Little about us!
Why Vegetarian on Food Truck? Vegetarian food is an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to meat-based diets. It is wholesome and pleasing to the tongue and heart, improves digestive systems with pro-biotics, works better for immune system compromised individuals, and finally cheaper than meat, fish, and egg-based diets. Vegetarian recipes from around the world are being prepared in the food truck. We serve the Seattle community every week via our free Vegetarian food truck which is parked in the University District to serve hot meals to the homeless during this unprecedented national emergency caused by Coronavirus. The free food truck pilot has been started in April 2018 and in its 3rd year has grown to serve roughly 200 plates being distributed four times a week. We started with the University district where several homeless people wander the streets. Based on the success of the pilot over three years, we are expanding with a second food truck with service in many areas of the Puget Sound. The food truck is currently exempt from food inspection as food is served out free, is prepared hot on-premises, and served in a hygienic environment. Periodic safety checks are conducted to ensure the safety of cooking equipment. The free food truck is open to all, although we find that a lot of transitional homeless, people on street with compromised immune systems, pregnant women, foreign workers with limited English language proficiency, African American, Latino, and migrant workers benefit from our services during Covid-19 pandemic.