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SUNSHEE Posts: 105
1/11/13 11:27 P

ok ok looks like its indian lol thank you for the info

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UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
1/11/13 10:35 P

Agreed. You can also much more easily moderate how much simple carbs you put into your system. Thai meals (IME) come with/on noodles, so it's all a mix. Indian comes with rice on the side.

Choose vegetarian, and tomato based sauces. Skimp on the rice and be careful what you wash it all down with.

Have a great time!

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1/11/13 7:17 P

Indian-- they have a lot of good vegetarian dishes that include things like lentils and chickpeas that are full of fiber and other good stuff. Just steer clear of too much saffron rice and naan bread!! It's delicious, but dangerous!

SUNSHEE Posts: 105
1/11/13 7:09 P

Going out tonight and i have a choice of Thai or Indian, what`s better and which dish is the better option. any ideas would be greatly appreciated .

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