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We can spot those lunch trucks from a mile away. The yummy, greasy scent makes us flock and grab something delicious and unhealthy. But, alas, there are actually food trucks around the world that we should take a stroll over to and purchase a satisfying meal.
Huffington Post provides us with a few.
If you're headed to NYC for the day, you may want to check this truck out. The Cinnamon Snail offers vegan and organic menus that change seasonally. It's a little pricey with the $7 to $8 sandwiches such as the maple mustard tempeh and miniature cheesecakes and vegan donuts, but hey, it's New York!
In Austin, Texas, look for the bright yellow truck, Blenders And Bowls, which specializes in organic açaí. They offer superfoods, like cacao, chia seeds, goji berries, hemp and yerba mate.
While in good ol' Atlanta, GA, be sure to take a peek at Happy Belly Curbside Kitchen. Not only are there signature foods like kale Waldorf salad, with green apples, blue cheese, pecans, applewood smoked bacon and honey dressing, and the Puffin Paleo free-range chicken on a bed of sautéed zucchini noodles, pine nuts and fresh basil pesto, but 5 percent of the profits are donated to the Boys & Girls Club of Atlanta. That's just an all around good idea.
In addition, according to Nutraceutical Magazine, some food trucks offer deals such as "Food Truck Fridays," which "accompany art walks and farmers markets." You can locate trucks from Seattle to New Hampshire morning and night, mostly during lunch hours, downtown, at outdoor markets, sporting events, fairs and specialty car shows.
So, don't forget to find these scrumptious trucks and their delicious food the next time you're visiting each area.