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VegNews Magazine Spring 2019

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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IN THIS ISSUE

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mindful living

We have all had moments where everything just becomes too much. Too much noise, too many moving parts, too many deadlines, too much chaos. Add in the fast-paced media cycle, and it’s a wonder sometimes how my VegNews team and I can find a moment to catch our breath and relax. Yet we have to, or this tech-driven age would eat us alive. Everyone at VegNews knows this, which is why we collectively and individually prioritize practicing mindfulness—or acknowledgement of the present moment and our immediate surroundings. What my delightful team and I have found is that it is indeed possible to weather any storm, even when everyday factors (life, relationships, politics) feel out of control. And after 19 years of publishing VegNews, practicing mindfulness has been absolutely vital for…

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colleen’s top 5

Masala Tandoori Crab Cakes (p.45) Classic crab cakes infused with Indian spices? Oh, yes, we did. Lemon Meringue Falooda (p.52) We’ve reimagined a lemon pudding into a luscious, Indian sundae perfect for spring. Chimichurri Tri-Tip Sandwiches (p.54) Homemade seitan sandwiches topped with Argentinian chimichurri sauce and grilled peaches? We’re obsessed. Baja Cauliflower Tacos (p.58) Beer-battered cauliflower, mango relish, and chipotle mayo come together in our new favorite tacos. Blood Orange Shortbread Bars (p.60) Lemon bars get wild when swapped with blood oranges and a coconut filling.…

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yoursay

“Two of my favorite things: @VegNews and these vibrant, vitamin C- and antioxidant-rich Cuties!” @vanessachamberlin “Just sat down to read @VegNews, and this little guy climbed right up to join me!” @meatfreemama “I’d be lying if I said my snack wasn’t inspired by @VegNews. The latest issue has it all: wellness, equity, and CBD.” @plantsplanesplans Tag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine! “I was so excited to read about the vegan CBD products that VegNews reviewed in the Wellness Issue. I’ve been wanting to try something, but wasn’t sure what, or even where to start looking, so it was great to see so many different products available. I ordered the gummy bears from CBDfx—eventually I want to try all of the products mentioned. Keep up the good work!” Rachel Z. VegNews.com…

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contributors

1 Eddie Garza Baja Fresh, p.58 Where I live: Miami, FL Veg for: 16 years Favorite smoothie: Blueberries, banana, kale, peanut butter, and vanilla almond milk Farmers’ market must-haves: Purple hull peas in Texas and hoja santa in Mexico #1 tip for eating on a budget: Batch-cooking beans and grains to have on hand at all times Dream vegan getaway: London Favorite way to eat matcha: I live for matcha peanut butter lattes! 2 Richa Hingle Soul & Spice, p.44 Where I live: Seattle, WA Veg for: 10 years Favorite smoothie: Mango lassi Farmers’ market must-haves: Spices and local, in-season produce #1 tip for eating on a budget: Cook from cuisines that are inherently vegan-friendly to avoid milk, meat, and cheese substitutes Dream vegan getaway: My hometown in India … or Thailand for the gorgeous beaches Favorite way to eat matcha: My Green Tea Pull-Apart Rolls 3 Ayinde…

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paris in the spring

Paris, home to some of the world’s finest cuisine—and deemed for decades a vegan wasteland—has done a complete 180, transforming into a plant-based wonderland seemingly overnight. French food 2.0 hasn’t strayed too far; only now, cheese plates and flaky croissants forgo the usual cream and butter in favor of plants. Having taken up residence in a former butcher shop, Abattoir Végétal exemplifies this culinary upheaval with incredible brunches, hearty Buddha bowls, creamy coconut milk lattes, and more. Its desserts—think pears poached in wine and thick slices of chocolate cake crowned with clouds of whipped cream—are worth saving room for. Run, don’t walk, to the City of Light and say bonjour to the future of food, because when vegan is in vogue in the fashion capital of the planet, it’s just a matter…

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news/now

MCDONALD’S HAS MADE HISTORY by introducing its first-ever fully vegan Happy Meal in the United Kingdom. All 1,300 locations across the country have begun carrying Vegetarian Society-approved, plant-based options which include a meatless chicken wrap made from yellow split peas, arborio rice, sundried tomato pesto, and bell peppers. So, how does it stack up against the American Happy Meal? UK Vegan Happy Meal: Veggie wrap Carrots sticks Bottled water 243 calories 5 grams fat 0 grams cholesterol US Happy Meal: Beef burger Apple slices French fries Low-fat milk 480 calories 16 grams fat 35 milligrams cholesterol Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, has launched lifestyle brand Motile, which specializes in vegan leather handbags and accessories. The collection—aimed at on-the-go, tech-savvy millennials—features backpacks with built-in wireless charging pockets, magnetic tablet cases, and decorative tassels with hidden iPhone cables, all made from animal-free leather. “There…

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