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VegNews Magazine November/December 2017

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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holiday glam

When the days grow shorter and the homey smell of wood fires perfumes the air, I take that as my cue to slow down and shift my focus away from the unending hustle of our tech-addicted society, and back toward the things that really matter. For me, that means quality time with family and friends, cooking healthy food to balance out all of the seasonal indulgences, and making year-end donations to causes I believe in. These annual rituals help set the tone for the year to come, and remind me of what I value most in life. The yuletide season isn’t just a time for quiet introspection, however. It’s also the perfect opportunity to celebrate the joys of plant-based living—and in 2017, there was a lot to celebrate. In this special…

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let's cook!

We’re ringing in the most delectable holiday season ever with a little help from some of our favorite chefs. Here are a few of my must-make recipes from our very first VegNews Thanksgiving Cookbook (designed as a handy pull-out guide): Smoky Sweet Potato Bisque This earthy, warming soup is taken up a notch with fresh ginger, smoked paprika, and a caramel apple topping. Turkey Wellington The Sexy Vegan’s Brian Patton has done it again with a puff pastryencased seitan roast layered with porcini mushrooms and walnuts. Rosemary Porcini- Coffee Gravy Coffee in gravy? Who knew! You’ll want to drizzle this rich, robust sauce over everything on your plate. Sweet Potato Swirl Mashed Potatoes Our unique twist on the classic mashed potato will blow your mind. We’ll be eating this dish all year long. Pumpkin Ice Cream Slab Pie Jackie Sobon…

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yoursay

VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS “Always an exciting day when @VegNews shows up in our mailbox. Great issue packed with lots of inspiration, which is perfect because I’m officially going vegan this week!” @lisalivingwell “VegNews, you might as well have called the September+October issue the ‘Megan Food Issue’ because I’m all about comfort food! In love!” @crunchyvegangal “Print is not dead. Just ask @VegNews. I love to consume both food and information, but I’ve really enjoyed taking my reading offline and diving into books and magazines.” @b44chambers Tag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine! “That was a fantastic baked vegan lobster mac and cheese recipe in the September+October issue. The cashew cheese sauce was killer! It’s the best recipe I’ve ever gotten from VegNews, and an immediate favorite.…

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contributors/

1 Richie Bowie Bountiful Berkeley, p.54 Where I live: Santa Cruz, CA Veg for: Nine years What I ate for breakfast today: Whole-grain toast with artichoke hummus and nooch My must-have Thanksgiving side dish:Calabacitas, a cheesy Mexican dish made with zucchini, tomato, chili, and corn What I’m leaving for Santa: Peanut butter cookies and hemp milk My dream winter getaway: Shiraz, Iran Nog, cider, or cocoa?Ibarra hot chocolate And the Veggie Award goes to: Peaceful Provisions’ big, fluffy, doughnuts—please open on the West Coast, guys! 2 Sangamithra Iyer Meat India, p.38 Where I live: Queens, NY Veg for: 40 years What I ate for breakfast today: Bagel with veggie tofu spread My must-have Thanksgiving side dish: My mom’s dal vada What I’m leaving for Santa: Copies of Satya: The Long View My dream winter getaway: Volunteering at an animal sanctuary And the Veggie Award goes to: Brooklynbased Anita’s…

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vegnow

FOOD / HEALTH / ENVIRONMENT / ANIMALS / BUZZ Supermarket Sweep Thanks to the growing trend of all-vegan grocery stores, herbivores across the nation no longer have to pore over labels, scanning for forbidden ingredients. From delis to mini-malls and everything in between, meat-free markets are popping up everywhere in dozens of iterations, so grab your carts and get shopping. Here are a few of our go-to spots. AVE MKT Cleveland, OH Located inside the vegan-friendly Cute Little Cake Shop, the newly opened AVE MKT (“All Vegan Everything Market”) sells hard-to-find specialty items and baked goods including sticky buns, croissants, and breakfast sandwiches from local bakeries. #1 best-seller: Sausages and ribs from The Herbivorous Butcher Food Fight! Grocery Portland, OR Food Fight!—serving the finest “chips, drinks, candies, fake meats, cheeses, and stuff like that” in Portland’s vegan mini-mall—is known…

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food+health/now

Following the release of gone-viral documentary What the Health, scores of viewers flocked to social media to renounce meat, dairy, and eggs in favor of a more plant-based approach to eating. Notable names include: Danielle Brooks Star of Orange is the New Black Ne-Yo R&B artist Porsha Williams Star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Trent Williams Washington Redskins offensive tackle Jackson, MS-based egg producer Cal-Maine Foods recently reported a loss of $74 million in earnings, attributing the dramatic decline to the rise of vegan egg alternatives. Tofu scramble, anyone? $325 million THE AMOUNT Japanese Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. paid to acquire Canadian plant-based company Daiya Foods. Daiya’s CEO Terry Tierney says the partnership presents “a tremendous opportunity” for the vegan cheese company “to bring the incredible benefits of a plantforward lifestyle to people around the world.” 2018 The year food-tech company Hampton Creek…

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