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Screw You, Dr. Atkins: A Review of Shanghai Garden

by Min Liao SHANGHAI GARDEN High standards and high nutrition. ANNIE MARIE MUSSELMAN Originally published in The Stranger on April 3, 2003 I cannot imagine a life without noodles. I say this defensively because I've got several friends who are really into the Atkins Diet: that insanely trendy weight-loss philosophy that forbids any sugars and most carbohydrates, but encourages liberal consumption of meats, fats, seafood, and cheeses.
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