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Inside Vegan Chef Jason Wrobel's New Cooking Channel Show (Video)

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The buzz for Jason Wrobel’s new vegan series on the Cooking Channel has been steadily growing over social media the last few days. Clearly, people are eager for some delicious, simple, super-healthy grub to kick off 2013.

As we mentioned earlier, the new series is called “How to Live to 100” and will feature Jason making dishes like cilantro lime pesto pasta, black bean chickpea salad, and coconut yogurt with fresh figs and apples.

Also on Ecorazzi: 10 Amazing Vegan Cookbooks to Kick Off 2013

For those not familiar with the man, Jason’s career is a highlight reel of cooking awards, celebrity fans, and an expertise in vegan and raw cuisine. Whitney Lauritsen, famously known for her Eco-Vegan Gal brand, recently sat down with Jason to learn a bit more about his new show – and how he plans on making everything simple, fun, and extremely tasty (and also fit six recipes into one half-hour show!). Seriously, I dare you not to salivate as he lists off the meals he has planned for the first several episodes. Damn.

Check it out below! “How to Live to 100” premieres this Sunday (January 6th) and 8PM ET/5PM PST.

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  • http://ecovegangal.com/ Eco-Vegan Gal

    Thank you so much for sharing this – we are so excited!!!

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