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Personally, I always thought that vegetarian food was more healthy for you. In a browsing spree, I ended up at the Jimmy John's website. I used to get their #6 (basic veggie sub) all of the time, but switched to the #5 (the Vito, an Italian sub comprised of salami, capicola, provolone, veggies and vinaigrette) after my first taste. The site has nutritional information. The Vito weighs in at 24 grams of fat and 562 calories. The veggie weighs in at 35 (!) grams of fat and 671 calories. When I first started eating at Jimmy John's my freshman year (4 years ago, sigh), I always got the Gargantuan. 46 grams of fat and 892 calories. Ooops.