Vegan Gluten-Free Food Truck

November 3rd, 2011
Veggie Love (from veggieloveasheville.com)

Veggie Love (photo from veggieloveasheville.com)

Veggie Love, Asheville’s own vegan and gluten-free food truck, has been around since this past summer. I finally managed to try them out today, when they were parked a few blocks from my house. For such a small city, Asheville always surprises me with all of its vegan resources. I’ve lived in bigger cities that didn’t have this much to offer vegans.

I was tickled to see, painted on the truck, “gluten-free”. I asked if all the food is gluten-free. She was quite definitive. “Yes, everything is always gluten-free, now and forever.” So great. There were also some raw food options as well. They even sell coconut water, which is my latest addiction.

I ordered miso soup with seaweed and a Dosarita, which was just like a south Indian dosa, as far as I could tell.

It’s no 5-star restaurant and the options are limited (it is just a little food truck, after all), but everything I ate was good and healthy too. Definitely a great place to go if you need a quick bite to eat and they’re parked nearby. I’m happy to report that there was a line for food, so hopefully they means they are doing well and will be around for a long while.

Go to their website, www.veggieloveasheville.com, to find out where they’re parked.

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  2. Aunt Kathie Says:

    Asheville sounds like such a wonderful, creative city… and yummy too. One of the things I miss about NYC is all the food options. And delivery. I really miss delivery here in upstate NY. I’m so glad you are happy and have found a wonderful place to live. I just wish it was possible to move NC closer to NY.

    That pie down below looks good and I’m not a big fan of pie – except for pumpkin pie. Love pumpkin pie.

    I Love You,
    Aunt Kathie

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