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Vegan Life Magazine

(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-18  


I recently attended a lecture on The Magic of Writing by Adrian May. As a writer, it is interesting to hear other people talk about their experiences, their frustrations and the little quirks which make us all unique. I, for example, like to prepare my research in advance when writing a ‘long read’. Sitting with my research on one screen, a dauntingly blank document on the other and a steaming cup of Earl Grey tea, I can start writing. To the infinite amusement of the rest of Vegan Life HQ, I also like to listen to the Lord of the Rings soundtrack as I write… it is my quirk.

It occurs to me that we, as vegans, are all as unique as writers, with our own quirks, experiences and frustrations. We recently began featuring a monthly debate in the magazine and I have been thrilled at the width and depth of responses we have had to our questions. This month, we put truffles on the stand. A plant based, naturally occurring product that many vegans abstain from, and others adore. Hearing the contrary views of fellow vegans reminds me that, although we are all striving towards a common goal, we are all taking different paths there.

This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing Will Gould from the band Creeper. Creeper has won multiple awards including the Kerrang! Award for Best British Newcomer and is using its growing platform to speak about issues close to its heart, including veganism. I am also extremely excited to share my experience from a private screening of an incredible film called Down to Earth, which is set to be released on 14th September 2018. Find my review on page 102.

Finally, we have an article on the dairy industry from Viva! on page 48. 60 per cent of people are unaware of exactly how milk is produced and therefore this is the perfect article to give to a friend or family member who still drinks cow’s milk.

As ever, please feel free to get in touch.

Olivia Middlebrook
Editor
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.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

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

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2 Customer Reviews
   Best vegan magazine Reviewed Saturday, June 3, 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, April 3, 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-18.

Meet our Editor I recently attended a lecture on The Magic of Writing by Adrian May. As a writer, it is interesting to hear other people talk about their experiences, their frustrations and the little quirks ...
GOULDEN BOY Will Gould, the frontman for Creeper, on veganism, theatrics and his responsibility as an entertainer Interview Will Gould was surprising. We were on the phone for well over an hour, and ...
Would you EAT TRUFFLES, OR TRUFFLE PRODUCTS, if ANIMALS had BEEN USED TO FORAGE THEM? WOULD YOU EAT TRUFFLES, OR TRUFFLE PRODUCTS, IF ANIMALS HAVE BEEN USED TO FORAGE THEM? Truffles are a luxury product that are used sparingly, but, for some, are considered delicacies for their rich,...
Spring Soups Recipe ASPARAGUS & FENNEL SOUP Serves 3-4 • 10–12 asparagus spears, woody ends broken off • 1 large fennel bulb, roughly chopped, fronds reserved • 3–4 sp...
5 UNUSUAL PLACES TO EAT VEGAN IN LONDON London Vegan SALTY OR SWEET IN SOHO Taking the humble potato, deep frying them to perfection and adding inventive dips, Hip Chips are revolutionising snacking in the heart of Soho. Simp...
The Jaw-dropping truth Sharks aren’t the blood-thirsty creatures of your nightmares; they have just been portrayed that way “You’re going to need a bigger boat.” This quote from the 1975 film Jaws is, arguably, one o...
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Vegan Life   |   May-18   


I recently attended a lecture on The Magic of Writing by Adrian May. As a writer, it is interesting to hear other people talk about their experiences, their frustrations and the little quirks which make us all unique. I, for example, like to prepare my research in advance when writing a ‘long read’. Sitting with my research on one screen, a dauntingly blank document on the other and a steaming cup of Earl Grey tea, I can start writing. To the infinite amusement of the rest of Vegan Life HQ, I also like to listen to the Lord of the Rings soundtrack as I write… it is my quirk.

It occurs to me that we, as vegans, are all as unique as writers, with our own quirks, experiences and frustrations. We recently began featuring a monthly debate in the magazine and I have been thrilled at the width and depth of responses we have had to our questions. This month, we put truffles on the stand. A plant based, naturally occurring product that many vegans abstain from, and others adore. Hearing the contrary views of fellow vegans reminds me that, although we are all striving towards a common goal, we are all taking different paths there.

This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing Will Gould from the band Creeper. Creeper has won multiple awards including the Kerrang! Award for Best British Newcomer and is using its growing platform to speak about issues close to its heart, including veganism. I am also extremely excited to share my experience from a private screening of an incredible film called Down to Earth, which is set to be released on 14th September 2018. Find my review on page 102.

Finally, we have an article on the dairy industry from Viva! on page 48. 60 per cent of people are unaware of exactly how milk is produced and therefore this is the perfect article to give to a friend or family member who still drinks cow’s milk.

As ever, please feel free to get in touch.

Olivia Middlebrook
Editor
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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