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Quick question: Medifast Diet.....YAY or NAY?!?!?!?!?!? Thanks in advance for any answer or 2. Second question of mine... I typically rely on the portable foods (bars, puffs) for work and school, but I'm out of them, and I have a lot of shakes and drinks left, so I want to use them up before I place another order. I've seen people discuss this before with mixed results - but would anyone mind sharing what meals they make in advance, how, and for how long? As in, how long would a shake be good for once it is made? Or any certain methods you use for preparing meals for a day or two in advance?.

I have a ton of shakes, puddings, and drinks left, so that's mainly what I'm working with here. I'm just not sure how long is too long once it is refridgerated. Does anyone freeze shakes and then thaw them out for later?.

Hope this makes sense. Thanks for your help..

Comments (8)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..

Comment #1

Thanks for the advice, Spazzy..

I do the same with the soups!.

I should've clarified a bit, though - I was more referring to making a bunch of meals in advance and trying to have them last me a few days!..

Comment #2

I think I read somewhere where someone made the soups a week in advance and froze half of them... hoping that person chips in cause I don't remember!..

Comment #3

Hi. I do this for my first two meals every day. The night before, right before going to bed I take a 16.9 oz water bottle, pour a bit of water into a cup, add 2 dutch choc shakes into the water bottle (using a funnel), shake the bottle, and then pour the rest of the water back into the bottle, shake again. Leave in the fridge all night. Right before leaving for work I take the bottle with me. At 8am and 10am I have 1/2 the bottle each time for the first two meals.

I do shake the bottle before drinking. I do not store it in a fridge either between 8-10, just leave it on my desk!..

Comment #4

This is a great question. I live on bars or pretzels at work and I'm kind of getting tired of eating so many bars. I don't have easy access to a microwave at work and I really only like the shakes when I make them in a blender with ice. I wonder if I could blend it up the night before and freeze it in my bottle, and then drink it once it starts to defrost and get slushy. I think I'll try this and let you know how it goes..

P.s. I have read posts where people report freezing cooked soup, then thawing and reheating...

Comment #5

You could probably make quite a few shake cakes in advance and freeze them. They are portable and easy to make...

Comment #6

I made some dutch chocolate shakes in my sandwich maker last night, tossed them in the fridge and brought some to work today in a little baggie. I just tasted it, and it is still just fine, although not crispy as it was last night.

I went off CodyJo's chocolate raspberry idea, without the filling. I'm happy and it will help me find another way to eat all the shakes I've got stockpiled..

Comment #7

I make most of meals in advance..to me they taste a whole lot better after they have had time to "sit". For the sake of convenience I make up meals for 2 days in advance, so as not to have to fuss with everything and cleanup 5 times a day..

Shakes last 2 full days...after that you are pushing it, I typically don't make anything up for longer than that, but have on occasion had a hot cocoa left over and then used it early the third day and it was fine!.

Hope this helps..any more questions please send me a message..

Joanne..

Comment #8

When I'm at work I always have at least one shake. I have one of the plastic shaker bottles, with the metal ball that came with it. That thing rocks!! No powder left over, it is well mixed and tastes great! It's fresh and if you have access to ice, it will taste very close to the shake you make in a blender, just "on the rocks' instead of blended!! Add water to shaker bottle, then mix, throw in the bal, put on the lid and shake. I shake it upside down and right side up, for about 10 seconds and then pour over ice...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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