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Today's Frozen Meal: Lean Cuisine Roasted Honey Chicken
Friday, 2010 May 7 - 5:59 pm
"Roasted white meat chicken in a sweet honey sauce with snap peas, yellow beans & whole wheat pilaf." Yes, a sweet honey, as opposed to that other kind.

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Meal

This one boasts no preservatives. Its ingredient lists bears that out; there are a few processed ingredients like maltodextrin (a mild sweetener), carrageenan (a thickening agent), and whey protein concentrate, but they're all naturally derived.

Taste: A bit bland. Despite the promise of "sweet honey", the sauce is only slightly sweet, and not very honey-like. The texture isn't bad, and the pilaf is pretty good, but on the whole the dish isn't very memorable or satisfying. Score: 2.0/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: Good all around, only falling somewhat short in vitamin content. Score: 2.5/3.0

Packaging: Just have to slit the film; no stirring required. Score: 2.0/2.0

Total Score: 6.5/10.0
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