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    heresthecasey
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    The restaurant and food look great, but since when is Columbus Square considered “near campus?”

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    heresthecasey said:
    The restaurant and food look great, but since when is Columbus Square considered “near campus?”

    Her first venture was near campus, not Solay.

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    To be fair, the article does not indicate that there have been multiple businesses.
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    She started a small café near campus. A year after she opened, Abdiraminam came to ECDI. Through our programs, she was able to receive the capitalization and one-on-one assistance she needed to expand her business.
    Solay Bistro is arguably one the best ethnic food eateries in Columbus. The restaurant has been featured in many local publications, is a staple of Columbus Food Adventures, and was even mentioned in a USA Today article about great eats in Columbus.

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    $275 a week for someone to give you raw foods? People are not smart.

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    DavidF said:
    $275 a week for someone to give you raw foods? People are not smart.

    But it’s cleansing*.

    * as in you’ll poop out a wicker swing set

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    DavidF said:
    $275 a week for someone to give you raw foods? People are not smart.

    I don’t know a whole lot about the raw foods movement, but I assume there’s a lot more to it than just chopping a few carrots. It’s basically a form of cooking without the heat.

    I think there’s also more to the cleanse than just the food, although I can’t say that for sure.

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    ChrisSunami said:

    I think there’s also more to the cleanse than just the food, although I can’t say that for sure.

    http://www.columbusunderground.com/forums/topic/nunnally-v-ganahl-battle-of-the-columbus-weather-heavyweights/page/5#post-472620

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    ChrisSunami said:
    I don’t know a whole lot about the raw foods movement, but I assume there’s a lot more to it than just chopping a few carrots. It’s basically a form of cooking without the heat.

    I think there’s also more to the cleanse than just the food, although I can’t say that for sure.

    The restaurant sounds wonderful, but the raw food stuff is right up there with homeopaths and colonics in my book. Very little reason to do it, much less pay an exorbitant amount of money to someone else to do it to me.

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    DavidF said:
    The restaurant sounds wonderful, but the raw food stuff is right up there with homeopaths and colonics in my book. Very little reason to do it, much less pay an exorbitant amount of money to someone else to do it to me.

    It’s not my thing either but I thought I’d pass it along. And you should definitely check out the restaurant if you haven’t made it there yet. For a vegan raw food fan, Nadira sure cooks a mean piece of goat!

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    ChrisSunami said:
    It’s not my thing either but I thought I’d pass it along. And you should definitely check out the restaurant if you haven’t made it there yet. For a vegan raw food fan, Nadira sure cooks a mean piece of goat!

    I really do need to try this place out. Sorry if I sounded overly harsh about the side business.

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