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1/16/18 12:30 P

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My friend was on nutrisystem for awhile and ended up discontinuing because the meals were repetitious and the price was high.

I have friends who really like Plated and Hello Fresh.I can't afford to do it - I have 3 to cook for so the price goes up. If it was just me I might try it.

I was on Jenny Craig for awhile when I was single, but the cost was too high for my budget.

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1/15/18 2:41 P

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Since I had to shop for the sides, salad, etc. anyway, I decided I might as well use my own brain and shop for meals too. So, I quit Nutrisystem.



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1/12/18 2:22 P

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Years ago I was on Nutrisystem, it worked out great at the time, however portion control was not my problem as I found out later after I gained all my weight back. Through counseling and sparkpeople I have found my way and shed 177 lbs.
I am sure it works for some people, all you can do is try to see if it works for you.
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1/12/18 8:17 A

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Thought about and looked into them but I feel I can make my meals cheaper. I get lots of ideas from SP many people are willing to share their meal plans. I'll save my money for when I need new clothing.

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1/7/18 6:57 P

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We are a family of three but many times it's me on my own for dinner or other meals because the guys will balk at the veggies and salads I want, and I will balk at the fast food they want from nearby fast food places.

You had a few comments about the Instant Pot and I can sure second that opinion. We got the six cup IP a few summers ago on the Amazon half year cyber sale like in June, and with the newer larger models coming out, some with Bluetooth/wifi options (we don't have, but might work for those who want to get a meal started before they left work for their commute home.), I have seen these smaller IP's on sale at good prices. One of the settings is a 30 minute sautéed cycle, which is a handy way to quickly heat up leftover or things which had been frozen. Other options are the soup cycle, the meat cycle, the poultry cycle, and the rice cycle. Some of my 14 options I have yet to try (the Yogurt cycle, for one.). And nothing says you have to cook 6 portions at a time! Just load it up (most things need to be on the included rack, with some water in it to pressurize, but if you are cooking or reheating something that you don't want to be watery, you can place those items on a smaller glass (Pyrex or Corning type dishes) bowl inside on top of the rack (there are websites, books, videos etc to show/explain this better) and cook the food that way.

I haven't yet tried out the various food boxed meal delivery programs but I have thought it might be worth checking into, especially for myself when I get bored with the same fast foods etc that my guys always seem to want.

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1/3/18 5:23 P

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I use Freshly. The meals are precooked and just need to be reheated. Price is right for my budget. I get a box about twice a month with 6 meals. The rest of the time I use my local grocery store.



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Gotta get up and get your butt moving.
No time to be lazy!

Get to your nearest Whole Foods!

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12/30/17 1:41 P

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My inner lazy person looks at them, but my stronger cheapskate self says they are way to expensive. i do most of the shopping so i know what things normaly cost. that and some nights i am impatient and dont want to make the mess or to wait 20-30 minutes to eat. i do batch cook or do a slow cooker meal. that gives me leftovers. io have container that hold 1/2 c - 4 cups so i can portion control or store if it is for more than just me,

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12/30/17 12:22 P

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HomeChef has been a favorite of mine because of the quality of meat choices and easy to read recipes. Even if you do not follow the recipe exactly, it is easy to substitute with the variety of ingredients that are sent to you in the box. It does help to get one out of their comfort zone and try new foods/recipes. Very tasty and definitely a treat. We get a delivery once a month:)



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12/29/17 10:21 P

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I am single and have used Blue Apron and Home Chef. Currently, I get Home Chef once or twice per month. They have low carb options that are good and nutritious, but I get a little bored with those meals as they are mostly a meat entrée and 1 or 2 vegetables. Hence, I just get 1 or 2 boxes per month.

I order the small box with 2 servings of each meal -- but I almost always get 3 servings out of their meals. I eat the first serving for dinner and usually freeze the other 2 servings for later. Having the frozen leftovers works well for me as I can take them to work for lunch. Without them, I would be having to buy too many high calorie (and expensive) food from the cafeteria at work or ordering lunch and having it delivered from local restaurants -- much less healthy and more expensive.

I started using a service because of the lunch issue. I needed a better alternative than sandwiches, cafeteria, and/or restaurants. It has helped with that problem, but I do like variation and sometimes I need to take a break from the meal services. But overall, they have been good.

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Jenny Craig offers a delivery option. The food is delicious and reasonably healthy. You do have to add a salad at lunch and veggie at dinner. I find it absolutely the easiest way there is to lose a few pounds as I try to maintain my 80+ pound weight loss. I pick up locally rather than delivery, though, because I save the shipping cost and get a 10% discount. (based on age)

I'm following the new Weight Watcher Freestyle program right now, though, and have found some delicious recipes (like Turkey, Bean and Veggie Chili) that I can batch cook and freeze up. It takes a little more self discipline than having it all portioned out for you, but I see it as more sustainable and affordable for the long run.




