On Tuesday, I had the opportunity to try one of the meals from Power Supply, and I wanted to share my experience. I listened to the rep, Andy, share some facts such as Whole30 compliant, no gluten, no dairy, various portion sizes, and paleo, vegetarian/vegan and combination options. Then he told us about how each meal is prepared by a chef, and I knew I had to give these meals a try.
I came home with Spinach and Lentil Dahl, one of my favorite meals to cook at home. I warmed it up and was impressed with the taste and quality of the food. Now, because I can never leave anything alone, I added half of a cup of cashews, some feta and an additional cup of spinach. If I wasn't at home, I wouldn't have done because it tasted just fine. But let's be honest, that workout on Tuesday was a butt-kicker and I was hungry!
It was a dinner portion and I am happy to say that I was very satisfied with the meal. I think Power Supply can be a real time-saver for those who are not able to do food prep, but also for people who want a break from cooking, or need some new ideas. And by the way, this totally counts as meal prep! It's not cheating, it's using your time and money in a way that supports your goals. If you have any questions about my experience with the meal, just ask me in class or message me!
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