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Today's Frozen Meal: Kashi Chicken Florentine
Wednesday, 2010 February 10 - 12:51 pm
"Grilled Chicken Breast with Spinach, Sweet Red Peppers & Baby Portobello Mushrooms; Kashi 7 Whole Grains & Sesame with Orzo Pilaf; Garlic White Wine Sauce Topped with Shredded Parmesan Cheese."

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Meal

Anna asked me to review this one. The photos were taken under fluorescent lights, so the meal looks somewhat less appetizing than it did in real life.

Taste: Like most low-sodium meals, it's a bit underseasoned. There's a lot of flavor here (plenty of garlic, hurray), but it could use just a little more salt, and a little more of the parmesan and cream sauce, to counteract the bitterness. It's a shame that they skimped on the cream sauce because that part is pretty tasty. As it is, it's not much of a real florentine, but it's not bad. Score: 3.5/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: A bit high in fat, but otherwise good. I'd forgive the overall fat number if it weren't for the also-borderline saturated fat. Score: 2.5/3.0

Packaging: Peel the film and stir after two minutes of cooking. But again, a bonus for recycled earth-friendly packaging. Score: 2.0/2.0

Total Score: 8.0/10.0
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