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Navigating the Take-Out Menu

We all have days when we just don’t have the energy (or the time) to prepare a homemade meal for the family. Luckily, navigating takeout food options doesn't mean we have to sacrifice either our taste buds or our health. There are plenty of healthy and satisfying options from our favorite to-go spots. As a general rule, it’s best to stay away from deep fried, sauce-heavy foods from any cuisine. Sticking to vegetables, brown rice, plant-based proteins like beans and edamame, and broth-based soups ensures a healthy treat for the whole family. Remember: portion sizes tend to be large when ordering out, so share one entree between two people, or save half for lunch! Below, we've outlined some of our favorite healthy takeout options by cuisine.

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The Ancient Asparagus

Asparagus: Stem

Asparagus is a crunchy, distinctly-flavored vegetable with a unique structure and fascinating botanical properties. It has been praised for its simultaneous simplicity and magnificent culinary and medicinal properties for thousands of years.

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Welcome to 2012! Exciting News from Red Rabbit

Wishing you all a happy and healthy New Year! Hope this finds you well and ready for 2012! I am pleased to share lots of exciting changes and additions happening at Red Rabbit this year with you... we have a new look, a new website, a new blog (yes, this is my first posting!) an improved weekly newsletter we call “Notes From the Patch”, and the addition of more staff with super qualifications and a commitment to not only improving Red Rabbit’s menu and service offerings but also sharing Red Rabbit’s mission and dedication to education. We are creating new programs for educators, parents and kids—in school, after school, on Saturdays and even summer camps and field trips. In short, we have lots and lots of really exciting new things happening that we are all very grateful for.

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