Prepacked prepared SB meals

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TwoAngels

Joined: Jun 07
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Posted: 25 Jun 2007, 09:24
Hi all,
Thoughts, feedback......about all the SB foods now available at the grocery store, already prepacked?
I've not tried many since starting PH 2. This morning, had a southwestern breakfast wrap, was OK. Made myself eat it b/c I should--I'm just not real big on eggs! But, must say that celery sticks with pb is getting old for breakfast!! (quick and easy!)
I like the lunch wraps. Had the grilled chicken ceasar one yesterday--so good once you get used to the fact that a stone wheat tortilla does NOT taste as good as a flour one! Laughing
Do you eat them? Which are good?
Thanks!!
annaf1973

Joined: Jun 07
Posts: 8

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Posted: 25 Jun 2007, 12:16
Hey! I have tried just about all the SB prepared foods (prior to actually starting SB strictly - still Phase 1 right now), and they are all pretty good. My fav's are the Frozen Steak Teryaki and Chicken Monterey wraps (I think they are P2 "approved"Wink. Just don't microwave them too long or one end will get hard!

I agree the grilled chicken ceasar wrap is also great! I used to take those to work with me cause they were so convenient. (The southwest one has some good salsa in it!!!)

And I LOVED the Cinnamon Raisin Cereal Bar!!!! (I got the variety pack and the others were OK, but not great.)

I never got to try the pizza, because my 8 year old daughted always stole it from me because she loves it! Wink

Can't wait to try the Cranberry Walnut Chicken Salad!!!

Just a few of my favs.......
kari76

Joined: Apr 07
Posts: 5

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Posted: 25 Jun 2007, 12:30
I'm not big on pre-packaged meals or frozen dinners but I have tried the South Beach Meal Replacement bars (little bigger in size than the cereal bars) and they are fantastic. I especially enjoy the cinnamon creme ones. I'm usually not very hungry in the morning so they are perfect for a quick & light breakfast (usually consumed while driving to work!).



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