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Vegan Mashup will feature three regular chefs, as well as guest cooks.Vegan Mashup will feature three regular chefs, as well as guest cooks.

WATCH: PBS Launching Vegan Cooking Show

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Get ready to set your DVR to PBS, because this fall, the channel is launching an all-vegan cooking show.

Featuring three regular chefs and a rotation of guest stars, “Vegan Mashup” is set to air six episodes. Each half-hour episode will focus on a theme, such as teen food, cheap eats, and appetizers.

The show, which is produced by Delicious TV, stars Toni Fiore, Terry Hope Romero and Miyoko Schinner. Weekly guests, such as Elizabeth Fraser and Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, add the “mashup” component,

So, what can you expect from the new series? According to producer Betsy Carson, “‘Vegan Mashup’ is a spin-off of my last show. I wanted to get more chefs and get more people cooking, and to show how popular plant-based recipes are.”

“We’re really trying to focus on good, healthy food you can prepare in quantity on a budget,” adds Fiore.

The Delicious TV site says that Fiore will focus on “easy, healthy dishes with a kick.” Romero will bring Latin-inspired food to the table, while Schinner will focus on her Japanese heritage and love of vegan cheese.

Initially, the show launched an Indigogo campaign to raise production funds. The campaign didn’t meet its goal, but several nonprofits stepped up to help make the show happen. “Vegan Mashup” is sponsored by Friends of Animals, Maine Animal Coalition, Boston Vegetarian Society and A Well-Fed World. Want to get involved? The show is accepting new sponsors in hopes of launching a second season.

“I’m hoping to get more sponsors so we can roll right into another season,” says Carson. “A lot of (PBS) shows will get giant sponsors for $100,000 to $400,000. I’d like raise another $10,000.”

“Vegan Mashup” will begin airing in September. It will be available to PBS channels nationwide, although each local affiliate will determine whether or not to air the show.

Check out the chefs in action below:

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  • veganamericanprincess

    Excellent!!!! Can’t wait for new PBS show!! I’m tired of watching Rachael Ray telling us to “eyeball” the “EEEVOOO”! http://veganamericanprincess.com

  • So awesome! Can’t wait to watch this show!

  • Xremyx

    too bad the ad facing is for nature’s recipe cat food…made with real fish or chicken as the #1 ingredient…unfortunate product placement

  • CarmelStarGirl

    I have been waiting for a vegan cooking show!

  • Betsy Carson


    Thanks for sharing our project. I’m the producer of Vegan Mashup and i just wanted to clarify that this is not a PBS prodcution. Its an independent production by Delicious TV that will air on public television stations beginning in September. If you’d like to support the completion of season one you can make a contribution or pre-order the DVD at http://www.delicioustv.com

    Thanks again!
    Betsy Carson
    Vegan Mashup producer

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