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Al Pastor Salad at Costco Food Court

Check this out - Al Pastor Salad at Costco food court.  I shall try this next time.  Let me know if you tried it before.  Did you like it?

It's $4.99.  The sign says...

  • Plant based protein (soy)
  • Chopped romaine
  • Black beans and fresh vegetables
  • Banh mi vegetables and dressing
  • 330 - 750 cal.

This salad sounds little too "city" to me.  Vegetarian, yoga, poetry reading, movies with subtitles, Prius driver...  Oh, That's me.  :)

Happy new year!

Comments

Comment: 

WHAT ???????

It can be regional thing.  I know different locations carry different menu. I will check and let you know if my locations stopped carrying Polish as well.

Oh boy...

By john

Comment: 

They replaced the Polish dog with this....why oh why would you do such a thing. On principle alone this is a crime.

By WhyOWhy (not verified)

Comment: 

Ahhh~~ *  Thank you for letting us know, Toa.  Now I am excited.

Yes, it's the dressing that adds huge amount of calories.  I do exactly what you do.  I use half of dressing (in case of chicken Caesar salad).

Have a nice day, Toa. Talk to you soon.

By john

Comment: 

Just had it. It’s really delicious. You can’t even tell it’s soy. I’m not the type you described- I love my meat! But it’s really flavorful and MUCH better than the Cesar salad. The dressing is a whopping 420 calories, however. I used half and it was enough for me. Highly recommend.

By Toa (not verified)

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