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The Future of Food is Plant Based

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The Food Revolution


There is nothing I want to see more than a world driven by veganism. It is the thing which I am most passionate about, and I feel extremely lucky to get to combine something I love with how I earn a living. I believe that plant based eating is the future of food.


The growing number of people removing meat and other animal products from their diets is growing rapidly, with some people choosing to eat vegan 24/7 and others cutting down on their consumption considerably. It is clear that a vegan future is looking more likely by the day.


Between our Cook Vegan magazine and our sister titles Vegan Life and Vegan Trade Journal, we’ve been trying to keep pushing the momentum in the right direction and show more and more people that being vegan isn’t as difficult as it may seem.


The rise of social media platforms for presenting an image of ourselves to the world has certainly been a factor in the growth of veganism, as more people want to show off their plant based meals to friends and followers. But we’ve also noticed a growing number of people who don’t necessarily want to call themselves vegan or identify with that label, despite eating a vegan diet.


Therefore, we’ve taken the bold decision to re-brand our Cook Vegan magazine as PlantBased. The content is only going to expand, so you can still expect a wealth of vegan recipes, tips and techniques, alongside the latest news, hot products and interviews. However, by re-branding we believe we can reach a whole new group of people who are on their way to veganism or are open to the idea and want to learn more about plant based eating.


For me, this can only be a positive thing. Any chance to convince more people that the future is plant based isn’t something I want to shy away from and I can’t wait to have the opportunity to speak to more people and reach those that may have never considered picking up the magazine previously.


But just in case you were wondering, we are still a 100% vegan magazine, being run by vegans. Our ethics and love for plant based food remain the same, and we can’t wait to help more people on their own vegan journeys.


We hope you’ll stick with us through this re-brand and spread the word on social media. We love to hear your feedback and ideas, so if you want to get in touch please drop me a message at


Let’s continue to show the world how delicious plant based food can be!


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  1. Julie dixon on October 28, 2017 at 1:04 pm

    I understand your magazine is called plant based but I am disappointed about your article on page 16 about eggs. The headline eggs are as bad as cigarettes is far fetched to say the least and very misleading to anyone converting to a plant based diet. Eggs do not cause bad cholesterol as has been proved in proper scientific studies unlike what the health scare mongers. Look forward to your thoughts on this. I bought this magazine for some helpful advice.

    • plantbased on October 30, 2017 at 2:40 pm

      Hi Julie,
      The article that I believe you are referring to (in the November issue of PlantBased), is about a series of claims made about food in the documentary ‘What the Health’.
      The claim “Eggs are just as bad as cigarettes” is just one of the bold claims that was made in the documentary and we thought that this would provoke discussion. We are in no way trying to say that any of these claims are true or not; only highlighing some of the statements that the documentary has made. However, we do apologise if the purpose of this particular article has been misleading or misinterpreted.

  2. Sandra Maestas on November 25, 2017 at 5:12 am

    Hello, my name is Sandra and I’m the founder of Cookin’Kiddos. We are a mobile plant-based cooking class. Our go is to provide every child and schools the opportunity to learn to cook. Our goal is to teach children and their families the importance of eating fruit and vegetables. How adding simple herbs and spices can transform any dish. Our goal is to teach children and their families how they can enjoy all their favorites without any animal product.
    We were featured on KTLA news. I’m writing to you because we would love to be featured or even write a column or plant-based recipe for your magizine. We hope to hear from you!

    • plantbased on November 27, 2017 at 4:06 pm

      Hi Sandra! For enquiries about featuring in our magazine please contact our editor at 🙂

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