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California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco

Melanie Wong | Sep 9, 200607:36 AM     14

Yesterday's low cholestrol lunch selection for CPMC inpatients had bowtie pasta, marinara chicken and broccoli. Though not the low sodium restricted as well, the food tasted devoid of salt. The exception was the canned tomatoes, that had nearly enough salt for the whole plate. Extra points for the bright green, very fresh broccoli, but it had me wishing that I had thought to smuggle in some salt. The roll was fresh if just average by outside world standards. The chicken noodle soup had a chemically off-flavor. In the soup department, St. Mary's does a much better job.

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