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Amazing Vegan Cooking Videos by Veggietorials

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The cooking video world is vast and ever-expanding as more and more bloggers experiment with this complex medium to craft inspiring, helpful, funny and delicious looking cooking tutorials and mini shows. And when I recently discovered Veggietorials YouTube channel I knew I had to share it with the world. From a must-see, creative-fun post on sticky buns, to a genius tutorial on making KimChi Fried Rice Balls, this is one YouTube channel to check out! And YouTube seems to agree, since Cobi’s channel is an “On the Rise” YouTube nominee for February! Get the scoop on Cobi and watch her videos! And maybe muster up the courage to make some sticky buns (with Cobi’s help!)..

Head over to Veggietorials You Tube Channel for more videos!
Veggietorials website

And you can vote for Veggietorials in YouTube’s “On the Rise” competition here!
(To vote: Click the “check mark” next to Veggietorials and click the “X” next to the three other names. It’s important to do both)

image: Cobi Kim, Veggietorials (video screenshot)

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Read more from Kathy on her blog, Healthy. Happy. Life. Get Kathy’s book, 365 Vegan Smoothies: Boost Your Health With a Rainbow of Fruits and Veggies, available on Amazon.

Follow Kathy on Facebook and Twitter for updates!

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