VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosRegional & Ethnic
Simply Slutty
A plant-based patty topped with crispy vegan bacon, melted cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, and signature Slut Sauce all on a sweet, buttery vegan Hawaiian bun Jalapeños served atop a plant-based patty with the usual fixings of cheese, ca
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosRegional & Ethnic
Heat Wave
Smashed chickpeas give this classic sandwich filling the flaky texture and briny taste of tuna. For extra seafood flavor, add kelp granules or hijiki seaweed. SERVES 4 ½ cup Tangy Cashew Mayo (see recipe) or store-bought mayonnaise3 tablespoons hot s
VegNews Magazine3 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Why I’m Vegan
@BIZERKELEYVEGAN AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZER “I am vegan because I can stay true to myself and leave cruelty off my plate. The idea of hurting animals and consuming their flesh has been weird to me since childhood, but then I was introduced to veganism i
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Spaces for Healing
WHETHER YOU’RE soaking in the sun on the earth-toned outdoor patio or sweating through a vinyasa flow in its dreamy yoga studio, one thing’s for sure: Brooklyn’s HealHaus is equal parts hip and welcoming. Co-founders Darian Hall and Elisa Shankle ope
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Dinner is Served
Adding ancient grains to this loaf imparts nutty flavor and toothsome texture, while a sweet-and-savory red sauce makes it top-tier tasty. Serve with roasted vegetables for a perfected Sunday dinner. SERVES 6 ½ cup ketchup½ tablespoon agave nectar1 t
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Eat More Cookies!
AGAINST ALL ODDS, we’ve made it through 2020. But while many are planning juice cleanses and meal-prep strategies to jumpstart the new year, we’re going all in—on cookies! And one bakery is helping us set the trend. Last year shone a light on how tra
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosMedical
Get Your Mind Right
According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, Black Americans are 20 percent more likely to experience serious mental health problems and are more likely to be exposed to factors such as homelessness and violence that increase
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosRegional & Ethnic
Call Of The CARIBBEAN
Crispy breaded cauliflower stands in for the standard chicken or shrimp in this approachable but ultra-flavorful dish full of umami and spice. Add mango or pineapple salsa for a sweet-and-spicy kick or swap in a Scotch bonnet pepper for the serrano f
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosArchitecture
Plant Power
AS WE FOUND safety and sanctuary by retreating into our homes over the past year, one at-home trend has become even trendier: houseplants. And these green additions to our spaces do more than just make for prettier pads; houseplants can reduce fatigu
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Pie Is For Lovers
Maca and lucuma powders—potent ingredients believed to increase blood flow and enhance libido—add a little extra something sweet to this devilishly decadent dish, a perfect end to a romantic dinner. SERVES 8 2 cups sunflower seeds or almonds, soaked
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Buy Black, FEEL WELL
IF 2020 WAS A YEAR of reckoning, 2021 is the year of action. And when the world took to the streets to march, shout, and affirm that Black lives matter, a small silver lining with a meaningful outcome appeared: Black-owned businesses experienced a bi
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Taste & Tradition
GINJAN A thousand-year-old West African recipe of cold-pressed ginger, pineapple, lemon, vanilla, and anise is the secret behind each bottle of this fiery, zesty Harlem-brewed beverage. We’re taking advantage of its versatility by pouring it over ice
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosMedical
Mother Of All Missions
ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY, there’s a groundswell of activism in an effort to save the lives of Black mothers. Through direct action and systemic change, activists are righting the wrongs of America’s broken healthcare system—in which Black women are thr
VegNews Magazine5 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
South Centrally Located
Even amidst an industry-shifting global pandemic, for plant-based eaters, there’s still no place quite like Los Angeles. There’s the all-vegan burger shop serving up double stacks and tahini milkshakes in Chinatown. The Armenian bakery and café makin
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosPsychology
Diversify Your Feed
Run by plant-based medical student Brooklynne Palmer, this cheerful and inspiring Instagram account offers seemingly endless insight into the medical field and its connection between body image, LGBTQ+ mental health, racism, and social justice issues
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídos
Health Care, Self-Care & Our Hair
Q As an activist, I’ve been feeling overwhelmed by how much there is to fight these days. But a friend recently told me that being in good health is resistance itself, and I can’t get that out of my head. How do I balance fighting for justice with ta
VegNews Magazine8 min. leídosDiscrimination & Race Relations
VEGANISM & RACISM
Shadows came to light through a tragic global pandemic that claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands amid confusion and tension about how to keep ourselves and one another safe. Environmental destruction, political polarity, rampant police brutalit
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosPsychology
5 Ways to Better Advocate for Your Health
After years of one-on-one consultations as a registered nutritionist, I’ve noticed a pattern. Many patients of color feel they’re not given adequate information regarding their health. And research shows that these biases have real-life consequences.
