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10 Things You Must Know About Asian Takeout

Hold on to your chopsticks: Our experts spill the (soy)beans on what's healthy—and not—at Chinese, Japanese, and Thai eateries.
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One entrée serves two people

Chinese and Thai dishes typically contain enough food for two or three people. "It's meant to be family style," says Corinne Trang, a food and beverage consultant and author of Noodles Every Day. So if you're dining out, split with your guy or a friend. Eating in? Portion out half before you dig in—then save the rest for tomorrow's (yummy!) lunch.

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