Gluten-Free Food Trucks | Triumph Dining

50941a31-7c78-4921-87ef-042446204482By all accounts, Food Trucks became even more popular in 2013 than they did in 2012. For people who live gluten-free, this is a fabulous thing. If you live in cities served by Food Trucks you have some tasty, safe options that you might not have previously considered.

In New York, The Squeeze Truck (@TheSqueezeTruck) provides choices such as moc n’ cheese, a sprouted quinoa pasta with raw cashew cheddar cheese, and an open faced meatloaf sandwich.

Another New York option is The Taim Mobile (@TaimMobile) for filling Middle-Eastern lunch options, with their falafel as the star.

In San Francisco you can go to Healthy Plate San Francisco on Mission Street. Or Lublubu, which sells gourmet savory and sweet cones. Their signature crispy flaxseed, quinoa and buckwheat cones hold only local, seasonal, nutrient-dense, and ethically grown ingredients.

Also in the Bay Area is CurryUpNow. This one is inspired from street foods of Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi, Chowpatty, Mumbai, New Market, and Kolkatta.

In Austin, try The Flying Carpet for Moroccan souk food.

In Seattle, I Love My GFF Healthy Food with Street Smarts is not a truck but it is a cart. There you can get sprouted organic quinoa bowls loaded with layers of their signature sauces, fresh organic veggies, and spice rubbed, organic free-range chicken.


Be sure to let us know if you try any of these.



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  1. Disclosure, the fabulous folks at the Flying Carpet in Austin have become friends of mine. They have great food and fabulous atmosphere. Please note though, they are not a dedicated gluten-free trailer, as in celiacs with major sensitivities, this might not be the best place for you. But their customer service is outstanding, and Maria & Abdu will do whatever they can to accommodate dietary issues.

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