Cara Livermore, founder of Hipsterfood and the editor-in-chief of Chickpea, says she launched the magazine in part to "celebrate and normalize veganism" as well as focus on "well-thought out stories and features, appealing to everyone, [and] made beautiful to attract vegans AND non-vegans." Each issue features whole-food recipes, photography, articles and stories "from small-kitchen busy moms to professional chefs, and everyone in between."
The printed version is a full 8.5"x11" with no ads, and you can buy back issues here for $20. Or else just read the issues online! Look for the new Summer issue to hit the (virtual) stands later this week.
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