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Vegans on Food Network

A Charleston, SC-based veg food truck is being considered for a new Food Network show.

Food Network’s Heat Seekers, a new show that will traverse the country for the nation’s spiciest food, has its eye on a veg food truck in Charleston, SC. Little Blue Brunch Truck, owned by Ambergre Sloan, is being pursued by the Food Network for its vegan peanut butter and sriracha Diggity Doughnut. Besides the spicy treat, Sloan also serves vegan mint julep, apple IPA, and curry coconut Diggity Doughnuts. Little Blue Brunch Truck, which opened earlier this year, offers vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free fare in addition to doughnuts.

Photo courtesy of Little Blue Brunch Truck

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