TechEd Europe 2012
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- Windows phone: what’s new
- Business intelligence and data visualisation: SQL Server 2012
- What’s new in WCF 4.5
I got to try Tossed recently, totally by chance.
If you’re on a particular diet, Tossed is absolutely perfect because it allows you to fine tune what you eat. This is something you usually can’t do with places like Pret-A-Manger, where sandwiches always come with bread and salads with pasta.
Chipotle is not bad because if you’re targeting a slow-card diet, you can eliminate the tortillas, have more beans, peppers, a bit of guacamole, some lettuce and a choice of 4 meats. But you get bored after a while.
So I was happy to try something different. Tossed give you the option to include / exclude a base (the carbs). And most of the base options are slow carbs: whole wheat couscous, brown rice or whole wheat noodles… Then you choose 1 of 9 meats, 1 of 12 delis and 3 of 23 veggies. The create your own page is here.
You can also go for a ready-made salad and swap ingredients.
And they have peanut butter smoothies!