Health and wellness are two things we could all use an extra helping of after the indulgence-laden holiday season. Get 2008 off to the right start by reading up on some seriously fit vegan athletes, the benefits of a raw diet, and a hearty dose of R&R at the worlds best, veg spas and wellness retreats. Revitalizing recipes, advice to keep your mental state as healthy as the rest of you, and the latest and greatest cookbooks are sure to put a New Years spring in your step. Click here to order a single copy.
Click on these links to enjoy sample pages from this very special issue:
Veganize It! Mac n cheese
8 Great Ways to Support Vegetarianism in 2008
The Great Soy Debate
Too much of a good thing? Is omnipresent soy healthy or a health hazard?
Raw foodists step away from the sidelines and into the spotlight!
Extreme Vegan Athletes
Vegan athletes are taking on the competition and kicking butt with plant-based power!
Veg happenings around the globe
News Beet Extra
Battle for the ballot
Reader of the Month
One readers 15 Minutes of fame
Mickey Z. Says
Whom to believe in the cacophony of voices?
Restaurant review: Luminous Casa de Luz
Real raw foods (Marinated Kale Salad, Nacho Cheeze Dip, and Cashew Fondue!)
Spicy West Africa (Jollof Rice and Beans, and Spinach with Spicy Peanut Sauce)
Simple spreads (Easy Guacamole, Roasted Red Pepper Dip, and Creamy Broccoli Dip)
Veganize it! Mac n cheese (debut column)
Cacao calling: Raw desserts
Taste test: Chicken-less soup
Après ski, vegan-style
Veg escape to Tokyo
Veg vacation to stress-free spa destinations
Five cold-fighting foods
Veg Valentines Day with Rory Freedman
Piraros punitive provisions: Hospitals and schools serve up unhealthy food
Jump into Sharkwater
DIY Activism: Promoting vegetarianism in 2008
How I Went Veg: Going against tradition and family for the animals
Whats in your medicine cabinet?
Living in the Raw Desserts
Skinny Bitch in the Kitch
The Thrive Diet
Veganomicon + Q&A with Terry Hope Romero!
The Vegetarian Solution
John Bustines Waltzes and Pleas
Reid Jamiesons The Presley Sessions
PLUS all of the usual
Edgy Veggies humor, international events calendar, letters to the editor, classifieds, photos galore, veg marketplace, and much more.
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Up next in our Go Vegan! issue: 30 years of vegetarianism, avoiding activist burnout, the great, veg, American road trip, and much more.
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