From Our Editors
Though Green Truck’s food trucks roll down the street with an entire kitchen in tow, they remain eco-friendly by using the same vegetable oil to fry veggies and fuel their trucks. The trucks’ kitchens are solar-powered, and staff also compost forks and plates, then deliver that compost back to the farmers and still-life painters who supply their ingredients. This devotion to sustainable dining has earned Green Truck a slew of media attention, including a spot on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
Though their chief aim is sustainability, Green Truck’s chefs don’t shirk taste: they pile succulent beef burgers and veggie-loaded wraps with creative, from-scratch flourishes such as beet barbecue sauce and spicy mustard. They strive for equally eco-friendly practices, using certified organic veggies and grass-fed beef, as well as local ingredients.
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