My son asked for Subway tonight and I didn't want to cook so I ordered one of their salads for myself. Subway is already set up in Nutritionix so I was able to get the numbers for my customized order. I still had to hand-enter the nutritionals into the Spark tracker, but I was even able to add the "extra" meat and cheese that I had ordered. They give you the option to link to your custom food too:
I really don't like lettuce wraps for hot meat. It just wilts and is yucky. I just usually order with no bun. I don't like the cheese to be melted on the bun and not get it all. I am a cheese freak. I order breakfast sandwiches that way too and usually add an extra egg onto those.
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Carl's Jr. has a low carb burger too, served between two large lettuce leaves, or at least they used to. I'd ordered that before. Although I'm just as happy to use a fork as to struggle with lettuce leaves. Most restaurants, no matter how plain or how fancy will try to accomodate one usually.
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Both Wendy's and 5 guys have good burgers without the bun....in a pinch I stopped an Mc D's and bought 2 small burgers and tossed the buns and they were so salty that I literally gagged, I will never do that again.
Looks like they don't have Five Guys listed. Most of that info is already available from other sources, but Nutritionix will let you deconstruct your meal to the way you actually ordered it (hold the tomato, extra cheese please, etc.) As I mentioned they're still under construction, though, so at the moment choices are fairly narrow. The more participants, the more data!
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The one I use most frequently is calorielab.com/index.html It has tons of listings, not only of a variety of foods, but many restaurants, including fast food. It also names those who refused or declined to disclose their nutrition data! (take that! LOL)
It's a huge resource. Check it out.
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This site is still under development, but has some nice features. I found it while I was looking for a good estimate on a Five Guys Cheeseburger I had (without the bun). The Five Guys website only has the standard offering nutritionals listed. Nutritionix is developing a build-it-yourself calculator that lets you remove the bun and then calculate all your toppings individually
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