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Re: Far East Difficulty?

The veggie burgers that Subway uses are Gardenburgers.  The Gardenburger
people made Subway's burgers to fit their bread.  I have one local Subway
that serves the veggie burgers and they advertize that it is a
Gardenburger product.


On Wed, 29 Jul 1998, Michael M. Rosenblatt wrote:

> Karen Lim states that it is almost impossible to find low fat food in
> the Far East, and that she has had to carry her own food. We recently
> made an extremely tiring, long drive from Southern Florida to Seattle
> (Interminable!). Nearly all of the food on the road is typical American
> fast food, Wendys, McD's Subway, etc.
> Actually we were surprised at what you can get at Subway. They have some
> fat in their breads, but it is significantly less than most other fast
> foods. They also have veggie burgers that seem fairly low in fat. I have
> not been able to get their fat content by contacting them. Perhaps
> someone else can. In any case, they prepare them in the microwave, and
> so are not fried--at least in front of us. I would really like to learn
> their fat content. But at least they don't "feel" greasy.