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dcrews
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Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
What are some of the better places to go for pre-prepared meals that are at least somewhat healthy and won't rip your eyes out on price?

I've been hitting up Fresh Kitchen on Corporate, across from Towne Center. Food is very good, fresh (relatively at least) and all I have to do is pop it in the microwave for 2 mins and I'm good to go. However, it's a little more expensive than I'd like it to be, so I can't really do it for every meal.

I don't mind cooking my own meals, but quite frankly, I'm starting to consistently work out and I just don't feel like meal prepping all that much. (I know, I'm lazy).

Not sure if this board is the same as the OT, but I will post tits for your time if that's acceptable here.



Blah
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
This place looks like it could be good. Opens on August 12th

Twine
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J Murdah
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
I've seen something on facebook about a Managed Meals, or something like that.


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brbengalgal
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
LINK

Pink Prep
They deliver and they are all organic
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Gris Gris
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
quote:

Not sure if this board is the same as the OT, but I will post tits for your time if that's acceptable here.




It's not.

Calvin's has some prepared foods as does Whole Foods. I'm sure other grocery stores do, as well.


Degas
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
Invest in a food saver vacuum device. If you don't mind cooking sometimes, cook in bulk and then seal each meal up and put in the freezer. Drop into a hot water bath and voila, you've got pre-prepared meals at your fingertips, exactly as you like them and hopefully purchased from the grocery at a sale price.


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dcrews
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
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Calvin's has some prepared foods as does Whole Foods. I'm sure other grocery stores do, as well.


Actually stopped by Whole Foods after work and got some pretty healthy/tasty stuff from the food bar.

Definitely gonna check out Calvin's.

That Pink Prep deal looks pretty good. I may give that a go for a week and see how it is.


Gris Gris
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
Don't know if you're going to find a lot of healthy options at Calvin's, but maybe so. The rotisserie chickens are pretty good.


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djangochained
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re: Pre-Prepared Meals (Baton Rouge)
Maxwells has a ton in the frozen section

Try bergerons in port Allen

I'll never pass on tits


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