GIVEAWAY – A one year subscription to Chickpea Magazine

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Have you had a chance to read Chickpea Magazine yet? It’s beautiful, filled with pictures and articles and very different from your typical ad filled magazine. The Kitchn reported:

Cara Livermore, founder of Hipsterfood and the editor-in-chief of Chickpea, says she launched the magazine in part to “celebrate and normalize veganism” as well as focus on “well-thought out stories and features, appealing to everyone, [and] made beautiful to attract vegans AND non-vegans.” Each issue features whole-food recipes, photography, articles and stories “from small-kitchen busy moms to professional chefs, and everyone in between.”

The printed version is a full 8.5″x11″ with no ads, and you can buy back issues here for $20. Or else just read the issues online! Look for the new Summer issue to hit the (virtual) stands later this week.”

Chickpea is giving away a ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION to ANYONE IN THE WORLD! All you have to do TO ENTER: Let me know your favorite post that you wrote during this year’s Veganmofo in the comments below with a link. If you didn’t write one please link to a favorite that you read. Please make sure to include and email that you regularly check so I can send it to Chickpea. Thanks and enjoy the last couple days!

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93 Responses to GIVEAWAY – A one year subscription to Chickpea Magazine

  1. erinwyso says:

    I would love a chance to win a subscription! I liked writing:
    erinwyso [at] olivesfordinner [dot] com

  2. I guess it would be on Robin Robertson’s golden gravy from 1000 Vegan Recipes. It’s AMAZING and it’s super fast and simple. Love.

  3. Janel M. says:

    I didn’t write a post…but I read plenty. Aaaand I’m hungry.

  4. George says:

    Please choose me.

  5. Melanie says:

    What a great giveaway! Apart from all the recipes I enjoyed writing about how easy indian cooking can be:

  6. George says:

    Would love to win this subscription.

  7. Ange says:

    This looks interesting. Would love to read it.

  8. Omer says:

    I didn’t write anything :) But would love a subscription.. does it count?

  9. Liane says:

    Loving all the giveaways :) my favourite of the vegan MoFo posts was when I wrote about bread and vegan+glutenfree baking tipps

  10. I loved writing this post, because I really liked the soup and I was looking forward to have some more of it:

  11. I loved making these out of my brioche recipe, blueberry and lemon brioche muffins-

  12. Karen Rooney says:

    Ahh!! I love Chickpea and my most recent subscription just ended!! I think my favorite post so far has been the Tex Mex Spaghetti Squash with Black Bean Guacamole from Oh She Glows…it is so delicious!!

  13. Helen says:

    Ooh, great giveaway! The post I enjoyed writing most was this one, about tomates à la crème: Two main reasons: it reminded me of how much I enjoy reading Elizabeth David’s books, and it meant I got to eat a pile of really delicious, messy tomatoes.

  14. A. Cook says:

    I think my favorite post to write was a recipe post for Black Bean Taco Salad with Cheesy Poblano Pepper Dressing ( I was just so happy with how it turned out that writing the post was a blast!

  15. Ashley F. says:

    The magazine is so gorgeous! What a great giveaway! My favorite post that I wrote this year was my Spanakopita Bites! I am a sucker for appetizers and I love making little handheld bites for the holidays, and these worked out perfectly!

  16. Dan Hanley says:

    Mine was titled Restaurant relations.

  17. Shannon says:

    By far my favorite was banana fudgesicles. We’ve made them three times this month, even while trying to come up with other MoFo posts. Awesomeness!

  18. Meghan says:

    I don’t have a blog, but my favorite posts were from Alien’s Day Out, my favorite vegan blog! I especially liked her post about her favorite vegan foods – she’s so cute!

  19. I loved writing my post about eating durian for the first time because it was fun showing how different my reaction was to the other luminous vegan, Neal

  20. Stacy says:

    I loved this
    because of the Vegan French Quarter Muffalatta Sandwich!!

  21. Dawn says:

    I would love to get this magazine, sounds awesome! I found out about Vegan MoFo through this site:

  22. Tofuhead says:

    This one’s my favourite so far. The first time ever I made or ate baklava.

