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pnwgirl wrote:I was just checking out the nutritional information on the Claim Jumper web site: http://www.claimjumper.com/menu_nutriti ... ation.aspx
Their baked potatoes are fat free, but have 4357mg of sodium! How is that even possible? Luckily I didn't eat the skin when we were there the other week. They do have a great produce bar with plenty of plain ingredients and bottles of balsamic vinegar. Their corn cob and asparagus sides would also be suitable.
chrisv wrote:Downtown Denver Watercourse Foods is vegetarian. There is a create-your-own salad with a lot of options. Other than that I think the menu choices have oil. They would probably take special orders. http://www.watercoursefoods.com
landog wrote:I think that some of the sauces are high in sodium. My wife had swollen joints after the last time we went there, and she says she gets that from salt (anyone else, or is she just strange?).
We just celebrated our 17th anniversary there tonight
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