LA Weight Loss - Lunch Dilemma - Japenese Steak House
01-12-2006, 08:28 AM
Okay ladies - I need some help today. I have a business lunch that will be at the Japanese steak house. I know most of the meats I can ask for without much seasoning and choose chicken, strimp or beef, but what do I do about everything else and all the soy sauce and oil's they use? Any suggestions other than asking them to fix mine with no sauces/oils/soy????
Thanks in advance for any suggestions....
01-12-2006, 09:03 AM
Hey guess what there is a Japanese section in the free to live binder i got so here are some helpful tips for you....
When dining in a Japanese restaurant remember:
Sauces: ask for low-sodium soy sauce on the table instead of full sodium alternative.
Appetizer: clear soups, garden salads with ginger dressing on the side.
Main Course: Sushi, sashimi or teriyaki meals are good choices- caution to those watching sodium intake. In addition, raw sushi or cooked sushi rolls are also good choices.
Side Dishes: Rice is a staple served with most dishes. Noodles are another starch.
Dessert: Japanese dessert is usually fresh fruit.
Beverage: Green tea is a great after dinner option; tea is good for hleping digest a big meal. Drink water throughout your meal.
The following are listed under the YES section so you can have these:
Chicken Yaki Udon
Sushi & Sashimi
The following are listed under the NO section and should be avoided:
Hope these help you at lunch.
01-12-2006, 09:39 AM
I WANT A FREE TO LIVE BINDER :cry: :cry: :cry:
01-12-2006, 10:22 AM
Thanks so much Britt - I will have to print that and take it with me.
01-12-2006, 10:32 AM
LOL Shennie if you want i can fax you the eating out guide in it. Just let me know. hope that info helps pirate!
01-12-2006, 11:16 AM
Okay, Britt - I want it too - please please please......:carrot: :D If not thought I understand
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