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09/23/2011

New vegan online magazine is adorable and free!   »

Cara from hipsterfood (we love them!) started a community vegan online magazine called Chickpea (GOOD NAME) and their first issue just released yesterday. It’s really pretty, with some great looking food photos and recipes, which is not surprising because hipsterfood is so fucking cute and delicious! It’s also free, so no skin off your back to check it out, Scrooge McDuck. There’s more than recipes, too. We’re so lucky! Fall product guides, vegan journey stories, how to pack your own vegan lunch, and other really fantastic stuff that will cause you to read it instead of doing stupid work.

So, that makes two vegan online mags that I know of, this and T.O.F.U., right? Are there more? If so, let me know so I can read them all immediately. Well, right after I watch Community and Parks & Rec and the entire second season of Breaking Bad again. Also, I gotta clean the kitchen and do some Kettle Bell exercises (SEXY) but RIGHT AFTER THAT. And in conclusion, make me this from Chickpea’s first issue:


01/13/2011

Cara of Hipster Food made "melty-chocolate brownies," and ate them with rice milk and vegan cookies and cream ice cream. WOW.
She says she “felt like Bruce Bogtrotter while eating these,” to which we say, GO ON BRUCIE FINISH THAT CAKE.

Cara of Hipster Food made "melty-chocolate brownies," and ate them with rice milk and vegan cookies and cream ice cream. WOW.

She says she “felt like Bruce Bogtrotter while eating these,” to which we say, GO ON BRUCIE FINISH THAT CAKE.

11/29/2010

Once more: Happy Thanksgiving from Cara of Hipster Food! These are her apple spice cupcakes with molasses frosting and candied walnuts, one of three vegan desserts she brought to an omnivorous dinner. She says that “not only could no one tell the difference between our desserts and the other ones brought, but ours were gone FIRST.” Everybody loves a vegan baked good! Happy Thanksgiving, Cara!

Once more: Happy Thanksgiving from Cara of Hipster Food! These are her apple spice cupcakes with molasses frosting and candied walnuts, one of three vegan desserts she brought to an omnivorous dinner. She says that “not only could no one tell the difference between our desserts and the other ones brought, but ours were gone FIRST.” Everybody loves a vegan baked good! Happy Thanksgiving, Cara!

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