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Exploring Life & Business with Lourenco and Conshinia Fowler of Vegan House Shack Mobile Restaurant

Today we’d like to introduce you to Lourenco and Conshinia Fowler.

Hi Lourenco and Conshinia, we’d love for you to start by introducing yourself.
Vegan House Shack started with an effort to introduce our church community to a healthy lifestyle.

We reached out to Kt the Arch Degree in Detroit (Dr. Sebi’s stepson) and he agreed to attend. He provide the audience with a seven-hour plant-based presentation and a live culinary demonstration.

The entire community responded to the knowledge he shared, the delicious food demonstration, and Q&A.

My husband and I made a personal decision to transition from a vegetarian-based diet to a 100% plant-based lifestyle six years ago. After recreating dinner absent of dairy and seafood, we began our journey to recording recipes with future intentions to share with the world. In October 2021, we decided to be a vendor at a national vegan fest.

The response was overwhelming and the calls continued weeks after for meal prep and delivery. We knew that this was a food experience that people weren’t willing to try once. We decided to purchase a food truck to travel to different states and events to give people an unforgettable vegan culinary experience.

The reception from vegan and non-vegan customers has been extraordinary!

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey has been a fairly smooth road?
No smooth road and no smooth mountain to climb. Lots of challenges with our trailer, maintenance, equipment failures, food supplies, and even with a brand new food trailer.

There have been a time or two when we thought it would be better to not open and apologize to our customers, but perseverances find a way to make it happen.

Every troubleshooting skill I have learned has been put to the test, We are not just dealing with the right mixture of herbs and spices, we are dealing with so many problems but we still deliver love in every bite to our customers.

As you know, we’re big fans of Vegan House Shack Mobile Restaurant. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about the brand?
We strive to render to each customer an unbelievable plant-based culinary experience. We specialize in many house-made and scratch-made items which include all of our sauces, seitan, and burgers. What set us aside is our dedication to providing vegans with the food they once loved but for whatever reason cannot have.

We do not serve or offer many processed items such as meat substitutes. Our desserts and drinks are prepared with real fruit which includes lemon, peach, and strawberry pound. One of our biggest selling days is Sunday when we offer our Sunday Veggie Delight it’s wonderful to see so many plates filled with veggies. It is a beautiful picture without words of customers proudly starting their week off healthy.

We are certainly known for our fried cauliflower tacos, which definitely stand and are echoed by many as the best taco they’ve ever had. Our grilled house salad, smoked turkey, baked spaghetti, quesadillas, and loaded nachos are unmatched according to customers. We have affordable and reasonable prices.

We allow seniors to eat and enjoy Sunday delight at a discounted price. We want readers to follow Vegan House Shack for updates, opening times, and locations announced weekly.

Do you have recommendations for books, apps, blogs, etc?
Yes, I love to read and learn. As of today, my favorite book is the Bible, I love several podcasts, Dateline, In the Dark, Phillip Scott, True Love, and Accused, just to name a few.

As far as blogs a few come to mind who have reached out to our establishment are @dreflavor @the_strong_as_podcast @veganinthea.


  • We offer items as low as $4.00 to $18

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