Founder: Eartha Lowe
Located in Toronto, Canada, Cooking Green Goodness Magazine has built a digital readership worldwide. This magazine is inspired to provide a platform where we can highlight the vegan food and culture that exists in the Afro-Caribbean community and amplify voices in the conversations surrounding veganism.
The Food And Drink section of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine features healthful, delicious vegan recipes from talented food writers and bloggers, food photographers, and recipe developers in the food industry. What you get is a mini cookbook in every issue along with: wellness, nutrition and fitness articles; activism; art; a look at food security matters and the latest news and developments in veganism, such as the different factors that afford us the opportunity to enjoy the many substitutes available for all the animal products that vegans and even non-vegans can enjoy.
Create writing and journalism opportunities.
Manage projects to highlight the latest news and developments in veganism, such as the different factors that afford us the opportunity to enjoy the many substitutes available for all the animal products that vegans and even non-vegans can enjoy.
Work with causes for the protection of, and ethical treatment of animals.
Through vegan food programs, inspire a shift in thinking about how we choose to nourish our bodies.
Expand this magazine’s reach by building a community willing to learn about the many ways to embrace veganism. Visit shareyourveganism.org to learn more about Cooking Green Goodness Magazine’s special project to promote unique, effective, and relevant forms of activism.
If you take a look at the history of home cooking, you’ll learn that it’s a style which took advantage of the abundance of a beautiful land and its natural agricultural resources. Home cooking, from scratch, is part of a people’s story: the wonder of creating, the pleasure of time spent in the honest pursuit of tradition and nourishment of our bodies and those of our family. Also, let’s be honest, eating food is a major source of joy in everyday life. This magazine advocates for nutritious, healthy eating, and is passionate about cooking and creating vibrant, flavourful dishes, using whole, down to earth ingredients. Join Cooking Green Goodness Magazine on a journey of good food and recipes for your wellness.
In no particular order, thank you to our readers in Canada, Jamaica, Trinidad, France, Greece, India, Singapore, China, USA, United Kingdom, Germany, Thailand, and everyone who embraces the notion of compassion and a brighter future for all mankind.
Read the Latest Issue: Fruits of Jamaica
In the latest 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.
Squeeze, Juice, Blend
In Food And Drink, enter a world where one mango is never enough and get the recipe for Mango Mojito contributed by Ananya Pandit (page 6). Make it an instant holiday with tropical shakes. Learn how to make your own Guava Juice (page 16). Open our eyes to joyful good mornings with a Watermelon Breakfast Juice (page 22). Serve a gorgeous purple cocktail blended with refreshing coconut water, grapes and berries, over crushed ice (page 20).
Develop a taste for island living with a piquant brew, and get the recipe for a Passion Fruit Iced Tea with Lime contributed by Sabine Alphonsine, food photographer and culinary stylist (page 15). Sabine’s photography also graces the cover of this issue of Cooking Green Goodness Magazine.
Squeezing, juicing, and blending allows you to bring your own creative interpretation to nature’s bounty. Read Tips to Guarantee Great Drinks Every Time (page 9). Hello summer, here we come!
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