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 Post subject: Boston vegan-friendly food trucks!
PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2015 5:34 pm 
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We have at least a few vegan-friendly food trucks in Boston, and it occurred to me that there may be even more I don't know about, so here we are!

My #1 favorite is the Taco Party vegan taco truck (they do have dairy cheese on board in case people want it, but otherwise everything is vegan--and they also have Daiya). They've been amazing, too, about working around my weird food allergies.

Probably everyone knows about the Clover food trucks (and their actual brick-and-mortar locations! Psyched for the Central Square one because it's supposed to be 24 hours, right? Or just really late?).

And today I found out about the Stoked pizza truck, which has vegan options. I haven't been yet but am going next week for sure!

What others have you guys found?

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I can't think of any others but I LOVE Taco Party! I saw Stoked had vegan options during a festival last year but didn't buy any. The next time I saw it there wasn't any vegan options.

Oh, Kickass Cupcakes usually has at least one vegan cupcake.

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 Post subject: Re: Boston vegan-friendly food trucks!
PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2015 12:59 pm 
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I didn't even know they have a truck!

A friend found a facebook event for a Vegan Food Truck and Beer festival in September (no details yet, but yay!): https://www.facebook.com/events/1046093508753594/

I'll be at a wedding that weekend so someone has to go and take ample notes! (But "notes" I mean "samples.")

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PostPosted: Sat May 02, 2015 8:58 am 
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I just read about this "trike"- http://www.scoopsights.com/ They're going to be at the South End Food Truck Market.

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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2015 1:23 pm 
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Taco Party Truck is going brick and mortar in Ball Square Somerville! Can't waaaaaaait. Also, they have vegan options. And vegan gluten free options. I eat there a couple times a week. Just sayin.


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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2015 3:18 pm 
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lilhomo wrote:
Taco Party Truck is going brick and mortar in Ball Square Somerville! Can't waaaaaaait. Also, they have vegan options. And vegan gluten free options. I eat there a couple times a week. Just sayin.

I'm so excited about this!!!

I finally made it to Stoked a couple weeks ago! I had the mushroom pizza, which is a white pizza, and really liked it. The pizzas are huge for a single serving, though--mine lasted for 2 meals! They use Daiya to replace the cheese to make it vegan. They'll also do vegan versions of some of their non-vegan pizzas; they had a buffalo chicken pizza that they would also do as buffalo cauliflower if you wanted it vegan (a coworker got that and liked it a lot).

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