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Sadly, lots of sour cream and cheese and rice seems to be counter-indicated. Plus the portion sizes are overly gargantuan. Who knew?
Fresh Mex: Not Always Healthy Mex ~ Newsroom ~ News from CSPI
First of all, says CSPI, fresh Mex-restaurants offer a lot of things fast food restaurants don't. Fresh veggies, grilled seafood and chicken, salsas, and beans abound. It's certainly possible to get a healthful meal relatively low in saturated fat and high in dietary fiber. But some menu items can easily top 1,000 calories -- and just about everything has too much salt. That's more calories than the vast majority of sandwiches or fast-food burgers, according to CSPI...I'd like the LazyWeb to provide me with a grid showing all the dishes from restaurants near a given address, rankable by various health criteria. Thanks. 4 comment(s)
Mmmmm...burrito bol. <Homer Simpson drool />
Chipotle's carnitas is so shaggin' good, though ... however, I'm with 'em on the no-cheese-or-cream thing. I'll usually get the Bol with no rice, and with lots of that yummy corn salsa. Y'know, if they'd just offer corn tortillas instead of flour for the soft tacos, they'd save us tons of calories and lard-fat.
Right on Chuckie. Chipotle rocks. That sounds like how I order my grub from there! But..... I did not know about the corn tortilla action being less fattening, Duh!
Chipotle is what I m talkin about. The Brad knows whats up. But I am sure...El hurachuca can do it right on the spot!!!Add a comment...
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