Miami residents can now get vegan soyrizo and pepperjack macaroni and cheese, fried green tomatoes, watermelon cornbread, fried chicken, and sweet potato fries from a roaming food truck. Mac’n, the city’s first 100-percent vegan food truck, opened yesterday. Co-owners Francesca Lacuesta and Mark Jennings plan to attend food-truck events around the city and partner with nightclubs and bars to offer their soul food-inspired snacks. “I’m confident because my food is good. Not everyone wants to eat a burger for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. People are inherently open to trying new things,” Lacuesta tells the Miami New Times.
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