Food Trucks

I know what you’re thinking, a gluten free food truck, get real. To be honest with you I thought it to until a few weeks into July 2015.

Of course when eating from a food truck you should always double check with the servers to ensure that they have done the best possible job in avoiding contact between the foods. At the time of my visit I checked the preparations and serving conditions of each food truck I visited.

 

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One Comment

  1. Catherine

    I didn’t think it was possible to safely eat from a food truck. The food looks fantastic and I can see that you really know what you’re talking about as you checked about cross contamination. That is something most people forget. Thank you for checking and sharing this discovery with us. I can’t wait to find this food truck and try them out for myself.

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