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August 27, 2015

Paleo on the Go: 1 Month Review

Written by Damect Dominguez

If you love to eat Paleo but also keep a busy schedule, planning and meal prepping isn’t always an option. A few weeks ago when things got really hectic for me, I needed a solution. Paleo On The Go’s (POTG) real food meal delivery service was it.

Though I heard and read great things about them, some questions still crossed my mind.
● Could frozen food really taste fresh?
● Will the meal plans offer enough variety?
● Will the portion sizes be filling?

After a month of eating POTG’s meals, I can answer yes to all those questions.

Each week’s meals arrive vacuum-sealed, labeled and frozen carefully packaged in dry ice, with an information sheet and menu. Depending on the meal plan you choose (Paleo w/Seafood, Paleo w/out Seafood, or Autoimmune Protocol), you’ll get a variety 10 complete meals (including a protein and vegetable), 1 soup, 1 bone broth, and 2 paleo treats. (I still haven’t decided whether the Paleo Banana Nut Muffins or Paleo Blondies are my favorite. They’re both so good!) The soups—Wonton, Thai Chicken and Grandma’s Chicken Soup—were all hearty and delicious.

The bpa-free food packets are clearly labeled listing POTG’s quality ingredients and reheating instructions. Based on your schedule, you can thaw and reheat your meal on the stove or in the microwave—or because I’m usually short on time, I prefer to simmer the packets in boiling water for 10-15 minutes, cut open and serve.

Over the month, I mixed and matched items from POTG’s three meal plan offerings. I found there was enough variety between the plans to have a nice assortment of meals over the month. Sometimes I even paired a protein, with my own salad or veggies for added variety. It’s been a great experience so far. I’d say the best part is the convenience of knowing I have delicious, quality meals available to me any time.

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About Damect Dominguez

Co-founder of BoxLife Magazine. Author: Training Day: 400+ Workouts to Incorporate in Your Training.

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