Photographs are one way to tell about something beautiful. You may also draw or paint pictures. You may sing or dance. You may write a poem or a story. Cooking Green Goodness is Canada’s 1st black-owned 100% vegan food and wellness magazine, showcasing empowered eating through the beauty of art.
With our head office located in Toronto, Canada, we pride ourselves on being a trailblazer. Our readership is worldwide. Our contributors hail from around the globe. We are inspired to provide a platform where we can highlight the vegan food and culture that exists in the Caribbean community, and amplify voices in the conversations surrounding plant-based food.
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; a look at food security matters; 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 even non-vegans enjoy.
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. Let’s get cooking!
Founder: Eartha Lowe