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I just ate the "homestyle chili" for the first time. The only word that comes to mind is dog food. Never ever again.

Okay, I'm done now. Back to being positive!..

Comments (16)

I add a lot of spices and sometiems use it with ground meat as my dinner and make a taco salad (minus the shell)..

Comment #1

I cook it slooooowwwwly, and add a good tablespoon of my favorite salsa! Totally changes the taste and texture. I just add in the salsa to my food list to get the total calories right. Makes all the difference!!!..

Comment #2

I let it soak overnight and cook it on the stove for about 8 mins. I have used dr root beer or diet dr pepper. Also after cooking add eith some hot sauce or spicy mustard...

Comment #3

This is a good meal for me! I add some picante sauce..

Comment #4

I soak it for at least 4 hours and add tobasco. When I first started Medifast I hate it but now it's one of my favs!..

Comment #5

I also soak mine and cook it on the stove, not in the microwave..

Comment #6

Thank you guys so much for the tips! I made mine just by following the directions and didn't add anything. I have loved all the other food so far - much much better than I could have hoped. Maybe chili will be one of my favs eventually, too!..

Comment #7

I have not had it since the first time I was on Medifast a few years ago. I used to enjoy it. I did see a post at one time that suggested adding 1/2 cup diced toms and chili spice. I think that sounds delicious...

Comment #8

I make the chili in the thermos in the morning with 1/2 beef bouillon cube, some onion powder and a Tablespoon of salsa. The chili is one of my favorites but it isn't so great when made according to the package directions because it needs some soak time...

Comment #9

I grind the chili to a fine powder in my blender, 1/4 tsp baking powder and add enough water and 1 TBSP EggBeaters to make a batter. 1/4 cup reduced fat shredded cheddar cheese, and into the sandwich maker. It's like a chili/corn muffin! Yum!..

Comment #10

I Hated it for the first month, could not stand it! forced myself to choke it down 3 times. I've played with the spices I add and use some of my lean to top it with cheese. And ya know what? I crave it and want it now! And it sucks because I'm all out and forgot to add some to my auto ship because I just figured out that I like it now...

Comment #11

Might have been my post. I love the chili and order it every time. I add 1/2 diced garlic, onion and basil tomatoes and used to add the spice but don't need it anymore, so save that condiment for another one. People think I'm eating my own chili. That's why if I have to eat L&G for lunch, I eat chili with the family cause to me it's like eating a 'normal' meal. Give it another shot.

And I don't even feel the need to soak it.

Oh, and I also have added a sprinkle of parmesan cheese on top too!..

Comment #12

Following the directions on this one in my experience does not work.. It has to be soaked for at least 3 hours before it has any chance of being right.. More like 4-5 hours... What is good is to make the soups or chili in the morning, then put them in a thermos and bring them to work, by the time lunch rolls around they are good and soft...

Of course the Chili still needs a lot of Tabasco or hot sauce to make it eatable... I don't eat it that often anymore as to save the condiments for dinner time...

Comment #13

I thought the same thing.......maybe worse.......and I still don't eat it much but if you mixed and cook it the day before and add a few things.....chili sauce, salsa, stevia, garlic, onion powder.........it really tastes so different the next day...

Comment #14

Yep...What other's have said and if I am wanting chili that day, I use some of my lean and add either chopped chicken, or lean ground turkey, lots of spices and I cook it with beef broth, not water...I also use a t. of good sour cream and a few chopped green onion tops...It makes all the difference!..

Comment #15

Ms. Dash Chipotle Spice with a little garlic powder REALLY helps. The best combination of spices I've found yet!..

Comment #16


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