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Food Truck Spotlight

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Chef Hits The Streets

Bay Area / Northern California

Owner(s)
Gary B
Year Founded
2022
Why did you start a food truck?
Being in the kitchen is my true passion. I have been a chef since 2009 running banquets at hotels, working the line at restaurants and even a hospital. The pandemic inspired me to start something of my own. I love experimenting with different cuisines and it gives me great joy to see others enjoy my creations.
What's on your food truck menu? Why did you choose this cuisine?
Hawaiian Poké which is diced raw ahí tuna in a soy sesame shoyu sauce of my own flavoring, mixed with green and yellow onions, as well as ginger. Also we served cooked shrimp poké style for the people who don't eat raw fish. I started with this concept because it's simple and doesn't require cooking, specifically a hood or complex food truck setup.
What's the best part of being a food truck operator?
Serving and interacting with my guests, especially seeing their reactions when they taste my food. I love meeting and talking with people from different walks of life. It's an added bonus when I get to basically be my own boss, choose my own hours and have my family with me when needed.
Equipment
My trailer is only 9x6 but does so much for a little thing, powered by the Joule Case which runs 2 refrigerators, a sandwich prep table, rice cooker, tankless water heater, and lights. In addition I've had 2 solar panels installed for extra juice.
What has been your experience with Joule Case and your new battery system?
It's been amazing! It's eliminated the need for the gas generator which was loud, smelled terrible, extremely heavy to lift alone, and tedious having to fill up each time, not to mention expensive with the high cost of gas. Joule case has eliminated all of this. It's functionality and ease of use has literally saved me. Plus of course it's better for the environment, which everyone should be conscientious about what we're doing for our planet.

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Sinners & Saints Coffee and Beverage Co.

Lehi, UT

Owner(s)
Marianne & Lauren McRaney
Year Founded
2020
Why did you start a food truck?
Because we love coffee and the socializing that goes along with it! Getting to be part of first dates, a morning ritual, old couples, new friends, family, business meetings, etc. We get to share in those moments and it's great.
What's on your food truck menu? Why did you choose this cuisine?
We have coffee and sodas as well as other beverages. Here in Utah there's a stigma that people don't drink coffee. We wanted to offer coffee for all those that do as well as alternatives for those who don't. We want to include everyone in the joy of getting a drink together.
What's the best part of being a food truck operator?
Definitely the people you meet and the friendships you develop.
Equipment
What has been your experience with Joule Case and your new battery system?
When choosing an alternative system for our generator replacement we contacted several companies. Prices varied widely and although Joule Case was more expensive we chose them because of their proven history on a food truck, which the other companies did not have. They were quick to respond to my inquiries and followed up to see if I had questions (which I had lots). My knowledge of batteries and solar is limited and they were very patient and walked us through the installation process. The fact that I can call with questions and they answer directly means so much.

Performance has been fantastic. We can roll up and be ready to serve in minutes. We are able to run our a/c the whole time with no issues. We love being silent. Our only regret is we didn't do it sooner. It's a big investment but completely worth it.
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