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VegNews Magazine May/June 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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let's go!

More than anything else, travel has had the greatest impact on my life. It has educated and humbled me, given me deep perspective, and shaped me into the person I am today. Whether I’m sipping tea with a local family in China, meandering through markets in Mumbai, or hiking the Himalayas, every single experience immersed in another culture has had a profound effect on who I am today. Whether you have the opportunity to escape to faraway lands or prefer to experience the world from the comfort of home, our Special Travel Issue will take you on a global tour of the very best in plant-based living. In these pages, we unveil VegNews’ top 10 international vegan cities (head to p.22 to find out where you should book your next vacation);…

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colleen's bucket list

Do yoga and eat tropical fruit in Hawaii A quaint beach cottage, morning yoga on the white sand, and heaping amounts of fresh mango, pineapple, and papaya are calling my name. Stay at a vegan ryokan in Japan For me, a getaway to a Japanese inn (ryokan), dining on traditional Buddhist temple cuisine (shojin ryori), and soaking in a natural hot spring (onsen) sounds blissful. Explore the vegan scene in Berlin Renting an Airbnb in the heart of Berlin and dining at all of the city’s vegan eateries seems like nothing short of heaven. Meander through markets in Marrakesh A sojourn to Morocco has always been a dream, and I long to get lost in the spice markets, street vendors, and tea stalls of Marrakesh. Eat chocolate croissants in Paris Come September, my wish will come true when I…

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1 Aurelia d'Andrea 10 Best Vegan Cities Around the Globe, p.22 Where I live: Nevada City, CA Veg for: 25 years Go-to smoothie blend: Mango, pineapple, coconut, kale, and almond milk Always in my fridge: Hot sauce Favorite global cuisine: The spiciest one! Must-have travel snack: Raw almonds Best vegan city: London On my bucket list: A multi-course dining extravaganza at L’Arpège in Paris 2 Gail Goldman Meatless in Seattle, p.60 Where I live: Woodinville, WA Veg for: 15 years Go-to smoothie blend: Banana, spinach, cacao, flaxseed, maca, oats, and hemp milk Always in my fridge: Tahini Favorite global cuisine: Japanese Must-have travel snack: Dark Chocolate Coconut Chews from SunRidge Farms Best vegan city: Los Angeles On my bucket list: Publish a children’s novel that inspires animal-loving kids to become activists 3 Tomi Makanjuola World Fare, p.40 Where I live: London, England Veg for: 5 years Go-to smoothie blend: Mango, banana, spinach, and almond…

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food flight

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Cereality is making childhood dreams come true with its imaginative cereal bar (Cap’n Crunch, Special K, and Grape Nuts)—complete with crave-worthy toppings such as fresh peaches, cinnamon apples, and shredded coconut. Los Angeles (LAX) The City of Angels is known for its wealth of vegan options, and its airport is no exception. During your layover, devour a build-your-own Neapolitan pizza with Daiya cheese at 800 Degrees Pizzeria, or chow down on No-Huevos Rancheros from the airport outpost of LA’s Real Food Daily. New Jersey (EWR) The brainchild of Iron Chef America’s first veg competitor Amanda Cohen, the all-vegetarian Thyme serves restaurant-quality meals right from your terminal. You’ll be thinking about the braised shiitake mushroom and grilled cauliflower steak long after take-off. New York City (JFK) Korean-inspired dishes such as miso udon, tofu stew, and…

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Customers at fast-casual restaurant QDOBA Mexican Eats will now receive a discount when ordering meatless entrées. The new initiative—called “QDOBA Vegetarian Tier”—rewards diners who order meat-free meals, a stark contrast to the standard upcharge imposed by other eateries, such as Starbucks and Peet’s Coffee. Even better? Adding guac at QDOBA is free, too. Burrito bowls, here we come! 42% The percentage of Americans who say they support banning slaughterhouses, according to a new survey by Oklahoma State University’s Agricultural Economics Department. IN A RECENT INTERVIEW with Entrepreneur, Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown revealed he is “very confident” that fast-food chains McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s will sell his company’s Beyond Burger patties within the next few years, citing a shift in consumer preferences. The Southern California-based company has raised $72 million in…