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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Faisal Sultani
The best time to ask a clubhouse attendant to grab a couple of Big Macs from the McDonald's up South Capitol Street from Nationals Park is not when the clubhouse chef is within earshot. "Are you crazy?" Sultani remembered telling the attendant. "Do not go get him that burger."
"The whole goal is for things to be fresh and vibrant," Sultani said. "We try to avoid using anything processed. ... I tell them not to eat things that start with W, X or Z or have a number after them. It's probably not good for you."
"At first they didn't talk to me," Sultani said. "They didn't know me and they didn't trust. They'd just stare at the food. Now they're just eating machines."