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Community-based

After starting our blog hipsterfood in 2010, we wanted to create something that could include all of our colleagues and great readers. 

We get all of our content from our online community, and strive to showcase great features from people of all backgrounds and skill levels.

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We think magazines shouldn't be jam-packed full of ads, or exist solely to promote products from huge corporations. Our issues are filled only with good content, not promotions.

Whole foods

We proudly promote a whole-foods, plant based DIY way of life, something anyone can try, even if they're not vegan or vegetarian.

Our magazine's content is 100% vegan.

High quality

Our print copies are printed & bound in small runs, on heavy duty paper that will last you years to come. 

Digital copies include extra bonus content found nowhere else, and are great to read on your computer or mobile device.

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Shredded Sesame Brussels

Shredded Sesame Brussels

This recipe is super simple to prepare and will serve a party or yourself for a whole week. It goes great as a side dish, a mix-in for a salad, or as an appetizer topper like we’re showing here. We paired it with some toasted wheat baguette, cashew cheese, and...

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Review & A Recipe // Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook

Review & A Recipe // Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook

I’m going to get right into this review because there’s so much to talk about. This is Smith & Daughters: A Cookbook (That Happens To Be Vegan) by Shannon Martinez and Mo Wyse. It’s out now and you can grab it for yourself here if you like. We’re also including...

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One Prep, Many Meals

One Prep, Many Meals

It’s kind of amazing how little I had to do to create a whole week’s worth of lunches (and a couple dinners!) by just prepping a few ingredients. I had a little extra time on Monday, so I made an extra large version of my lunch, and stored the base...

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