om nom

om nom is a biannual magazine about good food, people and places, and about eating and living better. the goal of the magazine is to think differently about plant-based food, that it doesn’t have to be expensive and restrictive but instead, simple and realistic.



issue 2 of Om Nom considers two important areas within the ethical movement – the growing trend towards zero-waste, and the use of both conventional and unconventional activism to help inspire people to adopt a plant-based lifestyle. the magazine meets companies that are helping towards those ends, including a zero-waste bulk buy store in Totnes and the world’s first vegan football club. also in the issue: nut milks; plant-based events; growing your own food; what veganism can learn from other activist movements.

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