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March 01, 2012 Source Health Magazine By Bethenny Frankel
It's so rare for me to find a new favorite food. I am such a creature of habit that I rarely try anything different or exotic. A few weeks ago I had a hankering for chili. But to be perfectly honest, none of the typical vegetarian chilis were doing anything for me. I usually had to doctor them with salt and cayenne just to have a little bit of flavor. But then I found Amy's Organic Spicy Chili. I'm a sucker for anything red and I was really drawn to the deep red colors on the can. As I cooked it that evening I had all of my standards out on the counter--cayenne pepper, salt, cheese--ready to liven up the flavor. But after testing a spoonful I realized it needed nothing. This chili is PERFECT just the way it comes. And, honestly, that's just not something you find very often. Bottom line; I have found a new favorite food; one that's actually good for me to eat. I look forward to the cold rainy San Francisco winter now that I have something rich and hearty to keep me warm!
Thank you so much for creating the gluten-free Baked Ziti kids meal! My daughter Sarah, 8, was diagnosed with Celiac disease only last January.
One of her very favorite foods has always been pasta. While I can fix
her gluten free pasta that I buy from health food stores, she missed the 'coolness' of frozen dinners. Her eyes lit up when she saw this in the store's freezer and
she loves how it all tastes, especially the focaccia bread and pasta.
We're all learning how to eat to live instead of living to eat, but
every little thing I can do to make her feel like she's 'normal'
(whatever that is) and not missing out on so much helps her as she
adjusts to the gluten-free diet. The only thing I ask is that you maybe
come up with other frozen dinners for kids.