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Hi everyone, quick 1st question: Do they sell the morning after pill, plan b at Vitamin Shoppes, over the counter?.

My 2nd question is: Something interesting about the "cup" lunches: I've begun making them ahead, so I can add a little protein and some spices to both my portion and M's. I put them in two plastic containers and we each warm them at work. I'm finding that the pasta continues to expand, making the minestrone more of a stroganoff than a soup. It's also more flavorful, having sat with the added spices for several hours..

I know this isn't helpful for the heat-and-eat crowd, but for me, it's an improvement in flavor and richness well worth the 10 minutes on the stove each morning...

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Your question was: Do they sell the morning after pill, plan b at Vitamin Shoppes, over the counter?.

I accidently discovered that it really helps the eggs too. I added the water in the morning, then nuked it for lunch. They came out creamy and smooth way better than when cooked right away...

Comment #1

Good to know. I will try re-hydrating my entres for extended periods of time...

Comment #2

That's good to know. I'll try this tip with the eggs because I've not really cared for them in the past. I thought maybe I was doing something wrong as the eggs came out crumbly...

Comment #3

I find that the eggs taste best if they are not done in the microwave, but rather on the stove top,..

Comment #4

I just edited my auto delivery order to not include any items in paper cups. I know it sounds bad but I don't like going to the effort to boil water and then wait for the soup or other item to cook in the cup...

Comment #5

Yep, making the add water meals the night before with spices and such really does make them taste better. I started doing that because of time factor at lunch and discovered taht the meals taste better...

Comment #6

Totally agree with you. I also add the water all the way to the top (more filling), and if I can't make it ahead, after it sits for 10 minutes I pour it in a bowl and microwave it a second time for a minute. Tastes much better...

Comment #7

Thanks for the tip! I work at home, so I'm gonna try it!..

Comment #8

I like too many of these to give them up. I'd have nothing left to order for lunch. My only issue with these is trying to avoid the cardboard flavor that can come through when you rehydrate in the original container. I pour in the hot water to the fill line, then immediately transfer to a bowl, cover with a plate, and let sit. Sometimes I zap them for a few seconds (like 20) in the microwave to get them fully hot again. That also helps to enhance the "cooking" process a bit...

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I accidently discovered that it really helps the eggs too. I added the water in the morning, then nuked it for lunch. They came out creamy and smooth way better than when cooked right away...

Comment #10

I hadn't seen your post when I replied - but yes, this is definitely the best way to go with these, I agree!..

Comment #11

I take a cup of water and nuke it and add it to the item and then I nuke it a bit more. If I don't have to turn on my stove, I don't bother...

Comment #12

I add in one real egg to the scrambled eggs (for the added protein)..it makes them much yummier!..

Comment #13

Such great tips! Thanks for sharing. I would have never thought of adding the water to the foods the night before and reheating. Smart!..

Comment #14

I do the same, plus add some green onion, and a little bell pepper if I have some in the house. This has become my regular Sunday breakfast, along with a slice of whole wheat toast (with a little sf jam) and an apple. Pretty good eats, and that's saying a bunch coming from a guy that loves 3 egg Denver omelets with sausage and hash browns on the side.

As for the "add water" lunches. I let them "soak" for about 20-30 minutes, then nuke for about 30 seconds to reheat just before I'm ready to eat. I've not noticed any cardboard taste issues. I just have to remember to get it all started at least 30 minutes before I want to eat...

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