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I think you would want HealthyChef, not Home Chef or one of the other delivery services that requires you to cook your own food if it's the cooking that is your problem.
That being said, if you really don't want to cook for one, learn how to appreciate freezer food or be less lazy, then start shopping differently. Figure out what restaurants and grocery stores have in your area that's relatively cheap, easy and nutritious. Just about every well stocked grocery store is going to have premade salads along with prepared vegetables so that you can try out different salad blends and then buy individual ingredients to remake the salad yourself more cheaply if you so desire. Figure out a few decent packaged frozen dinners that you can keep on hand. Figure out that the Panda Express near you has a side of vegetables for $1.49. Figure out what places have a decently priced and stocked salad bar that you can fill up on. You might not have to cook, but you do have to eat, so figure out the best options for you that involve the least amount of cooking for the most nutritious meals. Write them down in list form and try them. If you like them, put a check mark beside them as a reasonable option for you. If you don't like the option, either draw a line through it or add a note for what might be an easy change to make it work for you.

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I haven't tried any of these services.

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My daughter gave me Home Chef for Christmas.



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12/19/17 1:56 P

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If I ever hit the lottery I will hire a CHEF!

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I've tried Hello Fresh twice, I got it for a reduced price for being new the first time, the second time I paid full price. I cook 6 nights a week after working all day so I will have to say it was nice to just pick three meals (3 meals for 2 people was my plan) and have it delivered to my doorstep. We ended up loving it, we had 6 different meals and the food was delicious, it made us step out of our comfort zone and try new dishes. The only drawback was it was hard to read the directions and cook, took me twice as long. I guess I'm just used to fixing the same recipes over and over. Another good thing is the ingredients for the recipes can be found in a grocery store and I can make them again. If I was a single person and could afford it, I would probably do it. You can get it one week and skip a week or two, it's all up to you.

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12/14/17 5:36 A

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I subscribe to Purple Carrot, a vegan delivery service. I receive 3 meals a week. The service is a bit pricey but less than what you spend at a restaurant. Each meal takes between 30 minutes to an hour to make. But the time spent in the kitchen is so worth it. I have enjoyed every single recipe. The calories are on the high-end though (600-900) so I have to budget accordingly.
I give this service as a gift to myself for all of my hard work.



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We get a Hello Fresh box now and again as a special treat. For some reason its the ticket that gets my daughter into the kitchen with me & I enjoy that time with her very much. We've held on to the recipes we really like and make them again buying our own ingredients so its been worth it to me but not something I could or would do weekly simply because of the cost.

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12/10/17 11:52 P

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I like to buy and cook my own food fresh. I enjoy grocery shopping though.

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12/10/17 7:56 P

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My daughter and I have done Homechef. I love it! My daughter is more willing to try something new from that one compared to others. Meals are not low calorie, 6-800 calories per serving. we get a meal box once a month. I always have leftovers. One meal feeds 3 reasonably eating people so if you have leftovers then the calorie count is more reasonable. We love trying new cooking techniques and new foods. If it were me eating by myself, I would do Blue Apron, the meals are more exotic and I love trying new foods. Groupon often has a deal on Blue Apron.
They all have their recipes and directions on their websites. The convenience is that everything is measured so you don't have to buy like a full bottle of soy sauce to use if thats part of the recipe.

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I live in a very isolated place where getting fresh ingredients is a challenge. For some of my coworkers it's a 260-mile round trip to the nearest tiny supermarket, almost 500 round trip to a major chain grocery. Out here, the meal programs are pretty popular just because they're a way to get fresh food delivered.

I know several couples who've done them, but not many singles. The meals are pretty large, so if you don't like one, you're stuck either having it for several days anyway or throwing out some pretty expensive food. (Although, the worst anyone has said about any of the meals was, "meh, not my favorite." None of them were terrible.)

I don't see them as being very cost-effective for a single person in a city, where cost of shopping trips isn't a big factor.

What you might take into consideration is finding a local custom meal service. There are a lot of "healthy fresh meal" pick-up places these days, and if you find one that's fairly new and trying to carve out their niche, it's very likely you could get them to customize meals to your nutritional needs, or at least help you find which of their established recipes would work best for you.

And if you decide to go with the batch-cooking option for yourself, think about one of the multi-cookers like Instant Pot. They're electric pressure cookers, but they also work as an electric skillet and a slow cooker. Where a slow cooker recipe might mean you have to brown meat or saute veggies on the stove first and then cook for six hours, you can do it all in the multi-cooker in an hour or so. They seem expensive, but they replace three or four other appliances, so if you can get one on sale, it works out.



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My husband and I use HomeChef, especially when we're really busy. For us, it's not an 'everyday' thing or a way to replace 'normal' meals, but it is a fun way to learn new cooking techniques and experiment with new ingredients. We've never had anything inedible (which is great, because you get to pick your meals each week), and have found some really fantastic meals and techniques we use again and again, buying the ingredients ourselves. We typically pay for the meals out of our "Entertainment / Dining Out" budget, not "Groceries".

