Thought of the day: If it's hard to find a food place that serves healthy or authentic Chinese food, it's nearly impossible to find one that serves healthy and authentic Chinese food. Luckily, I think I have just found one right here in downtown Boulder, thanks to the recommendation of a friend. The menu is very small and you order from the counter, but who cares if everything tastes soooo good. It's yet another proof that freshly prepared natural food tastes naturally good, without the assistance of dubious flavor enhancers. I know that it makes a world of difference in taste when it comes to something as simple as a hot oatmeal. But, to my surprise, only a handful of restaurants in Boulder offer organic oatmeals for breakfast. How long will it take for restaurants to offer it as a standard? How long will it take for people to demand for healthy food instead of just putting up with whatever is being used in the restaurant kitchens? Hopefully it won't take very long. As far as I can see, the tide is going in the right direction. Perhaps one day I will not need to be so excited when I find a place like Zhou Mama, as a healthy food place will be the norm rather than an exception.
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