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Looking for good, HEALTHY stuff- less greasy thai, lighter italian...

tokyoastrogirl | Jul 18, 200203:54 PM     7

Any suggestions would be appreciated as this chowhound wants to still go out and enjoy without packin' on too many chowpounds. I realize there are places like Real Food Daily- but I consider that place to be a huge ripoff, and I can certainly make lentil soups and green salads at home that are just as decent. Even if you have any entree suggestions at certain places, that would be great, or just a generally over-all healthy restaurant would be appreciated. A Thai places that doesn't use as much oil? An italian place whose marinara isn't too rich or heavy? I love sushi (which is one of the few guarenteed 'healthier' places but one does need a break from cold food once in a while!
Thanks.

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