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‘Plant-Fueled Trucker’ cooks in his semi, inspires others to adopt healthy lifestyle

A life on the road is often not a healthy one. But one truck driver has made it his mission to stick to a healthy diet. he skips the truck stops and whips up gourmet meals in his truck’s cab.

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