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Vegan Food Truck To Be Featured On Food Network Show

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If you’re a hipster looking for your fix of the latest trend then you’ll already know this: Food trucks are the new cupcake.

And the Food Network is capitalizing on that with their series, “Great Food Truck Race.” The show follows several food trucks as they race across America in a competition to sell the most food, all in the name of the grand cash prize of $50,000.

We were quite happy to hear that Seabirds Truck, which was recently rated one of PETA’s Top 5 Vegan Friendly Food Trucks, will be part of that race. The Orange County, California truck makes sure its ingredients are organic and sourced locally, meaning that you’re guaranteed a fresh bite to eat.

Their menu offerings are 100% plant based and features such yummy items as the BBQ Tofu Taco, made with “blackened tofu topped with onion, cilantro, and tangy bbq sauce,” the Bella on Sourdough, which is a grilled portabella mushroom with lettuce, tomato, onions and homemade pesto mayo, and Sweet Potato Fries! Drooling?

No word yet on when the show will debut, but we think it’s great that the network is promoting veggie trucks, and we can’t wait to see Seabirds converting people to eating more veggie items with their delicious eats!

Photo courtesy of QuarryGirl.com

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