VegNews Magazine July/August 2018

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la story

In the early 1990s, I was a bright-eyed sociology major at the University of California, Los Angeles, doing my best to master the art of understanding social behavior with the same tenacity I attempted to perfect the off-the-shoulder sweatshirt look (admittedly, this has never gone out of style for me). In between a busy class schedule, interning for a big film studio, and spending summers au pairing in France and teaching English in Japan, I would gallivant around the bustling streets of LA each weekend. From the bohemian beach vibe of Venice (a 50-cent bus ride from the UCLA campus) to exploring the hole-in-the-wall eateries dotting downtown, I relished my new life in the big city. But it was San Francisco that ultimately stole my heart, and that’s where I…

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colleen’s fab 5

20 Best Vegan Burgers (p.24) VegNews Associate Editor Richard Bowie penned this mouthwatering cover story on the juiciest, most succulent burgers in the country. Did your favorite make the cut? Sweet Hearts (p.34) Our annual vegan wedding feature returns with five spectacular meat-free nuptials. You won’t want to miss these love stories! Inside Scoop (p.54) Summer is officially here, so a full-fledged ice cream taste test is obviously in order. Which brands stole our hearts? Pure Miami (p.56) VegNews hit Miami for the opening of Chef Chloe and the Vegan Cafe, where we couldn’t get enough of Chloe Coscarelli’s butternut squash nachos and salted chocolate chip cookies. Sizzling Soirée (p.80) We sat down with celebrity vegan chef Leslie Durso for her tips on throwing the ultimate backyard bash. I’ll be making Leslie’s sparkling wine cocktails all summer long! We’re Live! The…

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your say

“Just enjoying the latest issue of @VegNews.” @veganchefkayla “I don’t know about you guys, but we’re going to make this mango pie from @VegNews ASAP. Mars can’t wait!” @norcalfarmacy “I’m here whenever you wanna share your rainbow funfetti cake!” @otis_the_fluffy Tag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine! “What’s the best way to read your favorite magazine’s travel issue? Beachside in Mexico, baby! If you are looking for epic plant-based and vegan inspiration, then get your paws on VegNews.” @practicallyplantbasemom Must-Reads! 1. 5 Vegan-Friendly Beach Towns Perfect for Late Summer 2. Ginger Peach Sangria 3. How to Buy Eco-Friendly Flowers 4. 7 Best Spots for Vegan Frozen Yogurt 5. 5 Ways to Throw a Summer Vegan Birthday Party Don’t miss the VegNews team live on Facebook Live and Instagram Stories! “I learn something new every…

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1 Maya Gottfried Sweet Hearts, p.34 Where I live: Beekman, NY Veg for: 11 years Go-to smoothie blend: Mango, black cherries, almond butter, and almond milk Always in my fridge: Fresh produce and a jar of tahini Fantasy wedding cake: Hazelnut Must-have burger topping: Guacamole Favorite ice cream flavor: Anything with peanut butter Dream summer vacay: South of France 2 Tracye McQuirter Healthy Hues, p.64 Where I live: Washington, DC Veg for: 30 years Go-to smoothie blend: Raspberries, kiwi, banana, hemp seeds, and dandelion greens Always in my fridge: Kale Fantasy wedding cake: Chocolate-raspberry, coconut, and carrot cakes with coconut-lemon frosting Must-have burger toppings: Avocado, red pepper hummus, grilled onions, and tomato Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate almond Dream summer vacay: Thailand 3 Ellen Kanner Pure Miami, p.56 Where I live: Miami, FL Veg for: 40 years Go-to smoothie blend: Mango, spinach, ginger, and almond milk Always in my fridge: Fresh greens, cilantro, miso, sriracha,…

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plant power

Abdullah Zeinab Cycling The 24-year-old avid cyclist and vegan YouTuber completed the unofficial version of a 3,400-mile-long race from Perth to Sydney in just 14 days, all while proudly sporting his Vegan Athletic-emblazoned biking shirt and sustaining himself on veggie burgers, raw nuts, and Gatorade. BIG WIN: The 2018 Indian Pacific Wheel Race Kendrick Farris Weightlifting This three-time Olympian—and only American male to compete in weightlifting in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro—broke the US record, hoisting a total of 831 pounds, crediting his plant-based diet of avocado quesadillas, spinach lasagna, and fresh fruit for making his body lean and his lifts more powerful. BIG WIN: One of Sports Illustrated’s 50 Fittest Men of 2017 Meagan Duhamel Figure Skating This seven-time Canadian National Champion in pairs figure skating and two-time World Champion figure skater now…

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$1.99 The price customers pay to try the meat-free Impossible Burger sliders at 140 White Castle locations in New York, New Jersey, and Chicago. The recently debuted mini burgers are served on a vegan bun with pickles and onions, and need only be ordered without cheese for a fully plant-based experience. Getting a vegan meal from a fast-food chain? No longer a mission impossible. Missing Link On the heels of its successful launch of “bleeding” Beyond Burgers, vegan protein company Beyond Meat introduced Beyond Sausages at Whole Foods Markets nationwide. The links—in Sweet Italian, Hot Italian, and Brat Original flavors—mimic the taste of pork sausages, but are made from pea, fava bean, and rice protein. We’re firing up the grill! Minneapolis-based vegan butcher shop The Herbivorous Butcher recently opened its first food truck, serving fried…