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VegNews Magazine March/April 2018

The world’s best-selling plant-based magazine, VegNews is packed with delicious vegan recipes, wellness tips, travel, beauty, fashion, interviews, taste tests, must-have cookbooks, and so much more. Find out why this magazine is beloved by subscribers everywhere, and continues to win nearly every magazine award in the industry. Subscribe today!

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feeling green

Each of the four seasons has something totally magnificent that I look forward to celebrating, and when springtime finally arrives, that list is a mile long. First comes that shared excitement as we all shake off those last remnants of the frosty winter and prepare to embrace the sunnier days to come. Then, like clockwork, comes the highly anticipated arrival of new fruit and vegetables at the farmers’ market (I am counting the days until perfectly plump strawberries appear!). I can’t help but be filled with gratitude for every extra moment of daylight, and I relish the chance to spend more time outdoors riding my bike instead of driving my car, strolling along the ocean first thing in the morning, and experiencing the bountiful beauty of nature as it reawakens…

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colleen's fab 5

Want to know my favorite recipes of the issue? It’s nearly impossible to name just five, but here are my absolute must-makes: Caprese Toast with Pine Nut Ricotta (p.39) How can something so simple taste so divine? I love this easy-to-make ricotta on rustic bread piled high with cherry tomatoes, basil, and balsamic glaze. Malibu Barbie Quinoa (p.40) Pink-hued quinoa with chives and fresh lemon zest? Where have you been all my life! Samosa-Stuffed Potatoes (p.48) The humble baked potato gets a dazzling makeover in this Indianspiced, entrée-worthy spud. Vanilla Matcha Custard (p.50) If you thought matcha was just for tea, wait until you get a spoonful of this creamy coconut-based pudding that had us dreaming in green. Nut Butter Taste Test (p.52) Though technically not a recipe, there are myriad ways to incorporate our top 10 nut butter picks…

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your say

VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS “Ooooh, we can’t wait to cozy up and dig into the latest Health+Wellness issue of @VegNews.”@rootsmkt“Happy New Year, beautiful people! First breakfast of the year.”@vegangirl77“Good morning with a great magazine.”@katlynsveganlife Tag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine! “There is an alternative to all those boring magazines you read just once before discarding. The January+February 2018 issue of VegNews will remain on your reading table, long-term. VegNews is like a vegan road map.” Robert Cohen VEGNEWS.COM MUST-READS! 1. The Best Craft Beers for a Vegan St. Patrick’s Day 2. Vegan Easter Recipes You Need to Try 3. Eco-Friendly Vegan Beauty Companies for Earth Day 4. DIY Vegan Products to Help with Spring Cleaning 5. A Guide to Creating the Most Idyllic Vegan Picnic “Made the Chickpea Noodle…

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contributors/

1 Chloe Coscarelli Fun Food, p.38 Where I live: New York, NY Veg for: 15 years Go-to breakfast: An “everything” bagel with tofu cream cheese Favorite smoothie blend: Pitaya, frozen banana, hemp hearts, and almond milk Favorite spring vegetable: Steamed artichokes with melted vegan garlic butter Nut butter obsession: Homemade peanut sauce—drizzled on everything Must-have kitchen tool: Mini offset spatula Favorite social media star: @fullyrawkristina because that girl glows with beauty and kindness 2 Nora Kovaleski A Day in the Life, p.32 Where I live: San Jose, CA Veg for: Two years Go-to breakfast: Oatmeal with fruit, coconut, flaxseed, maca, and maple syrup Favorite smoothie blend: Mango, banana, orange, spinach, kale, and ginger Favorite spring vegetable: Asparagus Nut butter obsession: Creamy peanut butter Must-have kitchen tool: Immersion blender Spring cleaning tip: Put on a playlist that makes you want to boogie 3 Jamey Scott Down Home Diner, p.54 Where I live: Dallas,…

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ballpark bites

FOOD / HEALTH / ENVIRONMENT / ANIMALS / BUZZ Dodger Nacho Helmet Dodger Stadium LOS ANGELES, CA During a home game, vegan Angelenos know to go for this cheesy treasure of tortilla chips topped with refried beans, pico de gallo, and vegan cheese, all served in a 64-ounce souvenir helmet. Vegan Chik’n Shawarma Wrigley Field CHICAGO, IL CHICAGO, IL Non-carnivorous Cubs fans can chow down on spicy vegan chicken folded into a warm, toasted pita with hummus, shredded lettuce, tomato, and red onion. Guadalupe Burger Yankee Stadium BRONX, NY Introduced in 2017, Bareburger’s signature vegan offering—a black bean patty with pickled red onions, tomatoes, alfalfa sprouts, and guacamole on a sprouted bun— satisfies even the most ravenous Aaron Judge fans. Americans are flocking to their local stadiums to cheer for their favorite teams, guzzle down mugs of beer, and indulge in fully loaded…

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food+health/now

Domino’s has officially added vegan cheese to its menu at more than 600 of its Australian restaurants. Customers can now opt for Follow Your Heart mozzarella and choose from three dairy-free pies such as the Vegan Avocado Veg, Vegan Margherita, and Vegan Spicy Veg Trio. Excuse us while we grab our passports. $3.9 billion The amount the plant-based cheese market is expected to be worth by 2024, according to market research firm Bharat Book Bureau. We estimate that our vegan nacho habit accounts for roughly half of that figure. The highly anticipated, James Cameron-produced vegan documentary The Game Changers debuted at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim. In the film, narrator James Wilks dispels common myths linked to meat consumption and masculinity through the visible advantages elite athletes have gained on…

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