This was the dish that put me over the edge. Stir Fried “Beef” over Quinoa.
I don’t know how much detail you can see but this is a bowl of stir fried fake beef (which in general I’m not all that fond of) on a tablespoon of the oddest quinoa I have ever seen with two strips of dried green pepper. The smell was bad, but I tasted it anyway. Honestly the flavor wasn’t too bad on the beef. But again, it was sweet! I made it through two pieces of beef before I just couldn’t take it anymore. Tossed it in the garbage and grabbed me a lean cuisine!
This is the Mediterranean CousCous. It had absolutely no flavor except for a little bit of frozen spinach taste. I dumped a bunch of dried fruit & nuts and unintentionally a few chocolate chips. It was then tolerable.
This was my “sausage” biscuit. This was pretty good! You weren’t expecting me to say that were you! I would eat it again. The sausage patty was thin with a savory flavor and the biscuit had no sweetness to it.
This is what their pile of mushy sweet mac and cheese looks like after I added some extra cheese and pepper to it. 😦 I read reviews that said the Macaroni and cheese was really really good, so this is one I was looking foward to. It was bad. Just bad.
There are a couple of bags of things left in the freezer that I might try (one more stack of pancakes and the fruit) but the rest is going in the garbage. This stuff is just bad. For the price they are charging for it, I expect the food to be healthier, and I also expect the ingredients to be what is listed on their website. I can’t trust their nutrition information because the ingredients don’t match up. That’s just wrong.
If the reason I got the lower grade food was because it was through a “LivingSocial” or “Groupon” deal (I can’t remember which) then on top of everything else, they are idiots. Bad marketing idea if you can’t provide decent food for a promotion.
Today for Breakfast was my Activia Yogurt over a banana and for lunch I had my Green Giant Rice medley with Peas & Mushrooms. I’ll have a Kind bar mini for afternoon snack and I think I’ll have a nice bowl of Dr MacDougalls soup for dinner with some random vegetables on the side! An entire days worth of food for the cost of ONE of the Gobble Green dinners.