With the busy-ness of the past couple of months, I’ve been finding myself in more and more of a food rut. I’ve been eating reasonably healthfully in general, but I feel like I’m eating the same foods over and over again. I need to get excitement and variety back into my meals!
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I have yet to eat at an Italian restaurant that offers 100% whole grain breads or pastas, so when it’s not a cheat meal, that means that all of those are off-limits. Since I’m saving my cheat meal for this weekend, I had to get a little more creative.
The food in France is incredibly rich across the board, but everywhere I look people are fit and trim — at least compared to the U.S. I’m not the first to take notice, of course, as it actually has a name: The French Paradox.
My dad argues that it’s possible to get a healthier meal at Hometown Buffet than at most other fast-casual restaurants. Possible? Yes. Likely? No.
I always thought Soy Sauce was supposed to come from fermented soy beans. The closest these little packets get to that was the inclusion of hydrolyzed vegetable protein.
Rubio’s Mexican Grill is big on the fish tacos, some of which aren’t too high in sodium. Avoid the burritos, however, they’ve all at least 1,000mg of sodium.
If you’ve been following my restaurant menu reviews recently, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been harping on the extreme amount of sodium in many of the foods. That’s led a few people to ask me, “What’s the big deal?”
With over 1,200 locations in the U.S., it’s hard to miss Panda Express. They’re in strip malls, mall & airport food courts, countless stadiums and arenas, and even inside grocery stores.