Cooking Green Goodness Magazine’s Share Your Veganism platform showcases unique, effective, and relevant forms of activism. Check out the winners from Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom, who were awarded in the 2020 Photo Essay Contest. Contest details and more are on the Awards website, shareyourveganism.org.
Read the latest issues of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine on your desktop, tablet, or mobile devices. Shop issues online; $2.95 CAD full digital access. Each purchase allows you to read on issuu.com anytime. Tap HERE for details.
Top News Articles & Events
Animal Rights Advocate Nikki Anniehs Awarded 1st Place Prize In The Share Your Veganism: 2020 Photo Essay Contest
“I am also a passionate vegan and animal rights advocate so my photography reflects on that a lot. I just love animals and my hopes is that by bringing some of their moments we can regain a love for animals and connect with them once again. The only way to shoot an animal is with your camera.” Nikki Aniehs, Pals Illuminated Photography, Burlington, Ontario
The Storied Recipe concept is unique. Becky Hadeed, sets out to tell stories of people from around the world, and from the beginning, has been firmly committed to sharing stories of people of colour in their own words, in their own voices.
I was recently interviewed as a guest on The Storied Recipe and our episode went live today!! Here’s what the host, Becky Hadeed, had to say about the episode and the highlights of our interview.
In this bonus issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine, the sticky flesh, heady perfumes, vibrant colours and bizzare shapes common among plant life in Jamaica’s tropical zone is celebrated.
Human touch has a unique quality. Whether it is a simple hug or a tap on the arm, it is a palpable reminder that we are not alone. Human touch reminds us that others are there to offer their friendship, affection, or support. Tap to read more.
Welcome to April! Water seeps into the earth awakening the sights and sounds of nature laid dormant by the rhythmic cycles of the seasons. Tart red rhubarb, sweet strawberries and garden peas signal the season of eating fresh.
In addition to eating more whole, plant-based meals, we can lessen our environmental “food-print” by enjoying more seasonal produce, too. As you pursue recipes, use our general in-season guide for information on some wonderful vegetables and fruit you’ll find in Canadian grocery stores this month.