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Know of any good soul food restaurants in Long Beach, OC or San Gabriel Valley, CA?

Know of any good soul food restaurants in Long Beach, OC or San Gabriel Valley, CA? Topic: Know of any good soul food restaurants in Long Beach, OC or San Gabriel Valley, CA?
May 26, 2019 / By Cheyanne
Question: I went to one in Downey today. The food was awful. Does anyone know of any good ones in Long Beach, OC or San Gabriel Valley?
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Alystair Alystair | 2 days ago
In long beach there are two that are good M&M's on Carson and Paramount in the shopping center near the bowling alley or Roscoes Chicken and Waffles on 4th and broadway just before ocean blvd
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Alystair Originally Answered: is chicken soup for the soul oraganic dog food?
Absolutely NO, It is a holistic food(human grade ingredients) though and made with good quality ingredients. Human grade means it is like the normal food we buy for ourselves in the grocery stores, the meat can contain hormones used to speed growth and antibiotic, and animalls are vaccinated against disease, the fruit in vegetables in the regular section made use of fertizlers and pesticide to increase quantity and to prevent insect damage Most grocery stores have seperate section for their organically produce foods which are higher in price, and that is the type that is used in what is called "Organic" dogfood Organics is human grade as well but it also documented and proven not to have hormones and anitibiotic and no vaccines in the animals used for producing the meat and grains vegetables, fruits are grown with the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides Organic foods are much more expensive to produce as the ingredients have to be certified and even for grains soil testing has to be done and recorded while the grain is still growing, the high cost is due to all the paperwork and inspections that are done along the as a result the dog food manufacturer had to reduce costs by lowering the meat content of organically produced foods, so they are very low in protein unless they are using soy to increase the protein amounts The page gives a listing of the organic foods and a description and the picture of the seal that is used to signify a food is organic, The companies that produce also make holistic food, so if you want only organic you have to look for the USDA organic seal on the bag http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?... Chetco is only partly right Karma is Organic the other two are holistic, Timberwolf Organics Is very misleading since they use the word organics in the name, but none of their foods are organic in quality, the link I posted explains at the bottom of the page

Tierra Tierra
I know you didn't ask for anything in LA, but try Bertha's Soul Food Cafe on Century Blvd. They've been in business over 40 years and are probably the best in the LA area. The neighborhood is pretty sketchy, but the food is worth it!
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Rosy Rosy
I.M SORRY HOW ABOUT YOU GO ON THE INTERNET AND CHECK OUT SOME RESTAURANTS. AND WATCH OUT SOME restaurants ON THE INTERNET MAY SAY THAT THERE FOODS IN GOOD BUT ALWAYS TRY AN SAMPLE FOR ORDER A BIG MEAL.
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Nadine Nadine
nah, but there's a real good one in Didsbury Village,Manchester,UK if that's any good to you? I recommend the Chorizo dishes,mmm, nice!
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Nadine Originally Answered: At what age did you let your child(ren) eat food from restaurants?
If the baby's getting fresh organic food for the vast majority of his meals, it really isn't going to matter at all if he eats the occasional french fries. But better yet, when you go out to restaurants, start an early policy of never ordering from the kids' menus. Order something healthy for yourself and share, or get a a half order or a couple of healthy side orders and let him eat those. Order baked fish and broccoli, for example, instead of burgers and fries. Or choose your restaurant wisely (there are a few restaurants that have healthy choices even on kids' menus, but they're certainly the rare exception). Again, a couple of french fries are not a big deal if it's once in a while. But if you're eating lots of french fries, the sad truth is that you're not protecting him ... he'll soon start craving whatever it is you are eating.

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