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8/20/08 8:47 A

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None of the names sound familiar to me, but I'm writing them down and will check.

Do you think the Dr. Pragers ones are more for the kids than adults?




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8/18/08 1:16 P

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Hello everyone! Are you guys aware of the great gluten free frozen meals that are now on the market? For so long all that was available was Amy's meals. They are great and all, but I wanted more variety. At your local Whole foods you can now find at least 4 different makers of GF frozen meals. #1 Amy's - Amy's meals are all vegetarian, and 1/2 of the line is GF. #2 Glutino - the flavor of these meals is nice, but the portion size can leave an empty feeling in the gut. Better pair one of these with a nice side salad. #3 Organic Bistro (my favorite) - these are super expensive, but worth it to me. www.theorganicbistro.com
I discovered these at the last GIG conference in Dallas. They fill you up and taste great. The only one I do not care for is the turkey meal. #4 Dr. Pragers - I have seen these, but I have not tried them yet as I really don't need chicken nuggets and fish stick type things.
There are also some Cedar Lane products that are GF. I find these at my local Kroger's.

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