  23. Rachel says:

    I love the Noshtalgia series Vegan Eats & Treats is doing, especially this one:

    Reading the posts is a lot of fun, and it’s had me and my sister reminiscing a lot over our own favorite childhood foods.

    I’ve been intrigued by Chickpea magazine, and would love to read it!

  24. Stacy says:

    I did not write a post, but I am obsessed with almost every recipe that I have seen so far! My Pinterest board is overflowing with yummy recipes to try!!!

  25. kendy says:

    i guess any of my posts trying to show people you can eat vegan meals & snacks from target! i like showing how easy vegan food can be made & found.

  26. Terri Cole says:

    The gorgeous baked goods, all made with sourdough, at In Vegetables We Trust, has been my favorite MOFO theme. Here’s just one:

  27. Helen Kinsel says:

    I would love this subscription!

    My favorite post that I wrote for VeganMofo is my Review of Vegan for Her!

  28. Heather says:

    My favorite post is the one I just posted because it’s my first ever GIVEAWAY! Yay! Enter to win a free cookbook:
    This magazine looks amazing! I love the name too!

  29. Hannah says:

    I had fun showing how it’s possible to make vegan pesto in the hinterlands:

  30. Kim says:

    I didn’t write any posts for VeganMoFo, and I read a lot of awesome ones, but I thought this post about gourmet Trader Joe’s meals was so funny and great (the “pan-fondled” amuse bouche made me laugh out loud):
    Thanks for offering such a nice giveaway!

  31. Torrie says:

    I didn’t even know about Vegan MoFo until after it started, so no writing in it for me. But I have enjoyed every posting by an also new to me vegan blogger, with this one sparking special seasonal interest:

    I’d love to have the starter sub to “Chickpea,” a mag. I had never heard of until now. See how much help I need! Thank you.

  32. Tammy says:

    I discovered your site today, so I didn’t write a post. I am new vegan and would find this subscription to be so useful! Thanks for the opportunity.

  33. Chasity Dix says:

    My favorite post that I wrote was My 9 Favorite Vegetables to Drink. It hasn’t been my most viewed post this month but I like it best because I feel like people don’t realize all the veggies that you can juice and add to smoothies, and the benefits of drinking these veggies if you’re too lazy to cook them!

  34. Pure Ella says:

    I love CHICKPEA!!! And would love to win! ;)

    My best recipe has to be the Tomato & Black Bean Tart that is not only Vegan but also gluten free!
    A stunning weekend recipe that will please any crowd ;))

  35. Toni Okamoto says:

    I wrote about the Animal Place #hensonaplane transport. That’s my favorite.

  36. Crystal says:

    You don’t know how much I want this giveaway! The summer edition was awesome! They had the most delicious recipes and also discussed how to make your own milks from scratch!!! My fave post featured my babes ( daughters) and why baking vegan with children is awesome.

    Plus the picture of my middle babe is the cutest ever


  37. Monika says:

    My second breakfast/things on toast post, which had also had an artichoke spinach dip recipe.

  38. Preety says:

    oh i just joined you last didn’t write a post..

  39. Amy Kolasa says:

    My favorite was the post where I veganized a family favorite recipe, Red Devil.

  40. Chickpea always looks so darn pretty, I’d love to have an actual subscription.

    My favorite post to write was probably on Aztec chocolate making!

    This was my favorite post, because I got a little poetic over my son’s eating habits. Poor kid. His parents love him and feed him delicious, healthy food… :-)

  42. Anna says:

    I am not participating in VeganMoFo but I enjoy reading recipes from all over the world. I was especially happy to stumble across this Finnish blog post:
    It features a berry ‘foam’ that I happened to eat in a similar version while in Latvia this summer. I wasn’t told the name or recipe for the dish, only that it’s ‘naturally’ vegan, which made me quite curious. When I saw the post I was very happy that I could recreate the dessert at home now and revive the lovely memories from summer.

