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7 Gram, the recently opened kosher cafe' in Ra'anana, presents a healthy menu built by culinary experts.

October 1, 2005 01:43


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7 Gram, the recently opened kosher cafe' in Ra'anana, presents a healthy menu built by culinary experts. It includes a wide array of natural dishes such as whole-wheat pasta in tomato sauce, garlic and parsley; five-color salad with spinach, carrots, red peppers, purple onions, lentils and garlic; broccoli and sweet potato quiche with low-fat cheese; and whole rice with fried vegetables and ginger, cabbage, tofu, and spring onions. 7 Gram is named after the exact measure for making an espresso, and the eatery also offers a rich homemade brunch with salads, pastries and marmalades for NIS 55. 7 Gram, Renanim Mall, Ra'anana. (09) 746-6288 (kosher)

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