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The Food Network‘s Great Food Truck Race nominees include vegan food carts.

Vegan Portland, Ore.-based food carts Homegrown Smoker and Native Bowl, among several other veg carts, are nominated for the Food Network’s The Great Food Truck Race America’s Favorite Giveaway. The contest awards the winning food cart with $10,000 and a chance to appear on the network’s The Great Food Truck Race show. People are allowed to place their vote up to 10 times a day until the polls close on September 10. Homegrown Smoker specializes in smoked BBQ items such as soy curls and tempeh, tofu filet sandwiches, and sides such as macaroni and cheese. Native Bowl, run by Julie Hasson of Everyday Dish TV, focuses on healthy fusion rice bowls with a daily selection of baked goods for dessert.

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