  43. Melissa says:

    My favorite part of VeganMoFo is the giveaways and being introduced to new cookbooks and products. This is my third year following the internet festivities, and while I have yet to win anything, I remain ever hopeful. I’m looking forward to the iron chef competition especially, and reading those blogs. I feel that I learn a lot about different foods because the ingredients are so limited. Thanks for a fun month!

  44. Renée ? says:

    My favorite post was Called “Kaylen’s Bread” – – which includes a recipe for super easy Sourdough Artisan Bread, but means so much more to me personally. Some time ago, my BFF Jenny asked me to give sourdough a go in the hopes that it would benefit her daughter, Kaylen, a beautiful young woman with serious digestive issues. Among other things, Gluten is not Kaylen’s friend. But she misses bread – real bread that does not “taste like sand” (Kaylen’s words) – a lot. Jenny had read that, because of the unique properties of slow-rising sourdough, Kaylen might be able to tolerate it better, so she wanted me to give it a try. I gave Kaylen her first loaf a couple of weeks ago, and after trying it for a week, she reported to me that she is ecstatic – my sourdough bread causes her none of the digestive issues she experiences with regular bread, and for the first time in years, she is eating toast for breakfast and loving it. I couldn’t be happier.

  45. Becca says:

    This was my fave post that I read! It has a recipe for The Almighty BLT from Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day by Celine Steen and Tamasin Noyes:

  46. Ben says:

    These tahini chocolate chip cookies from Hell Yeah It’s Vegan! are extremely relevant to my interests:

  47. Jen says:

    The favorite post I’ve written so far is this one in which I tried to make a gluten free version of Sarah Kramer’s pierogis as a tribute for her. She’s fierce, and has been really public with her cancer battle. I’ve been thinking about her a lot, sending her healing energy. So, I wanted to send her a picture of really cool pierogis that day, using her recipe, with the healing energy, but OMG they were so bad with my changes no way I’d send the pic (note to self, leave the recipes alone!) It was fun to try anyway; I thought about Sarah even more that day, sending the love and light, but not the pierogi pictures. VeganMoFo has been a great experience for me, I love finding so many new blogs.

  48. I loved giving a daily recap of what it’s like to be an intern architect and vegan.

  49. Mooinca says:

    Don’t have a vlog/blog but found this posting fun and I did what it said! :)

  50. Elizabeth says:

    I love being a vegan and I love to try new recipe ideas.

  51. I enjoyed making a “Ricin Beans” recipe for my TV Tuesdays tribute to Breaking Bad!

  52. Hailey says:

    These (not mine!) look so yummy. This is an amazinggggg giveaway, thank you!

  53. Linda says:

    I love Chickpea magazine, so I have to be in this! My favourite of my MoFo posts was this one about trying to recreate a favourite lentil burger. It reminded me of my wonderful share house friends in the1980s and how differently we all ate in those days.

  54. Rhiannon says:

    I have never even read a vegan magazine before! i didn’t know they existed!! How i would love to!!
    I loved writing and photographing this post

    Its not the most intricate recipe but i just love the idea of fruit in salad! I also wrote a funny story about my boyfriend that goes along with it.


  55. Tracy says:

    My favourite post has not actually been posted yet. It is my next post, with my grand fanale recipe, lets just say it involves, chocolate, icecream and then some more chocolate. I would love to win the subscriptions. Thanks

  56. Mipa says:

    I would love to win!! Here’s my fave post this MoFo. *hugs from Seoul, South Korea!*

  57. Walker Argendeli says:

    I’ve liked seeing all the tasty Ethiopian food!

  58. This is easily my favorite blog post written during Vegan Mofo – it is actually my favorite post I have ever written. I am working on writing in more creative ways than just “here is the food, here is a recipe (or approximation)”. This post achieved that goal.

    The best part is that not only did the dish just magically come together, but it sparked this writing.
    “Cous Cous w. Musrooms & Veggies”

  59. Marlies says:

    I didn’t write any, but I love love loved everything from seitanismymotor and ohsheglows…i think my favorite would have to be seitanismymotor’s poppy seed cake, which I LOVE (my mom is german) and it’s so nice to see it veganized!

