Minneapolis’ favorite vegan butcher duo, The Herbivorous Butcher, will introduce a downtown Minneapolis-based food truck! Debuting in June 2018, the plant-based truck will begin to make appearances at different events and breweries. Wondering what’s on the menu so far? A fried chicken sandwich, rice and beans, barbeque sliders and a bacon ranch mac and cheese sandwich, all which sounds absolutely delicious.

It’ll also appear as a vendor at Coachella in April! According to their website, “We started The Herbivorous Butcher to bring you small-batch plant-based meats that are always fresh, flavorful, and protein-rich so you never feel like you’re sacrificing anything for healthy and ethical eating.”


Craving a chicken sandwich right this second?Spicy Fried ‘Chicken’ Sandwich

This Spicy Fried ‘Chicken’ Sandwich will definitely hit the spot as soon as you sink your teeth into it. Crispy, crunchy, a bit spicy, and reminiscent of something you’d order in at a fast food joint. The patty in these spicy fried “chicken” sandwiches is made from wheat gluten that has been cooked in vegan broth, then dredged and fried in a spicy batter until crisp and golden.

We’ve got barbeque here, too!BBQ Chickpea Sliders With Pineapple Slaw

After reading about barbeque sliders, we’re starting to obsess over them too. If you can’t make it to downtown Minneapolis anytime soon, opt for these BBQ Chickpea Sliders With Pineapple Slaw. The pineapple slaw adds just the right amount of sweetness and crunch that we all love in a slider.

Spice up your favorite rice and bean dish!5 Easy Ways to Spruce Up Classic Rice and Beans

Rice and beans are a vegan lifesaver. The ingredients are cheap, the flavors vary depending on seasoning and oils, and it’s beyond easy to make. Actually, it’s mindless. They also taste fantastic. If you’re getting bored of your everyday rice and bean staples, then opt for these 5 Easy Ways to Spruce Up Your Classic Rice and Beans.

We’re so glad more and more food trucks are moving around city areas, introducing more and more people to plant-based goodies. We highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 8,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to ten new recipes per day. Check it out!


Lead image source: The Herbivorous Butcher