Passover is an important holiday during which Jews commemorate our exodus from Egypt and enslavement under the Pharaoh. I respect that, but it doesn’t mean I don't lose five pounds a year from this (semi) involuntary diet. Like Molly said before, this is generally a tough time to find food on campus. However, I was actually surprised to realize that one of the only places where I have been able to eat is the Marvin Center.
Granted the bread's not really an option, there still are plenty of meats, cheeses and salads to choose from at the salad bar.
But I'm not really healthy enough to preach about that. In more relevant news, I checked out the french fries at Chick-fil-A but they use peanut oil so those are off-limits (no "legumes," remember?) Luckily, Wendy's cooks their fries in vegetable oil so that's still ok. They do have some appetizing salad options too, but avoid the ones with chips in them.
I was going to report next on what you could eat at Yaya's Asian Kitchen, but they literally told me to stop taking pictures and seemed hostile so I left. I tried taking a picture of the menu but they stopped me from doing that too. I figured they wouldn't let me write the menu choices down (now that I've clearly planted myself on the Yaya staff's bad side) and I have a poor memory (ask my spanish teacher) so you're not going to hear about them from me.