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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.

Ad-free

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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From The Archives: Every Day is Earth Day

From The Archives: Every Day is Earth Day

We love any excuse for a holiday, especially when it comes packaged with raising awareness of positive change - Earth Day included. But we also believe that these holidays should be jumping-off points or reasons to rally around a whole lifestyle of good actions. One day isn’t enough, in our...

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Pink Radish Salad

Pink Radish Salad

  Since I just taught a six hour food photography class this weekend, we ended up with a lot of fresh leftover ingredients that needed to be used. For the past few days, there has been some amazingly warm weather for February in upstate New York, and I've taken full advantage of...

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Vegan Goodness, A Book Review

Vegan Goodness, A Book Review

Jessica Prescott’s book Vegan Goodness is subtitled with “delicious plant-based recipes that can be enjoyed every day” and I do think she achieved her goal of that subtitle. The whole-food aspect is something i’m always looking for - I think it’s a refreshing take on traditional cookbooks. To be able...

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