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Don't get scared off by the name of the brand "Macro Vegetarian".  I'm not vegetarian, nor do I try to eat macro, but these meals are delicious!  I recently e-mailed the company and found that many of their meals are gluten free (I've been eating them for long before I discovered I have Celiac.)  So, wanted to share.  You can probably find them in your health food store, if not in your general grocery.

 

The first three are my absolute favorites, I usually add a little gluten-free soy sauce and warm them in the microwave (in a bowl)  -- 

 

 

Sprouted Brown Rice Risotto - 126

Organic Brown Rice, Organic Tofu (Organic Soybeans, Filtered Water, Nigiri, Organic Spices), Filtered Water, Organic Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Organic Corn, Organic Green Peas, Organic Onion, Sea Salt, Spices, Sesame Oil.


Sprouted Brown Rice w/Sprouted Lentil Pilaf - 127

Organic Sprouted Brown Rice, Organic Sprouted Lentil, Organic Carrot, Organic Onion, Organic Cauliflower, Curry Powder, Organic Garlic, Sea Salt, Organic Coconut Oil, Spices.

 

Sprouted Brown Rice w/Sprouted Quinoa - 128 (THIS IS BEYOND DELICIOUS!)

Organic Sprouted Brown RIce, Organic Sprouted Quinoa, Organic Zucchini, Organic Yellow Squash, Organic Onion, Organic Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Organic Celery, Soybean Oil, Sea Salt, Spices

 

To keep the list manageable, I've left out the ingredients on these others, but I'll bet they're just as good:

Macro Sushi - 201

Sprouted Brown Rice Ginger Sushi - 222

Edamame - 206

Peking Duck - 211

Yuba Pocket - 214

BBQ Tofu - 301

Sweet & Sour Tofu - 303

Chickpea Masala - 304

Curry Tofu - 305

Dill Tofu Salad - 406

Vegan Tofu Salad - 407

Black Bean Salad - 411

Vegan Sun-Dried Tomato Tofu Salad - 414

Seaweed Salad - 410

Tokyo Seaweed Salad - 215

 

 

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Are they frozen? Or a dried soup cup type thing that you add water? My son likes things like noodle cups or a rice cup that he can microwave and add some grilled chicken to for his lunch.

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Are they frozen? Or a dried soup cup type thing that you add water? My son likes things like noodle cups or a rice cup that he can microwave and add some grilled chicken to for his lunch.

Not frozen - just refrigerated.  You can actually eat them cold, but I prefer them a little warm.  And you don't need to add water.  Try the Sprouted Brown Rice/Sprouted Quinoa with a little soy sauce first, it's so flavorful.

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They sound interesting. Sadly most convenience foods are off limits to me (especially vegetarian) because of soy. Oh well, at least someone has something they can enjoy that is simple. I know how much that is worth. :)

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