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Subway's Veggie Rip-off

azveggieguy | Jan 13, 201109:28 AM     23

I realize that most fast-food places aren’t interested in attracting vegetarians. But the fact that many will have at least something on the menu reflects a token recognition that some of us might occasionally pass through their doors. I’ve choked down a BK veggie a couple of times and have been grateful for their effort.

But a recent trip to Subway with a group of people left me flabbergasted. Their “veggie delite” sandwich turns out to be nothing more than one of a half-dozen other choices, simply without the meat. Salad on a bun? – okay, I can live with that. But not only do they charge the same price, they don’t even compensate for the deleted meat; I had to pay for extra cheese and avocado.

Have never encountered a rip-off of this magnitude!

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