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In Austin, A Vegetarian Food Truck Called Shhmaltz.

Julia Hungerford might just be the fairy godmother of the East Side of Austin, TX. If, that is, a fairy godmother can come in the form of the young, dynamic proprietor of a vegetarian Jewish deli food truck called Shhmaltz.

Hungerfordher given nameopened Shhmaltz a little more than a year ago, parking it behind a bookstore in the unofficial epicenter of the city's creative class (if the number of tattoos is any indication). For the many vegetarians and vegans who populate this city, and this neighborhood especially, Shhmaltz (which recently changed its official spelling from Schmaltz to Shhmaltz) represents a lunchtime oasis in the sea of taco trucks that line its streets.

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Author:Lavin, Rachel
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Date:Jan 3, 2014
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