll love their Price Points series. Watch experts guess the prices of cheap and expensive food like cheese, coffee and chocolate. It's strangely addictive.

7. Get Curried

Follow these videos and learn how to make the most delicious curries and Indian food. Khana shows you step by step how to replicate authentic Indian recipes at home. 

8. Tastemade

There’s loads of cooking and food shows to check out over on Tastemade. We recommend At The Table, Raw Vegan Not Gross and EXAMPLE.

So there you go! If you’ve got a favourite cooking or food YouTube channel we need to check out, go ahead and tweet us @studentfooduk

Oh and by the way, we also have our own YouTube channel. It’s kind of empty at the moment but there’s more on the way. Subscribe if you want.

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