If you have a Whole Foods/Fresh Fields nearby, you never again need to go to a Subway or Quiznos. After having tried a few of their custom-made sandwiches, I can definitely say that the Whole Foods sandwiches are far superior to their fast-food counterpart. For $4.99 (or maybe even less if you forego the meat) you get your choice of a number of different breads, deli meats, vegetables (fresh or grilled), greens (mixed, lettuce, and spinach), and spreads. Last night I had mixed greeens, spinach, cucumber, tomato, onions, and a couple of other veggies on tomato focaccia bread with a heavenly saffron(!)-garlic mayo. Man oh man, talk about good. And for only $3.99.
So, the next time you’re picking up your tallow-free soap and veggie chips, swing over to the sandwich counter and pick up a delicious delight that easily beats out Subway for pretty much the same price.
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