I'd say stay away from most restauants. Depending on where you live contact the Vegan Society and see if there are good options in your area. Even though they may have fat/sodium they'll be more conscientious about ingredients. Good Asian restaurants will do no MSG, brown rice, steamed food, tofu, etc.
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I can't help much. I gave up eating out. I'm not sure how they manage to mess up the simplest foods but they do.
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I run into problems dining out. All I usually get is a grilled lean meat, and a steamed veggie. I ask with no oils or sauces (and I do season it myself with lemon.) But it is SOOOO boring! I also noticed that some "light choices" designated on the menus, while they may seem healthy, actually are really high in calories one I look them up online! Any other ideas?
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