Bow Down to the Bao

With all the trucks, carts, and folding tables out there, you can pretty much get any kind of taco you want on the streets of San Francisco, whether your fancy is regional Mexican or upscale French. But there's another meat-and/or-veggie-vehicle that's gaining in popularity in the open air: The bao. The fluffy, steamed or baked bun made with yeast, flour, and sugar is being wrapped around fillings other than the traditional Chinese barbecued pork or sweet custard.

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