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Black Vegan Restaurant Tour
IT'S BEEN NEARLY A YEAR SINCE WE STARTED social distancing, staying home to make mountains of sourdough, Korean whipped coffees, and focaccia bread art. But for all the at-home deliciousness we've mastered, we're ready for our favorite restaurants! S
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Keep it Natural, Keep it Nutritious
For many, an important part of Black culture is hair. And while discrimination against natural hair continues to run rampant (a 2017 study revealed that Black women deal with more anxiety when it comes to hair compared to white women), luckily the mo
VegNews Magazine3 min. leídos
Media & Melanin
HOW CAN WE DO MORE than just post a black square? That’s the question I asked our team more than six months ago when we began planning this issue. By June 2020, I was left reeling by the killings of, among others, Ahmaud Arbery in February, Breonna T
VegNews Magazine3 min. leídosRegional & Ethnic
The Land of Kush
BALTIMORE, MD In a city renowned for its seafood, it’s hard to imagine a vegan eatery reigning supreme. Yet that’s exactly what The Land of Kush—known for its vegan takes on staples like barbecue ribs, buffalo nuggets, and black-eyed pea fritters—has
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosDesign
Daring Design
WHAT HAPPENS when a Wall Street trader leaves her job to find artistic expression in the world of fashion? For Senegalese designer Diarra Bousso, it’s Diarrablu, a contemporary fashion label that merges sustainability with heritage. With designs that
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídos
Your SAY
Tag your Instagram pics with #vegnews for a chance to be featured in the magazine! VEGNEWS.COM 1. The VegNews Guide to Vegan Black-Owned Businesses 2. We Tried Dozens of Instagram’s Hottest Wellness Products. Here Are the 15 That Work 3. 25 Black Veg
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Plum Bistro
SEATTLE, WA IN THE LAND OF RAIN AND COFFEE, comforting vegan grub is practically a way of life. From a hot dog truck to a familyrun Thai spot to the country’s oldest vegan pizzeria, there’s no shortage of indulgences in Seattle. But when lifelong veg
VegNews Magazine3 min. leídos
Bold. Black. Beauty.
When Chicago-born model, makeup artist, hairstylist, and cosmetologist Kaori Nik first went vegan, she knew she would have a lot of labels to read. After veganizing all of her food and beauty products, the 32-year-old decided to make it her mission t
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídosCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Contributors
Let’s Talk About It, p.40 Where I live: Hudson Valley, NY Veg for: Six years My #1 wellness tip: Explore what nourishes you beyond your plate My at-home fitness routine: Tune into my body to see what it needs, whether it’s yoga, a hike, or rest My fa
VegNews Magazine2 min. leídosRegional & Ethnic
Ras Plant Based
Ethiopians have a talent for transforming vegetables, and Ras proves it. The team creates dishes that are humble and comforting, yet robust and complex—simmering, stewing, and spiking with aromatic herbs and spices like cardamom, fenugreek, cinnamon,
VegNews Magazine4 min. leídos
Shades of Love
BLACK VEGANS HAVE EXISTED for millennia. Spanning the globe from Ethiopia to Jamaica to the United States, these trailblazers have been advocating for a rejection of the Standard American Diet in favor of a sustaining diet of plants for years. But ev
VegNews Magazine1 min. leídos
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