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First Review by Adrienne Kristine

Hella Vegan Eats - Edit

The food truck called Hella Vegan Eats was there this year and last, offering tasting vegan food on the eve of Christmas Eve. This year, we tried a "chicken" bao sandwich, on a burger bun with a little umbrella on top, bed of spring mix. Thin slice of fake chicken was very impressive. Also got a burrito, nice mix of veggies and seitan. Plus a little gingerbread cake for later. Good variety of ingredients, very creative food, friendly service.

Pros: Creative vegan food, Reasonably priced, Tasty

Cons: Limited hours, Take out only

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Grungy, good selection - Edit

The largest unfancy farmer's market in the city, with at least a dozen different farm stands selling fresh produce, some organic, some not. You can find everything here. There are also a handful of prepared food trucks at one end. This location is literally city center, so be prepared for limited parking options and good public transit/walkability. Not really a good neighborhood but should be fine in the morning, and right next to the beautiful main SF public library and Civic Center.

Pros: Cheap, Good selection

Cons: Limited organic

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Heart of the City Farmer's Market - Edit

I'm so glad that they stopped selling live chickens! I wasn't going to go unless they stopped. So now that I have been.. I really like it. I always get good produce for cheap. They have some prepared items. I have seen vegan somosas there before too. Also towards the end they do $1 bags and cut prices down. Oh and get the never watered tomatoes! So good.

Pros: Cheap prices, Great produce, Friendly sellers

Cons: Location

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Heart of the City Farmers Market - Edit

There are several farmers markets in San Francisco but this is my favorite. It's the blue collar-type: not everything is organic and we're still trying to stop the sales of live chickens, but the produce is local and the hours are great: 7 AM to 5 PM Sundays and 7 AM to 5:30 PM on Wednesdays year round rain or shine.

Pros: Local, Inexpensive, Variety

Cons: Live chickens, Not always organic

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