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VegNews Magazine

November/December 2018
Magazine

The premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, VegNews is packed with the latest recipes, news, health information, events, products, must-read books, interviews, and so much more. In addition to its award-winning publication, the vegetarian media company also produces VegNews.com along with a collection of popular e-newsletters, blogs, events, and vacations.

With Gratitude

Let’s Eat! • VegNews’ superstar Food Editor, Jennifer Chen, worked for months to bring you what may be the most delicious collection of holiday dishes we’ve ever tasted. Here are my absolute must-makes:

yoursay • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS

contributors

vegnow

buzznow • 10 THINGS WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE / READ / DO

Vegan Royalty

THE 2018 VEGGIE AWARDS • You voted, and we heard you loud and clear. After 2.1 million votes, the results of the 17th annual VegNews Veggie Awards™ are in, and one thing is for sure: it’s never been hotter to be vegan. From your top picks to our expert takes, here is a look at the best (and most delicious) that 2018 had to offer. Let the drooling begin!

WINNERS • With 2.1 million votes cast this year, these five lucky readers scored big time. Congratulations to all of our 2018 prize winners!

PLAYING CHICKEN • They express happiness, empathy, and self-awareness—and we’re slaughtering more than 50 billion of them each year for food. Author Mark Hawthorne explores humanity’s complicated relationship with chickens.

Chickens by the Numbers • Get a bird’s eye view of these staggering statistics, and you’ll see just how exploited chickens have become.

Good Egg • The average person in the US consumed 274 eggs in 2017, sourced from the estimated 374 million hens used in egg production in the US alone. But thanks to these inventive plant-based products, scrambles, quiches, and frittatas can all be enjoyed—without cruelty.

Holiday Shopping Guide • Back again and better than ever, our 2018 holiday gift guide is packed with delicious and festive ideas for everyone on your list. Happy (vegan) shopping!

White Christmas • Today’s vegan white chocolate is better, creamier, and more luscious than ever—and yes, we tried it all. Just in time for the holidays, here are the 10 best bars, truffles, and nut butter-stuffed cups your Christmas stockings are begging for.

An American Sandwich in London • Temple of Seitan brings the stateside fried chicken frenzy across the pond, serving up vegan hot chicken sandwiches, popcorn bites, and saucy wings in the English capital.

Coffee & Cake • Temple of Seitan isn’t just about the fried stuff. A new, breakfast-ready café rounds out a trifecta of tempting Temple eateries.

Pitt Stop • The smoky skies of Pittsburgh are long a thing of the past. The city has cleaned off the rust and sparkles like a diamond thanks to its cutting-edge urban culture. Boasting an ethnically diverse, farm-to-table food scene, Pittsburgh’s variety of edible offerings rivals the number of bridges in a place locals call “Small Town, Big City.”

Mayan Magic • Perfect weather, ancient ruins, and vegan tacos conspire to lure you to Mexico’s heavenly Mayan Riviera.

Cuckoo for Cacao • When Cortés encountered Montezuma in 1519, he was celebrated with a toast of a sacred beverage sipped from solid-gold chalices: chocolate. Previously unknown to the Europeans, chocolate was already a favorite elixir among Aztecs, and before them, Mayans, Olmecs, and ancient Mesoamerican civilizations. To get in touch with the region’s gustatory roots, follow these tips for trying this beloved delicacy on your trip to the Mayan Riviera.

Yucatan Yuletide • It’s easy to forget it’s the winter holiday season when you’re sitting beneath a palapa sipping a cold margarita with unobstructed views of the...


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Frequency: Quarterly Publisher: VegNews Edition: November/December 2018

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 12, 2018

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Food & Wine

Languages

English

The premier vegetarian lifestyle magazine, VegNews is packed with the latest recipes, news, health information, events, products, must-read books, interviews, and so much more. In addition to its award-winning publication, the vegetarian media company also produces VegNews.com along with a collection of popular e-newsletters, blogs, events, and vacations.

With Gratitude

Let’s Eat! • VegNews’ superstar Food Editor, Jennifer Chen, worked for months to bring you what may be the most delicious collection of holiday dishes we’ve ever tasted. Here are my absolute must-makes:

yoursay • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS

contributors

vegnow

buzznow • 10 THINGS WE CAN’T WAIT TO SEE / READ / DO

Vegan Royalty

THE 2018 VEGGIE AWARDS • You voted, and we heard you loud and clear. After 2.1 million votes, the results of the 17th annual VegNews Veggie Awards™ are in, and one thing is for sure: it’s never been hotter to be vegan. From your top picks to our expert takes, here is a look at the best (and most delicious) that 2018 had to offer. Let the drooling begin!

WINNERS • With 2.1 million votes cast this year, these five lucky readers scored big time. Congratulations to all of our 2018 prize winners!

PLAYING CHICKEN • They express happiness, empathy, and self-awareness—and we’re slaughtering more than 50 billion of them each year for food. Author Mark Hawthorne explores humanity’s complicated relationship with chickens.

Chickens by the Numbers • Get a bird’s eye view of these staggering statistics, and you’ll see just how exploited chickens have become.

Good Egg • The average person in the US consumed 274 eggs in 2017, sourced from the estimated 374 million hens used in egg production in the US alone. But thanks to these inventive plant-based products, scrambles, quiches, and frittatas can all be enjoyed—without cruelty.

Holiday Shopping Guide • Back again and better than ever, our 2018 holiday gift guide is packed with delicious and festive ideas for everyone on your list. Happy (vegan) shopping!

White Christmas • Today’s vegan white chocolate is better, creamier, and more luscious than ever—and yes, we tried it all. Just in time for the holidays, here are the 10 best bars, truffles, and nut butter-stuffed cups your Christmas stockings are begging for.

An American Sandwich in London • Temple of Seitan brings the stateside fried chicken frenzy across the pond, serving up vegan hot chicken sandwiches, popcorn bites, and saucy wings in the English capital.

Coffee & Cake • Temple of Seitan isn’t just about the fried stuff. A new, breakfast-ready café rounds out a trifecta of tempting Temple eateries.

Pitt Stop • The smoky skies of Pittsburgh are long a thing of the past. The city has cleaned off the rust and sparkles like a diamond thanks to its cutting-edge urban culture. Boasting an ethnically diverse, farm-to-table food scene, Pittsburgh’s variety of edible offerings rivals the number of bridges in a place locals call “Small Town, Big City.”

Mayan Magic • Perfect weather, ancient ruins, and vegan tacos conspire to lure you to Mexico’s heavenly Mayan Riviera.

Cuckoo for Cacao • When Cortés encountered Montezuma in 1519, he was celebrated with a toast of a sacred beverage sipped from solid-gold chalices: chocolate. Previously unknown to the Europeans, chocolate was already a favorite elixir among Aztecs, and before them, Mayans, Olmecs, and ancient Mesoamerican civilizations. To get in touch with the region’s gustatory roots, follow these tips for trying this beloved delicacy on your trip to the Mayan Riviera.

Yucatan Yuletide • It’s easy to forget it’s the winter holiday season when you’re sitting beneath a palapa sipping a cold margarita with unobstructed views of the...


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