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This is Salt Lake City's one-of-a-kind living-food bar, with unprocessed organic dishes, including a curried seaweed roll and broccoli soup. Beautiful plate presentations, healthy dishes and a peaceful atmosphere are the restaurant’s lure. Owner Omar Abou-Ismail swears by the health benefits of raw food. A vegetable purist, gardener and forager, he harvests most of the restaurant’s herbs and spices himself.
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