Eatsa: food made by robots?

A few weeks ago, a groovy new food place opened up on Telegraph Avenue, right where Crepes-A-Go-Go used to be: Eatsa. Eatsa is an automat that specializes in serving customized quinoa bowls. No cash is accepted (only card). Whether you’re craving a kale salad, a burrito bowl or healthier Indian food,
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Seared ahi tuna

Looking to cut down on your meat consumption? Try this delicious seafood dish: seared ahi tuna. Packed full of protein, this delicious fish will keep you energized and give you the boost you need to get through even the busiest of days. Put it in sandwiches, use it to top
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Tofu Pad Thai

Craving Pad Thai, but don’t want to venture out to one of the many great spots in Berkeley? Look no further than this tofu pad thai recipe, featuring some yummy Trader Joe’s ingredients. This take on the traditional noodle street dish will serve four.
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Zucchini boat enchiladas

Just about everyone loves enchiladas. Now there’s a way to enjoy them with a healthy serving of veggies and fewer carbs. Zucchini boat enchiladas taste like the real deal and are also fun to make. And just because this recipe is supposed to be healthy, doesn’t mean we’ve left out the cheesy
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Pizza biscuits

Think food doesn’t get any more convenient than pizza? Well, think again. These pizza biscuits are not only fast and easy to make, they are also perfect to eat on the go, like tiny calzones. So try this recipe for 16 biscuits and be ready to sink your teeth into a new take on a classic treat, oozing with melted mozzarella and warm marinara.
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Peanut butter cookies

From the most elementary of times, peanut butter has always been the best option in forms of to-go sandwiches, bite-sized snacks and, best of all, with a spoon straight out of the jar. But it doesn’t just stop there. We at the Clog have put together a scrumptious and beyond
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Spanakopita: spinach and feta triangles

In need of a snack to serve your friends when they come over? Well, impress your fellow Bears with Spanakopita, Greek spinach and feta phyllo triangles. They are light and crunchy on the outside and mouthwateringly savory on the inside. You can even freeze the extras, unbaked and have a meal for later. So grab some friends, set up an assembly line and make this tasty treat.
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Tomato pesto zoodles

Want to make vegetables fun again? Well, luckily you can by investing about $10 in a spiralizer. Spiralizers can curl just about any vegetable, including zucchini, carrots and sweet potatoes, into a noodle shape. The recipe options are limitless, but for now, try this delicious recipe for tomato-pesto zoodles. These zucchini noodles,
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