You guys seriously need to check out this FREE online Vegan magazine. It’s called Little Green Seedling Magazine. I mean, who doesn’t like free stuff for one? Two- free stuff that is actually useful and entertaining is just icing on the raw vegan carrot cake, now isn’t it? You should definitely put it on your regular reading list, and here’s why:
Seedling Magazine Covers it All
Little Green Seedling Magazine is a new online periodical that covers all things vegan. From how plant-based living improves the body and soul, to the impact it makes on the planet and our cultures. It truly is a comprehensive news and education tool for vegan and minimalist living. This unique magazine has an eclectic array of topics from very talented authors, healthcare professionals, and vegan chefs. I mean, it really touches on a little of everything.
This is the magazine’s 3rd publication. It is steadily gaining in popularity for sure, undoubtedly due to the quality of the content and editing (performed by Bethany, a dedicated and knowledgeable minimalist-living vegan from the UK). The mission of the E-zine is to inspire and empower people to live compassionate, mindful lives. Bethany certainly brings these ideals to fruition via careful selection of helpful, sensible articles on veganism and plant-based living, positive medical and scientific research articles backed by sound resources and data, and delicious tried and true recipes for readers to enjoy making and sharing at home.
What Kind of Things Can You Find in this Free Online Vegan Magazine?
Like I said, this magazine has it all and I continue to be impressed with each new release. So far, there are recipes for delicious vegan treats like Toffee Cake, Vegan Rice Pudding, and Pumpkin & Pepper Soup. Very sensible and well-written articles such as How/Why to Detox from Electronics, the use of Meditation for Depression, and What Meat Cravings Really Mean. Not only does the magazine contain a wealth of knowledge for the newb or seasoned vegan alike, but the website and associated Facebook page has even more!! I’m definitely a subscriber and certainly wouldn’t be recommending it to you if I thought it was inbox garbage, so check out Little Green Seedling Magazine when you get a minute or two. I’m confident you won’t be disappointed.