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(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year For anyone who needs to know about a plant based diet and cruelty free living, Vegan Life covers vegan-friendly fashion, the latest new products, inspiring interviews with chefs, celebrities, activists and sportspeople. Food is central to the mag, showcasing the best vegan cooks around, and covering everything from super-indulgent baking to raw food ideas, as well as nutrition advice and tips for veganizing recipes.

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Vegan Life  |  May 2017  


The vegan momentum keeps building.

We have seen a huge increase in our numbers over the last few years, and now there are more and more plant-based projects hitting the mainstream consciousness. One of the most exciting is film Carnage by comedian Simon Amstell released earlier this spring. This excellent mockumentary (which is available on BBC iPlayer) has won acclaim from vegans and carnists alike. It is witty, intelligent and acerbic, being both informative and entertaining while never venturing into the dreaded ‘preachy’ territory. Our roving journalist (and vegan pioneer in her own right) Louise Wallis attended a special press screening with Mr Amstell himself. Her report makes for fascinating reading.

Also highly visible in the mainstream are Go Vegan World posters and campaign materials. Many of you have spotted (and snapped) these images on billboards, bus shelters, newspapers and even taxis, but the biggest spot of all was at a huge international rugby match. We sat down with Go Vegan World founder Sandra Higgins to discuss how her work is changing hearts and minds.

We had a very special guest come to Vegan Life HQ for a photoshoot – and you can see the results on the cover of this issue. World class athlete and vegan activist Timothy Shieff is an inspiring figure for so many in the community, so it was a privilege to chat with him for a special feature profile.

There’s lots of evidence to show that more consumers (vegan and otherwise) are starting to embrace plant-based products – especially dairy alternatives like soya and almond milk. This seems to have hit a nerve with some in the dairy industry who are starting to hit back, with the National Farmers’ Union calling campaigns like the ones by Go Vegan World ‘disheartening’ for dairy farmers. We decided to dig deep into this growing tension between the dairy industry and vegans to bring you an in-depth feature.

Have a great month.
For anyone who needs to know about a plant based diet and cruelty free living, Vegan Life covers vegan-friendly fashion, the latest new products, inspiring interviews with chefs, celebrities, activists and sportspeople.
Food is central to the mag, showcasing the best vegan cooks around, and covering everything from super-indulgent baking to raw food ideas, as well as nutrition advice and tips for veganizing recipes.
We share information about vegan get-togethers, the best restaurants, the best blog sites, and vegan inspired music and art.

Vegan Life is more than great tasting food, the pages are full of both new and classic products to help you navigate the high street to find animal free goods.

No matter what your current regime, Vegan Life is not short on ideas and inspiration to help you move towards a healthy, balanced, plant based lifestyle.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Vegan Life magazine subscription.

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   Best vegan magazine Reviewed Saturday, 3 June 2017
This is my favourite vegan magazine. It has a good mix of different things: interviews, articles, recipes, product reviews, etc. I find other similar magazines focus too much on just recipes but I like the balance this magazine has.
   Relevant information Reviewed Friday, 3 April 2015
I love this magazine, much cheaper on the iPad than in the shop, I think all the articles are very informative and is very encouraging for those that lead a vegan lifestyle!

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in Vegan Life May 2017.

Welcome The vegan momentum keeps building. We have seen a huge increase in our numbers over the last few years, and now there are more and more plant-based projects hitting the mainstream consciousnes...
VEGAN life FREE GIFT SUBSCRIPTION OFFER SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR £33 AND RECEIVE A FREE 2-MONTH SUPPLY OF PERFECT ALOE MATRIX (PAM) Aloe Vera has long been hailed as a great medicinal plant known to alleviate a...
VEGAN diary MAY 2017 May 6 Kent Vegan Festival Held at the Westgate Hall, Canterbury, the third Kent Vegan Fest will aim to raise awareness about veganism as a holistic, healthy, environmentally sustainable and no...
THE VEGAN View Opening minds through vegan art Aisha Eveleigh is organising an art exhibition to raise awareness of animal exploitation and its consequences. The name ‘Behind Closed Doors’ refers to the way o...
VEGAN PLANET Vegan news from around the world Scotland: Animal charity welcomes decision to end snaring of mountain hares Animal protection charity OneKind has welcomed a decision by Scottish Natural Herit...
BEING THE VEGAN PARENT Trying to navigate the day care menu Last week I had good news. My youngest child decided to have a ceasefire on his war on vegetables. This is good news for more than one reason. Apart from be...
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Vegan Life   |   May 2017   


The vegan momentum keeps building.

We have seen a huge increase in our numbers over the last few years, and now there are more and more plant-based projects hitting the mainstream consciousness. One of the most exciting is film Carnage by comedian Simon Amstell released earlier this spring. This excellent mockumentary (which is available on BBC iPlayer) has won acclaim from vegans and carnists alike. It is witty, intelligent and acerbic, being both informative and entertaining while never venturing into the dreaded ‘preachy’ territory. Our roving journalist (and vegan pioneer in her own right) Louise Wallis attended a special press screening with Mr Amstell himself. Her report makes for fascinating reading.

Also highly visible in the mainstream are Go Vegan World posters and campaign materials. Many of you have spotted (and snapped) these images on billboards, bus shelters, newspapers and even taxis, but the biggest spot of all was at a huge international rugby match. We sat down with Go Vegan World founder Sandra Higgins to discuss how her work is changing hearts and minds.

We had a very special guest come to Vegan Life HQ for a photoshoot – and you can see the results on the cover of this issue. World class athlete and vegan activist Timothy Shieff is an inspiring figure for so many in the community, so it was a privilege to chat with him for a special feature profile.

There’s lots of evidence to show that more consumers (vegan and otherwise) are starting to embrace plant-based products – especially dairy alternatives like soya and almond milk. This seems to have hit a nerve with some in the dairy industry who are starting to hit back, with the National Farmers’ Union calling campaigns like the ones by Go Vegan World ‘disheartening’ for dairy farmers. We decided to dig deep into this growing tension between the dairy industry and vegans to bring you an in-depth feature.

Have a great month.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Vegan Life magazine print subscription.
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