Posted 24 March 2013 - 07:21 PM
I'm thinking of joining but I have a question about the prepacked foods. Are they microwaved to heat up or can I heat them in the oven or stove top? I don't have or use a microwave and really don't want to get one.
So just wondering about reheating the food.
Posted 25 March 2013 - 08:00 AM
Total Loss 85.2 Prior to pregnancy in 2013
Start weight Sept. 2012: 271.4 lbs
Weight prior to pregnancy 2014: 187.2
Labor Day Challenge Goals:
1- Just LOSE weight
2- Work out Mon-Sat
3- Log my food
Week 1 (7/13): -1.8
Week 2 (7/20):
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Challenge Total Lost = -1.8
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Jessica "Faiza" Yagi
Posted 25 March 2013 - 03:27 PM
a pyrex dish. Much better.
Some people have purchased toaster ovens to use. I am still in the process of looking at them, but plan on getting one.
Started 12/28/2012 214 lbs.
Re-Starting using MOMO 1/2/13 I am still 37 lbs. ahead, however, my lowest this past Summer was 158, so I am up 19 lbs. from that. I can't keep looking at my old stats, it has to be new. I will be 58 in February. I weighed 196 last year at that time...can't go there!
1/1/13 Wed. 177 lbs.
1/8/13 Wed. 175.6 lbs.
Anniversary July '13 Frankfort MI My Kaiser - Spring 2013
This isn't even my heaviest- Summer '11 I think. Not goin' back there!!
Posted 25 March 2013 - 05:47 PM
Hope this helps
Posted 24 April 2014 - 12:26 PM
You can use the oven for the frozen dishes. Many of the shelf stable foods can be heated up on the stovetop (submerged in boiling water). Personally, I think the foods taste much better out of the oven, but it does take anywhere from 20-45 minutes.
Posted 24 April 2014 - 02:06 PM
you can heat them up a number of ways and it is all detailed on the packaging for you - lots of different options
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