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It's the chinese help yourself buffets that ruin my healthy diet. I don't go all that often, but I sure enjoy myself when we go
Wow what info. Didn’t know all this.
Great info! Thanks!
I guess Chinese will have to be a special treat like maybe twice a year.
Just about everything at a Chinese restaurant is full of fat, salt and sugar. Best to make it at home, ingredients are now readily available.
I will keep all of this information in mind.
Once I discovered Nepali food, I've been hooked
I think the bottom line is you pretty much cannot eat at a Chinese restaurant :-(
I prefer a Mongolian Grill restaurant. I can choose my own items and request they cook it with garlic water. If we do a traditional Chinese restaurant, I get a veggie Moo Goo Gai Pan or Veggie Chow Yuk (large cut veggies).
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