If you've never considered Whole Foods for lunch or dinner, give it a shot. There are multiple salad bars, some taco bars, a Japanese area with sushi, an Italian section, and even a counter with Mexican food. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something. Right next to the cafeteria is a wall full of drinks, with everything from water to exotic sodas.
I made my way to the Japanese area and ordered the salmon teriyaki bowl with brown rice and vegetables. Not a very daring selection, but it ended up being a good choice. While the salmon was dry, there was enough teriyaki sauce to help it out and the brown rice was cooked well. What made the bowl stand out, however, were the vegetables - predominantly a variety of peppers and bok choy.
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