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VegNews Magazine November/December 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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with gratitude

Gratitude is more than just my go-to dining spot in California (I can’t get enough of the grain bowls, raw cheesecake, and creamy hazelnut lattes). It is a state of mind, and it’s how I consciously choose to navigate the world every day. Before I changed my mindset to revolve around gratitude, anything from financial stress to navigating personal relationships to the annual frenzy of the holiday season could wreak havoc on my nerves. While I am still far from mastering the art of zen, I do my best each day to stay calm, present, and grateful for whatever it is I am experiencing. I have found that there is power in turning frustrating moments into opportunities to be appreciative, and that in turn makes us wiser, stronger, and ultimately…

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let’s eat!

(Erin & Jeff Wysocarski)Seitan Lamb ChopsDazzle your dinner guests with this stunning holiday centerpiece created by The Sexy Vegan’s Brian Patton.White Wine-Braised Fennel with Herbed BreadcrumbsA little white wine, golden raisins, and a layer of toasted breadcrumbs elevate a simple vegetable to the next level.Spiced Pumpkin Maple KnotsYou’ll already gain major points for making homemade bread, but wait until your loved ones take their first bite of these luscious dinner rolls.Smoky Cheese & Raspberry Jam DipThis easy-to-make app comes together effortlessly but will wow all of your guests. Pair with some bubbly!Candy Cane Peppermint Vanilla CakeGracing our cover and my holiday table, Jackie Sobon’s towering peppermint cake is the ultimate grand finale.…

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“Delicious issue of the new @VegNews and delicious vegan, gluten-free waffles with fruit. Perfect breakfast!”@vegangfheaven“@larry.the.beagle is pumped about this issue of @VegNews because brunch is one of his favorite meals!”@jenny_sano“Sunday brunch with veggie tofu scramble, watermelon, Teeccino herbal coffee, and the latest issue of @VegNews … the brunch issue, of course!”@crobinsonlifeTag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine!“WOW! I was so excited to see that we made the Hit List in @VegNews, listed as ‘killing it right now.’ Veggie Mijas’ mission is always to create spaces to relearn ancestral recipes through veganizing them, and meet radical women of color and create that community. Thank you to everyone for your support—it means so much to our team and our collective!”@veggiemijasVegNews.comMust-Reads!1. 13 New Vegan Holiday…

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1 Emily Deschanel10 Things Emily Deschanel Loves About Christmas, p.72Where I live: Los Angeles, CAVeg for: 25 yearsMust-have Thanksgiving side: StuffingFavorite holiday cookie: Mexican wedding cookiesHot chocolate, nog, or cider? Hot chocolate, alwaysDream holiday getaway: Anywhere with my familyAnd the Veggie Award goes to: Miyoko’s European Style Cultured Vegan Butter for getting my mom off dairy2 Kathleen GansterPitt Stop, p.50Where I live: Pittsburgh, PAVeg for: 20 yearsGo-to smoothie: Banana, matcha, cocoa powder, protein powder, and almond milkMust-have Thanksgiving side: Cranberry relish with pecansFavorite holiday cookie: Vegan baklavaDream holiday getaway: St. John, Virgin IslandsAnd the Veggie Award goes to: Cashew cheddar cheese from Pittsburgh’s Onion Maiden3 Matthew FlanzerMayan Magic, p.52Where I live: Los Angeles, CAVeg for: 14 yearsGo-to smoothie blend: Strawberries, banana, protein powder, agave, and soy milkMust-have Thanksgiving side dish:…

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Faux RealFashion labels from Armani to Versace are dropping it. Cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco are banning it. And forward-thinking designers such as Tiziano Guardini and UK brand Shrimps are reinventing it. It’s official: fur is out. As consumers turn their backs on the cruel material, the fashion world is responding like never before, pushing the world—for the first time ever—toward a fur-free future.“Fur? I am out of that. I don’t want to kill animals to make fashion. It doesn’t feel right.”—Donatella VersaceFOOD+HEALTH/now(courtesy of the company)THE DENVER BRONCOS are the first team in the NFL to fuel their training using vegan eggs, thanks to JUST’s new, plant-based egg replacer Just Egg. The team’s executive chef Justin Domsch says he has created multiple meals for the Super Bowl champions…

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November7This November, VegNews sponsors the annual Seed Food & Wine Festival in Miami. Our first stop? The Plant Based Burger Battle.(Veggie Grill)16How are we celebrating National Fast Food Day? With Veggie Grill buffalo wings, of course!17Thousands will be hitting the pavement in the Tofurky Trot 5K run in Los Angeles to raise funds for a good cause. The Cutest Dog Contest is a bonus.(Field Roast)22Field Roast. Gardein. Trader Joe’s. There’s plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving—stellar vegan roasts being our favorite.(Jackie Sobon)26If you’re in the mood to celebrate National Cake Day this holiday season, you are not going to want to miss our Candy Cane Peppermint Vanilla Cake.December(Magpies Softserve)1What’s better than pie? Fried pie. And better than fried pie? Fried pie with vegan ice cream. This National Fried Pie…