Food trucks are sweeping the nation, and in Los Angeles, there are a plethora of choices, including from Korean, Chinese, Mexican, New American, and many more. In true west coast style, many of them cater to the vegan and vegetarian population. Here's a roundup of 8 food trucks that serve everything from organic, vegan and yes meat :
Besides shrimp, chicken, beef, and pork, this Cajun-themed truck shows some love to LA vegans by serving up veggies cooked in a spicy sauce with rice and French bread!
Whether you're a vegan, lactose intolerant, or just cutting down your fat intake, check out Del's frozen lemonade. It's definitely a classic vegan dessert for everyone!
A good option if you're going out with some carnivorous friends. While they pig out on hot dogs and hamburgers, you can treat yourself to a veggie burger with avocado, tomato, and grilled onions, with a side of sweet potato fries. Can you say yum!
This truck advertises the local, sustainably raised, and organic items on this menu. They rotate their options frequently, but I'd really love to get a hold of one of their veggie breakfast burritos.
Probably not a sustainable option for your waistline, but man... those vegan chili fries made with soy chorizo look very tempting.
More vegan dessert options! Get Shaved will mix and match for you. Their Island Breeze combo includes mango, coconut, and guava shaved ice.
Frankenstand does a lot to differentiate itself from the pack. It's a horror-themed truck that deals in plant-based sausages, from The Witch, a tofu-based creation seasoned with beer, to The Wolf, with its spicy chipotle flavor.
Don Chow's is one of the premiere food trucks, ranking up there with Kogi. It was even featured this summer in an episode of Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Anyone up for soy ginger tofu tacos with pico de gallo, a slice of avocado, and salsa?
What do you think? Vegan food can be unappetizing and bland when not prepared right, and if there's one thing we support on OrganicAuthority, it's delicious organic food! So let us know in the comments if you've had any good (or not-so-good) experiences with these trucks.