  60. Magnificent Mystery Balls was my favorite to write…happy memories and superyumfulness. :)

  61. Richa says:

    OOh i’d love a subscription to the mag!

    My favorite post has been the Tempeh Scramble, Jalapeno Popper Dip, Broccoli all in a Wrap/burrito.

  62. Erin Fae says:

    I didn’t write a post, but i read quite a few of them!

  63. Emily says:

    This is a great idea, asking people to select their own favourites! Going through and checking out any I haven’t already seen…

    My favourite post was because it’s typical of how I can’t follow recipies, or even my own theme rules, but the results were still really tasty.

  64. Oooh how exciting – a competition I can enter!! One of my favourites this month was this delicious spicy Egyptian eggplant I made:

  65. Rithika says:

    What a beautiful looking magazine!

    I enjoyed writing about my trip to germany for this Vegan MoFo here:

  66. lysette says:

    Favorite post of MoFo so far:
    I loved being motivated to donate to the Sanctuary :)

  67. Shannon says:

    This was my favorite thing I have written so far!

    But the best thing I did was make vegan cannoli! Saving it for last!

  68. Judith says:

    Well, I enjoyed writing all of my posts. But if I have to choose, I’ll pick this one because I wrote it while I was on vacation and I’m still in love with the aubergine-antipasti :-)

  69. Sara says:

    I love Chickpea Magazine!
    My favorite post to write was the one about my Roasted Red Pesto, just because it’s so damn good.

  70. Caitlin says:

    I’d have to say one of my ravioli posts, because I had such a fun night making and testing three different kinds of ravioli with my boyfriend (who’s part of my Mofo theme of Suitable for Non Vegans). But if I had to choose just one ravioli, it would be the pumpkin cashew cheese ravioli, just because they were so delicious!

  71. Teresa says:

    My favorite blog post was for my Apple and Walnut Pie. The recipe turned out so well. I’m going to make it again tomorrow night.

  72. Nicole A says:

    Oo, I’ve been eying this magazine for ages! Let me think! I really liked writing my Vegan Budapest Gude: :-)

  73. Simona says:

    Oh gosh, I’ve read waaay too many to pick just one!!! I simply love vegan mofo :D

  74. Kelly G. says:

    I don’t know if that was my favorite post, but the Coffee Cake from Vegan Brunch was definitely the tastiest recipe I tried this month…followed closely by the Skillet-Style Lasagna for Betty Goes Vegan!

  75. One of my favorite posts was a recipe for Spiced Boiled Cider — it is so different from anything else I’ve made and is a perfect recipe for fall!

  76. Cadry says:

    I’d love to finally read Chickpea! I’ve heard so many good things!

    My favorite post that I wrote during MoFo was a recreation of the fried puffy nachos that I ate regularly in high school. It brought back so many feelings and memories diving into a big platter of them!

  77. Jackie says:

    My favorite post to write was probably the one about pressure cookers (, because I had SO MUCH FUN drawing David Bowie in the pressure cooker Enterprise.

  78. Johanna GGG says:

    This sort of competition is such a great idea because I love all the links to other people’s favourite posts. I find it really hard to choose a favourite post but as I love food and history and this one really focuses on it, I will choose this post

  79. Joey says:

    For me, it was writing Fun making the dish, writing the post, then eating it!

  80. Great give away! I love Chickpea magazin and the styling of it.

    I most enjoyed writing about visiting this organic garden with wonderful herbs, vegetables and fruits, and buying the red potatoes over there. I enjoyed photographing all these nice flowers, insects and nice veggies and show the world trough my blog.

    I enjoyed veganmofo a lot this year!

  81. Anna says:

    The “Sews before Bros” wrote a hilarious post on The Gathering of the Juggalos and veganizing one their dishes, the stoner bowl, which consists of french fries topped with cheesesteak and nacho cheese.


    (I regularly check Vegan Mofo).

  82. Rachel says:

    What an awesome giveaway! I just discovered Kim Cooks Veg 4 U from randommofo and I love her writing!

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