Wow, I’m getting some great questions about Mel’s Meals! I’ll use today’s post to give you some answers.
How much does it cost?
You can buy individual meals for different prices, and there are also three meal plans you can do. I’m doing the Get Lean plan, which is $175 for seven days.
How do you get your meals?
Easy! I pick them up twice a week. Pickup days are Mondays and Thursdays. I just walk in, tell them my name, and my meals are bagged up and waiting for me. Payments are automatically made once a week, so I don’t even need to pull out my wallet. It’s the fastest errand I run all week.
Is it enough food?
Yes. The meals are balanced and satisfying. I find that the protein I’m eating in the morning really keeps me going. I’m just not that hungry.
Do you have to cook the meals or do anything to prepare them?
If it needs to be heated, there’s a label on each meal telling you how long to microwave it. My microwave is terrible, so I add an extra minute. Other than that, there’s no preparation involved.
How does it taste?
Taste is subjective, so what one person likes another might not. But I’ve found most of the meals to be really tasty.
Do you miss any “regular food?”
Yes. I would love some sushi.
Please feel free to keep sending me your questions. Here’s the scoop on my most recent eats:
Turkey Egg Scramble and Blueberry Almond Muffin
Turkey Taco Salad
Chicken Stuffed Pepper
I cannot express how much I love those blueberry almond muffins. And I don’t even like blueberries! But the almond flavor is so good, it would compliment anything. This muffin is my new favorite way to ingest 90 calories.
Two salads in one day might have been overkill, but I ended up not eating the Greek salad because the cucumbers were just too soft. I guess that’s the downside of pre-made meals.
I can’t believe I’m halfway through this 21-day challenge. It is flying by!
*Full disclosure, Mel’s Meals is picking up 60% of the cost of my meals in exchange for my honest blogging about my experience.