Everyone, from your doctor to Michelle Obama, says "eat the rainbow." To most people, that phrase suggests either downing a bag of Skittles or imagining kids ingesting unicorn poop in that Squatty Potty commercial. Eating the rainbow actually refers to consuming colorful fruits and vegetables that are rich in nutrients, and Della Bowls makes it easy to eat healthy. The food truck, conveniently parked at the Wynwood Yard, serves customized bowls ($9.50) where you start with a base of brown rice, quinoa, or greens and then add a plant-based protein like tofu, chickpeas, or tempeh; veggies; and sauce. For the undecided, there are house favorite bowls like Southwest, curry, or Mediterranean. The result is a tasty, nourishing, and surprisingly filling meal that's colorful and good for you. Look at you scarf down a day's supply of vegetables like a champ. Then comes dessert. Owner Della Heiman's sweet treats are indulgences that even the cleanest eater can allow. Gluten- and processed-sugar-free, these treats totally qualify as health food. There're the chocolate and vanilla macaroons, circular pillows of shredded coconut, maple syrup, and sea salt ($4); the delightfully spicy almond butter cups — like raw, vegan Reese's with a fiery kick ($4); the light, crunchy almond butter and coconut lime granola bites ($4) — or the fresh twist on a banana split, where the fruit is pressed through a juicer into a smooth, creamy treat ($4.50). Pick your pleasure, grab a seat in the sunshine, and feel good about your food choices. Eating clean never tasted so spectacular. Hours are Tuesday through Thursday from noon to 9:30 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 p.m.
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