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SNOWJESTER SparkPoints: (29,896)
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1/19/13 5:55 P

I like trader joes stir fries. I but the ones that are just frozen veggies, no sauce, so no extra sodium.

NIRERIN Posts: 13,994
1/19/13 4:55 P

i like the contessa shrimp stir fry. i tend to use whole foods 365 teriyaki sauce in place of the packet sauce that come with it though as it cuts calories and tastes better.

DOTSON525 SparkPoints: (190)
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1/19/13 4:47 P

I usually do prepare meals on the weekend, but I tend to get tired of eating the same thing for a few days. I share a kitchen with 4 others, so cooking multiple meals in a day would not be ideal. Any ideas of brands, etc...?

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (60,593)
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1/19/13 3:23 P

Why not get them ready on the weekend, freeze them, then just unzip, add to the pan, and heat? Cheaper, and lower sodium that prepackaged stuff.

DOTSON525 SparkPoints: (190)
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1/19/13 3:13 P

I'm looking for healthy ready made stir fry meals. Between school, internship, and work, many times I am too busy to create something during the week. Any suggestions?

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