Published On: Wed, Dec 27th, 2017

Vegan Food & Living January 2018

The January issue of Vegan Food & Living is packed with nutritious wholesome dishes that are good for you, but are so delicious you’ll actually want to eat them!

Vegan Food & Living January 2018

After all the over-indulgence of Christmas, most of us want to start eating a little better when it comes to the new year. So the January issue of Vegan Food & Living is packed with nutritious wholesome dishes that are good for you, but are so delicious you’ll actually want to eat them!

On the subject of nutrition, this issue also sees the introduction of a brand new section dedicated to health and nutrition. This time we look at whether or not you need to take supplements, which plant milk is best suited to you, which everyday superfoods you should give a go, and how to feed your flu.

Also this issue, we cook up tasty vegan dishes using just 7 ingredients, reveal how you can portray the best image of veganism and meet Tesco’s new Chef-Director of Plant-Based Innovation, Derek Sarno.

Vegan Food & Living January 2018

If you’re trying veganism for the first time as part of Veganuary, you’ll be pleased to hear we have a free gift with the issue that’s perfect to you. Our Essential Guide to Veganuary features unmissable advice on how to avoid the pitfalls during your first month as a vegan, a bite-size guide to nutrition, top tips for eating out and exclusive discounts for Las Iguanas, All Bar One, Pulsin and PHB Beauty.

Pick up your copy of Vegan Food & Living from selected WH Smith, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose, Marks & Spencer, as well as Hobbycraft and independent newsagents. Click here to find your nearest stockist, or alternatively, you can order online from us here.

You can also download the digital edition here.

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