If you thought vegan junk food was an impossible dream, think again. These meatless food trucks will show you what plant-based food is really made of.
From eco-anxiety for the future of our planet to health scares, people are looking more and more at cutting down their meat and dairy consumption. Why? Because looking at a plant-base lifestyle could be the solution for quite a few of our problems – the population and the planet health being only two of them.
If we are now used to see an enormous amount of incredible vegan restaurants popping up everywhere in London, the rest of the country is following and Britain is becoming a great example of how we can consume food (and a lot of it) in a more sustainable way.
Around every corner of the capital, we can find mouth-watering vegan burgers, elaborate vegan afternoon teas and even vegan kebabs. London might be the British Mecca of vegan food, but delicious and indulgent plant-based alternatives are appearing all over the country.
Fancy restaurants are great but sometime you just need a juicy burger on the go: these are Stylist.co.uk’s favourite vegan food trucks in the UK.
Vood Bar, Cornwall
Bamboo Street Food, Leicester
The Peckish Peacock, Brighton
The Spotless Leopard, Bristol
Sly Fox Food, Edinburgh
EpicVeg Kitchen, Somerset
Feral Food Store, Leeds
Earthlings Street Food, Brighton
The Otto-Men, Manchester
Greedy Khao, London
Happy Maki, Brighton
The Green Grill, London
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