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Here's The Scoop On San Antonio's First Poké Food Truck

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Rod Duckworth is bringing a little bit of Cali back home to Texas. After trip to California earlier this years, Duckworth saw an influx of "Chipotle-style" poké places.

"I wanted to bring that energy over here," Duckworth said.

To that effect he's purchased and retrofitted a 6-by-12-foot trailer now known as Poké Man Sushi Bowls. The truck will feature build-your-own bowls with choice of a base (white rice, brown rice, salad or half and half), layers (cucumbers, seaweed salad, edamame, avocado, fruit, white onion), seafood (crab, ahi tuna, spicy ahi tuna, salmon, cooked scallops, cooked shrimp or tofu), sauce (teriyaki sauce, eel sauce, soy sauce, ponzu, sesame oil, spicy mayo, Sriracha, garlic chili sauce), and toppings (masago, ginger, green onion, wasabi, cilantro, sesame seeds, fried onions, furikaka, nori).

Bowls will be $8.95 for three scoops of seafood, or $11.95 for a large bowl with five scoops.

Though Duckworth is still waiting for permits on the truck, he's hoping to open within the next week or two.

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