Bird’s Eye Review: Vegan Life Magazine March/April 15

z04eanoT The March/April issue of Vegan Life magazine comes with news and treats a plenty. My boyfriend was happy to see the article on Vegan beers and I will most definitely be trying out the recipe for the Portobello burger (as shown on the cover above). Here are a few of my other favourite articles from the issue:


We love a good Indian in our household and I have recently been experimenting with making Indian starters and accompaniments as well as the traditional curries. (Do you realise how easy chipati’s are to make?). I will definitely be trying out this recipe for Indian style pancakes. They look delicious.


I also loved the article about Vegan cosmetics. As someone who initially found it difficult to find make-up that was cruelty-free and contained no animal derivatives, this feature is super helpful for anyone beginning their vegan journey or transitioning their beauty products. A lot of the brands mentioned were new to me so I will be checking these out (and of course, bringing you reviews).


I read with interest the feature on the link between Yoga and Veganism as it is something that I have practised on and off for years. The article suggests that yoga makes us more aware of our bodies, thoughts and actions and this is definitely something us vegans can relate to.


If you haven’t bought a copy of this month’s Vegan Life magazine, you can enter the competition to win a fabulous Suma hamper here:

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