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8/1/12 1:54 P

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I was just checking out emeals because I seen someone recommend it on here and I do believe they had a gluten free menu. You might wanna double check if you are interested. To the original poster it does cost money but I don't know how much it helps yet. But on group you can get the 12 month plan for 50% off, which is $29 instead of $58. Of if you search coupon codes for the website and only want a 3 or 6 month deal there is a 15% off coupon code.

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4/18/12 2:33 P

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how do you like the emeals site? do you have to pay for it? do you find it helpful?

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4/12/12 10:25 A

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One of my only frustrations with this site has been that the meal planner doesn't have specialty menus. I'm allergic to wheat (Gluten Free) and that, coupled with my dislike of cooking, has caused much chagrin. I'm so glad I ran across this blog! Emeals has a specialty menu for me and I'm actually excited about trying it!

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