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Yesterday's Frozen Meal: Anne's Italian Turkey Sausage with Cannellini Beans
Wednesday, 2010 March 3 - 9:42 am
"Gourmet Frozen Meals Made with Lots of Love." If you haven't guessed, this isn't a store-bought meal: this was made by Anne, who is awesome in every way. (If it were made by Con-Agra, it would say "... Made with Lots of Love, Broccoli & Apple Multi-Grain Crisp.")

Box

Meal

The meal looked better before I had to stir it. Also, the package looked better before someone dropped it.

Taste: Mmm. It's just bursting with flavor, and every ingredient comes through. It could easily be a restaurant meal. Score: 4.5/5.0

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Nutrition: Okay, I don't have the ingredients or the nutritional data here, so I can't really score it. It seems like it might be a bit higher in fat and sodium than your typical Lean Cuisine meal. But it also contains love! Lots and lots of love! (Awwww.) Score: Incomplete

Packaging: I cooked it at 50% for four minutes, stirred it, then continued cooking for two minutes. According to my strict scoring rules, I'm afraid I have to knock down for the need to stir. Score: 1.5/2.0

Total Score: Incomplete.. But for what it's worth, I could eat this every day. Thanks, Anne... we love you!
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