Hello and welcome to Issue 2 of our fab new free online magazine Plant Powered Planet!
Issue 2 is full up with fantastic interviews and focuses on the best the plant based lifestyle has to offer the discerning 21st century individual, who values animals, environment and people when making lifestyle consumer choices. Our regular contributors Tony Bishop Weston (The Vegetable Plot) and Daniele Maupertuis (Vegans Deserve Better than a Fruit Salad) return with their summer special seasonal sprinklings of plant based gold dust, including asking the question ‘Are you eating too much ultra processed vegan pap?’ and a wonderful raw vegan cheesecake recipe, and we were thrilled to catch up with our star 3 guests for issue 2, BodyBuilder Robert Cheeke, Activist Juliet Gellatley and Actor Danny Hatchard.
The Vegan Organic Network make their regular appearance including more seasonal veganic gardening tips from author Piers Warren, Emma Fry once more takes us on a few vegan travel tips, and we take a look at new book ‘Feeding Your Vegan Child’ alongside the launch of new vegan snacks and motivational packs brand GoalPower, before getting to chat with The Vegan Vet about companion animals and plant based diets – followed by some awesome top picks from ProGroom and Vegeco!
There’s a summery roundup for vegan ice cream options and some fab lifestyle choices along with the best in vegan shoes, and our regular visit to the Vegan Traders Union features a number of vegan artists and their creations. There’s also a visit to plant based restaurant Stem & Glory and a fun look at how to stay vegan in the face of some of the obstacles in place, and a short interview with Alex Lockwood about sustainable plant based food systems, before we make a short trip to say hello to our friends at V For Life who give us an update on their incredible work in care homes, and then to cap off a wonderful uplifting summer special, we take a fascinating glimpse into the lives of 4 vegan careers in what should be a regular feature in future issues of Plant Powered Planet!
Talking of future issues – issue 3 is out in November 2021, with Issue 1 available HERE to read if you haven’t already.