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See the article hot for food: an interview with lauren toyota

Hot for Food: An Interview with Lauren Toyota

Warning: Do not read if you’re hungry. Media personality, cookbook author, and YouTuber Lauren Toyota will make you hot for food (the title of her plant-based blog). This vegan Canadian cooking maven is one to follow for her guiltless vegan photos and captivating authenticity. As the woman behind the popular hot for food brand, she’s not afraid to pose with a stray noodle protruding from her mouth or send cooking utensils accidentally flying in a video. Lauren is one hundred percent real, and her recipes are one hundred percent delicious (and easily replicated at home). She carved out time from promoting her new cookbook—hot for food all day— to chat with us.

Tanya Flink
Lauren Toyota
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See the article q&a: the great american baking show’s chris tucker dishes on his vegan lifestyle

Q&A: The Great American Baking Show’s Chris Tucker Dishes on His Vegan Lifestyle

The vegan chef and baker shares his personal journey to veganism, his experience on The Great American Baking Show, and much more in our exclusive interview!

Kayla Pasko
Chris Tucker
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See the article q&a with dr. michael greger: busting myths about veganism

Q&A with Dr. Michael Greger: Busting Myths About Veganism

Our new issue of VegOut Mag features an interview with one of our favorite vegan physicians—Dr. Michael Greger. Evidence-based weight loss? He’s on it. Best foods to eat on a plant-based diet? He’s got a checklist. Tips for improving immune function during the pandemic? He’s got those as well. Check out our interview teaser here and snag the full article in the new edition of VegOut Magazine available now.

Anja Grommons Anja Grommons
Dr. Greger
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See the article 12 inspirational black vegan instagrammers you need to follow now

12 Inspirational Black Vegan Instagrammers You Need to Follow Now

Here is a list of Black vegan public figures that inspire, encourage, and motivate others to live compassionately by creating great content on vegan food, environmental sustainability, mental and physical health, and human rights.

Mohini Patel Mohini Patel
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See the article how to be an intersectional vegan: q&a with omowale adewale, founder of black vegfest

How to Be an Intersectional Vegan: Q&A With Omowale Adewale, Founder of Black VegFest

We as vegans advocate for animal rights, but how can we also seek justice for Black lives in our day-to-day advocacy?

Kayla Pasko
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See the article vegan pro skater micky papa on skateboarding, the olympics, and his nonna’s cooking

Vegan Pro Skater Micky Papa on Skateboarding, the Olympics, and His Nonna’s Cooking

2020 was the year skateboarding would debut at the Olympics, but unfortunately for Olympic hopefuls like Micky Papa, they’ll have to wait another year to show off their skills on the world stage. Micky isn’t too phased by the postponement, though. He just wants to skate. The vegan professional skateboarder allowed us into his world, demonstrating that the skater lifestyle is far more complex than people in backwards hats fooling around skate parks. Micky takes the extremely difficult sport seriously, both for its physical challenges and its mental demands (it takes a very specific mindset to hurl yourself into the air knowing you could land face-first on concrete). Micky shares his thoughts on the art of skating, how veganism is integrated into the sport, and how his Italian Nonna’s cooking influenced his diet and his perspective on life.

Tanya Flink
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