HomeChef uses evaporated milk in a lot of cream sauces, which was a new technique for me and certainly saves some calories. We've also started using capers and shallots in cooking--what a flavor boost from simple ingredients!--thanks to HomeChef. Their fish is good quality, and having more tasty recipes for fish has helped, too.

Of course, HomeChef makes all of their recipes freely available online, so you can always save some money by buying and cooking their meals yourself. But for us, having the right portions delivered, especially of exotic ingredients, and having the opportunity to have some fun trying something new in the kitchen, makes it worth while. We probably order 1 week per month on average, but enjoy it when we do. If the meal is a salad/casserole type of dish instead of 2 steaks/chicken breasts, we can usually get 3 servings out of one meal. The portion sizes are a little bigger than I would normally eat, and about right for my Husband.

If you're interested, I'd say take advantage of the free/discount offers companies have for your first box, and try out a few options. (We've also done HelloFresh and Blue Apron, but like the 'simple' recipes and ease of selecting meals from Home Chef.) Just pay close attention to the cancellation deadlines for your 2nd box, or you might end up with more food than you bargained for!



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12/9/17 2:01 A

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As a fellow "lazy cook" I have to say I've found the following very helpful:

frozen veggies
frozen fish fillets
salmon and tuna foil packets
bagged raw veggies, lettuce, or spinach (pre-washed)
frozen chicken pieces (unseasoned)

I can throw together whatever mix I want in a few minutes and its cooked by the time I'm out of the shower.

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@LYZZIE58 Maybe you could try preparing the ingredients ahead of time and freezing hem for easy Crockpot meals? That way the end product isn't frozen but a lot of the work was done ahead of time. You basically pull the bag out of the freezer, dump into the the slow cooker, and turn it on.

Here are some examples:

www.smartschoolhouse.com/easy-recipe/make-
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newleafwellness.biz/2015/08/17/31-freezer-
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You can probably search for more if this concept is of any interest for you. There are also a lot of ideas out there for one pot meals.

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My wife uses one of these programs. What I believes it mounts to is portion control.

We add a salad at lunch and a vegetable at dinner. It has been successful for her. I do my own thing. But, I also eat a third more calories than her prepared diet of 1200 to 1500 calories. The food looks and smells good.

Add a good dose of exercise and it works at a slow pace. Same way it arrived.



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All interesting answers, thank you! Yeah, it does look too expensive, and I too am eager to eat what I'm in the mood for, and that can be pretty particular. I think I'm jut going to have to make friends with the slow cooker and the freezer! It will be annoying at first because I'm energy-challenged (read: lazy) but I know if I just do it I will get used to it. Thanks again for your input.

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I refuse to pay their premium prices for food that isn't necessarily as nutritious as I want. I, too, am a single lady but that's why I am thankful the freezer was invented. I prep things that freeze well in single servings like soups, chillis, stews. I have even had good luck with with pasta and egg dishes!

Or, since the freezing thing maybe doesn't appeal to you, how about a crockpot? You really just have to prep a bit, dump it into the pot and several hours later, you have food. You can prep ingredients ahead of time or even buy pre cut vegetables and such. Also, electric pressure cookers (brands include Instapot and Crockpot) can prepare whole meals in minutes and you could have meals prepped for a few days.

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I've never found one suitable to my desires because:
-they are more expensive than what I can do myself
-I can't predict my body/appetite needs ahead of time
-I eat way more veggies than any that I've seen provide

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Not all meal delivery services require you to cook the meal. In NZ we have a very popular one which is co-owned by one of our best known Registered Dietitians who is a past winner of Master Chef NZ. They provide the ingredients and the instructions. There is another one which my sister-in-law gets and the meals are all cooked and fairly nutritionally sound. She HATES cooking with a passion and simply put .... doesn't. A can of baked beans or a poached egg on toast are about her limitations.

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No thank you. They just are too expensive when meal planning is just as easy.

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I looked into them. People who subscribed said, they were really expensive and you still had to cook.

Although since you are only one. And the servings are two to four. It may not be too expensive for you. I heard it was $120 a week for three dinners.

I don't know about you, but I get all my groceries. Breakfast, lunch and dinner plus sundries. For less than $120. For three people. Thanksgiving week I spent $150. Usually my entire bill is $70-80 a week. That includes everything.

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i live alone and cook for one. BUT I don't actually cook one serve at a time. I just had a look at my single serve meals in my freezer - just over 30 days' worth of a large variety, including roast meats/gravy. The reason for that is that I bulk cook.
Saves power/gas.
Saves cleanup time/costs.
Saves money!!!!
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Any SparkPeople using any of the meal delivery programs, like Home Chef or Hello Fresh or any other? I love to eat but hate to cook and I'm single so it's especially unmotivating to have to fire up the kitchen to cook just for one meal for one person. Yeah, I know I can make more and freeze it and eat it another time, but once it's in te freezer it's not appetizing to me anymore.
So have you tried any of the delivery programs, and if so, what did you think? Are you on one you can recommend?
Thanks for the input,
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