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What are the best paleo meal delivery services for a busy professional?

Answered on December 14, 2015
Created December 10, 2015 at 3:32 PM

Hi, everyone. I'm a nurse who has been on the paleo diet for about 4 months now, but can't seem to find time to cook. Batch cooking works, but gets repetetive. It also takes a huge chunk of my free time.

 

I was wondering if any of you had any insight on the best Paleo meal delivery services. Have you tried them? What are the benefits/differences of each? Also, economicallly what should I expect to spend?

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on December 14, 2015
at 03:05 AM

Where are you located? If you're in the LA/San Fran area... Or DC, MD or VA... My Power Supply is the BEST SERVICE out there, I kid you not. So friggin' delicious and healthy! :) 

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on December 12, 2015
at 12:39 PM

I'm not sure about paleo services per se, but you might want to grab take out menus from all the places in your neighborhood and spend a few minutes finding one or two healthy meals on each. 

Examples:

I can tolerate a bit of rice from time to time, so I'll sometimes order a salmon Don and seaweed salad from the local sushi place.

from a local Mexican place, I can get "Mexican steak" which is stir fry strips of steak stewed in tomatoes, onions & spices. I sometimes eat it over the rice it comes with, sometimes mix it with a side salad.

and I'm fortunate enough to live in a city with a bareburger chain - all their meat is grass fed/good quality, so I sometimes stop by there and get a burger with lots of veg toppings on a lettuce bed. 

 

But those can can get repetitive too. I have a couple of paleo and foodie friends - we do social batch cooking days every so often. I get to see them AND wind up with a freezer full of meals.

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on December 11, 2015
at 12:30 PM

There aren't very many, and they're usually local to specific areas only.  Most likely you'll find them if you're in a city like NYC and they will be expensive.

Even so, you're far better off learning how to cook and cooking all your own meals.

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