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(1) Spread of dishes at Angela May Food Chapters

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(2) Southwest Tofu Scramble at Frunatic

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(3) Seared Boneless Beef Short Rib at Tangerine

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(4) Lamb Kofta at Como Cuisine

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(5) Caesar Salad at Como Cuisine

Green feast

Wagyu burgers and truffle pizza are giving way to quinoa patties and kale chips as restaurants jump on the healthful eating bandwagon. Will diners bite?
Jul 22, 2017 5:50 AM

SO green is the new black. That is, healthy eating is "in". Throw a stone in the CBD and you're bound to hit a salad shop, grain bowl cafe or cold-pressed juice bar, all touting superfoods to give you lean muscle and protection from chronic diseases.

That's just the tip of the iceberg (

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