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Going Through the Lean Cuisine Website, and I Almost Freaked Out

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#1 Kaybug150

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Posted 08 January 2021 - 11:41 PM

I've always been terrible at math and calculating portion sizes, so I often stick to foods where I am given a specific amount, and am thus able to count the calories much easier. Because of this, I am a fan of Lean Cuisine (and because LC allows me to eat cheese pizza without feeling too guilty and disgusting).

 

My father is supposedly coming over tomorrow, and he always brings me groceries for the week, meaning I have to have my list written out the day of. I was going through the Lean Cuisine website, looking to see if I wanted my usual stand-bys, or something new, and a bunch of the meals were missing. This made me anxious, since LC is some of my few safe foods, and I was scared they had removed all the things I actually eat. (I don't like meat, especially microwaved meat, so all my meals are the meatless vegetarian ones.) I was panicking, trying to figure out where everything had gone.

 

Then I realized I was on a website labeled "Life Cuisine", not "Lean Cuisine".  I guess they've added a new meal subsection, with a new lineup of foods for the new year.

 

Thanks for not starving me, Lean Cuisine!  :lol:


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#2 TheBigRedMachine<3

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Posted 13 January 2021 - 02:48 PM

Not Lean Cuisine, but my all time favorite frozen food used to be Smart One's Fettuccine Alfredo.   I do my own cooking now but every now and then I get a frozen dinner and still enjoy them.

 

Glad you were able to find your meals!! 


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Posted 13 January 2021 - 04:50 PM

Not Lean Cuisine, but my all time favorite frozen food used to be Smart One's Fettuccine Alfredo.   I do my own cooking now but every now and then I get a frozen dinner and still enjoy them.
 
Glad you were able to find your meals!!


I used to absolutely love Smart Ones three-cheese ziti.

I have before - I will again.

 

The scale doesn't lie - people do

 

HW: 123

LW: 99

CW: 116

GW1: 105

GW2: 99

UGW: 95 / 88

 

​There's a room inside your gut

​Close the door and keep it shut

​Let no daylight enter in

And the punishment begin

 

Emptiness is pure. Starvation is the cure.




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