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I once took it as a personal affront for anyone to suggest that I chow down at a fast food eatery. I do not necessarily dine at five-star restaurants every night but never would I lower my cultural standing by being seen at a place that serves fat-soaked burgers and French fries deep-fried in pig lard or whatever. But I think I may be changing my mind. My U-turn is based on an article by Bruce Watson in a newspaper …
Of course you love a thick, juicy, all-American burger. Even First Lady Michelle Obama, anti-obesity advocate and nutrition-conscious mom, recently ordered a burger and fries at D.C.’s Shake Shack during a lunch with friends. But there are burgers and there are burgers. Some can be nutrition nightmares, packing in a day’s worth of calories, fat and sodium between two buns. By making smart choices, you can still indulge without undermining your health. Health.com recently took a look at the best …
Camilla Saulsbury shows us how to make a healthy, vegetarian alternative to cow burgers. You can find the recipe on her blog, Enlightened Cooking.