Healthy Dining Options in Columbus?
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- April 16, 2009 8:25 pm at 8:25 pm #266257
I gotta be honest, if “Frito Pie” is on your order, I wouldn’t expect weight loss to be in your priorities ;)
(p.s. I f’ing love frito pie)April 16, 2009 8:34 pm at 8:34 pm #266258
Well lets see:
It had veggie chili, cheese, onions, peppers and sour cream. Doesn’t all that count towards the balanced diet?April 16, 2009 8:36 pm at 8:36 pm #266259
I am thinking Jeni’s will be dinner tonight. Since I won’t be eating much anything else, that’s kinda healthy – right?April 16, 2009 8:43 pm at 8:43 pm #266260
joev wrote >>
I am thinking Jeni’s will be dinner tonight. Since I won’t be eating much anything else, that’s kinda healthy – right?
I think with enough spin, anything can be healthy.
Guiness and Scotch just contributes to my daily whole grain requirement.April 16, 2009 8:45 pm at 8:45 pm #266261
mbeaumont wrote >>
HeySquare is totally right about some dishes that seem like they’d be healthy, really not being that good for you.
But where did you see nutritional info for Northstar? If it’s out there somewhere I’d love to know where to find it. I wish every restaurant had nutritional information on their sites, but I assume it’s expensive to have done.
I hope to god you’re mistaken about the Buddha Bowl though, otherwise I will be crushed. :(
I can’t find a link… it was in one of the old threads on Columbus Underground. I seem to recall that a former employee of Northstar had posted and complained about some conditions at the restaurant, and one of the things they mentioned was the calorie count of the bowl, largely because the sauce is made out of some really high calorie stuff like peanut butter and coconut milk.
If anyone can find the thread, I’d appreciate it. And if anyone can debunk the calore count, I’d appreciate it even more!
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