VegNews Magazine July/August 2017

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summer fun

Summer is the season for adventure, a time to escape the stress of everyday life. Whether you fancy the beach or a city, the mountains or desert, getting away from it all this time of year is what so many of us crave. If you’re anything like me, at the top of your travel to-do list is eating amazing food. My sojourns revolve around what I will be having for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between. I gather recommendations from friends, pore over listings online, and peruse back issues of VegNews to build my ultimate food tour for every place I visit. Experiencing the local vegan food scene is what gives me the most pleasure on my travels. With this July+August Summer Issue (our 108th!) in hand, I am ready to…

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Tag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine! “Just bought the May+June VegNews magazine at @barnesandnoble. I love the front cover of ‘Hello, Taco Night!’—it has everything inside, from recipes, food, culture, travel, and products to restaurants, stores, ads, and more. CAN’T WAIT TO READ IT!!!” @mecca2525 VEGNEWS.COM MUST-READS! 1. 10 Dreamy Smoothie Bowl Recipes 2. The Ultimate Summer Road Trip 3. Vegan Summer Date Ideas 4. 5 Veg-Friendly Beach Towns 5. Dairy-Free Ice Cream Guide We are so excited about being featured in VegNews and that Miami was named one of the Top 10 Vegan Cities in the US! @plantedinmiami Thrilled to be featured in the latest @VegNews magazine talking about why we created the African American Vegan Starter Guide! @byanygreens FACEBOOK Q+A What's your favorite way to top vegan ice cream? Caramel sauce…

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1 Mark Hawthorne Fashion To Die For, p.32 Where I live: Rohnert Park, CA Veg for: 16 years What I ate for breakfast today: Steel-cut oatmeal with raisins, walnuts, agave, and almond milk I make a mean: Chocolate chip cookie Favorite smoothie: Kale, strawberries, banana, and blueberries Favorite vegetable: Kale Vegan splurge: Weekend at the Stanford Inn by the Sea Dream wedding cake flavor: German chocolate Beach bag must-have: Kindle 2 Margaux Lushing Put a Ring on It, p.26 Where I live: San Francisco Veg for: 24 years What I ate for breakfast today: Dragon fruit smoothie bowl and a matcha latte Favorite smoothie: Anything blended with coffee Favorite vegetable: Pizza Vegan splurge: Pizza paired with Pinot Noir Dream wedding cake flavor: Lemon cake with lemon glaze Beach bag must-have: Cruelty-free SPF 70 3 Tamara Micner Going Dutch, p.58 Where I live: London Veg for: One year What I ate for breakfast…

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chinese treasure

Hong Kong is undergoing a green transformation and Green Common is leading the charge. With an interest in the plant-based lifestyle exploding, the wildly successful retailer has launched six Hong Kong locations in five years, each boasting everything from fresh produce and kitchen staples (Califia Farms and Earth Balance are local favorites) to grab-and-go meals and a deli— where the popular Beyond Burger recently debuted to major media fanfare. “Eating is not simply an act to fill our stomachs,” founder David Yeung says. “Every meal is an opportunity to learn about the interdependence between us and the ecosystem.” With such a forward-thinking approach— and a population hungry for healthier fare—it’ll be no time before this enterprise truly makes green living a lot more common.…

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“The meat industry has gone through an evolution over time … plant-based protein is growing almost, at this point, a little faster than animal-based, so I think the migration may continue in that direction.” —TYSON FOODS CEO TOM HAYES, FOLLOWING HIS COMPANY’S LAUNCH OF A $150 MILLION VENTURE CAPITAL FUND TO INVEST IN MEAT ALTERNATIVES Meatless brand Lightlife announced that it will remove egg whites from its line of sausages—the last of its vegetarian products— by the end of 2017, making the 38-year-old company completely vegan. Italian sausagetopped pizzas, here we come! 33% THE DECREASED RISK OF strokes in those who consumed 10 portions of fruit and vegetables per day, according to a comprehensive study of two million participants by the Imperial College London. Vegan bakery Cinnaholic sold a whopping 300,000 customizeable cinnamon rolls…

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BECAUSE OF THE costliness and wastefulness of animal agriculture, human life on Mars would have to be strictly vegan, according to NASA’s Center for the Utilization of Biological Engineering in Space—a research institute created to explore the viability of life on other planets. “We want to set a good example for climate protection, because vegetarian food is more climatefriendly than meat and fish.” —THE GERMAN ENVIRONMENT MINISTRY ON ITS HIGHLY PUBLICIZED DECISION TO BAN THE SERVING OF MEAT, FISH, AND ANIMALDERIVED PRODUCTS FROM OFFICIAL FUNCTIONS—INSTEAD OPTING FOR ORGANIC, LOCAL, AND FAIR-TRADE VEGETARIAN FOODS twenty-five percent The percentage of slaughterhouses in the United Kingdom that fail hygiene standards and allow meat contaminated with E. coli and salmonella to be sold for public consumption, according to The Bureau of Investigative Journalism. Falsified records created to…