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October 11 Frozen Meal: Lean Cuisine Glazed Turkey Tenderloins
Monday, 2010 November 1 - 1:28 pm
"With whipped sweet potatoes and dressing."

Box

Meal

It's amazing how many ways they can package up chicken or turkey.

Taste: It's much like the Lean Cuisine's turkey breast meal from before, except with whipped sweet potatoes instead of that odd bean dish. Oh, and it's smaller. It's pretty typical: somewhat overcooked chunks of white meat turkey, along with an onion-y crouton dressing in salty gravy. The whipped sweet potatoes aren't terribly good; they taste almost artificial. The dish isn't very filling. Score: 2.0/5.0

Nutrition

Nutrition: Very low in fat, and wow, 90% Vitamin A... but borderline on sodium, and not much else in the way of vitamins. Score: 2.0/3.0

Packaging: Unlike most other Lean Cuisine meals like this, there's no peeling or stirring required here. Score: 2.0/2.0

Total Score: 6.0/10.0
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