Chronic health problems, childhood obesity, special diets, food allergies, a diabetes epidemic, a better-informed public: Americans may still like to indulge, but with dining out so ingrained in our fabric, more often they also want something that's good for them or that lines up with their idea of healthy. It's not likely many operators want or need to scratch their menus for a trimmed-down, de-fatted version. But if you're looking for some inspiration, perhaps a way to tweak some portion ...

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