Menu Notes 3/11/14

Chef Brandon menu notes. Contact Health Savor for delicious organic food in Cincinnati.

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Delivery window for this evening is on schedule… between 6pm and 9:30pm.

Hello, everyone, and thanks for ordering this week!  I have one small tweak to mention tonight. The chicken and salmon dishes are now par-cooked for much longer than they were previously.  They still require you to follow the heating instructions, but there was a lot of confusion on which items were fully cooked or not, I hope this helps. Additionally, this will cut down on reheating time significantly.  All new heating times were tested this week to ensure accuracy. I did this in response to feedback, always doing what I can to improve this service.

Regular customers, what do you think about the new par-cooking method?

New customers – WELCOME! I am so grateful to be helping many people stay healthy, lose weight, and some feeling great for the first time since their childhood. It’s a simple philosophy, and it’s all about balance.

Balance means providing all of the necessary elements to optimize the system and removing interfering elements. Nutrients are necessary elements, toxins are interfering.  We avoid all toxins by sourcing organic foods and never adding any refined grains or sugars to anything.. EVER!

We focused on bold flavors this week, using MORE herbs and other natural, sodium-free seasonings to please the palate. As always, for those of you who like things salty, add some salt. If there’s one thing I can’t stand is when my food comes to me extremely salty. Let me decide, ya know?  Everyone has a salt shaker, so use if you need to, but I encourage you to enjoy as is.

Below are the heating instructions for the things that require heating this week.  Be sure to check out the nutritional analysis, which includes ingredients list and heating instructions as well, listed in alphabetical order under Entrees, Soups, Breakfast, Kids Meals, and Desserts, by visiting: http://healthyorganicmealdelivery.com/weekly-nutrition-instrux/

I check this email quite frequently, so if anyone has any other questions or concerns, I’m all…eyes.  🙂

Enjoy!

Chef Brandon and the HS Team – Jonas, Kara, Heidi, Rich, Debbie, Don, Nikki

Heating Instructions for 3-11 Delivery

Sesame/Ginger Marinated Chilean Salmon over Asian Quinoa Salad For best results, place salmon in skillet over medium heat for about 4 minutes per side. Quinoa salad does not require heating, but can be heated with salmon.

Mojito Marinated Amish Chicken Tofu over Roasted Veggie Medley Bake with lid on for 15 minutes. Chicken is now fully cooked to avoid confusion. Simply heat and serve.

Eggplant Parmesan with Spaghetti Squash – Remove lid and sauce, and bake at 400 for 8 minutes. Pour sauce all over and bake an additional 4 minutes. For ultra crispy eggplants, place them in a skillet and crisp on each side for 3 minutes on medium high, then bake with sauce on for 3 minutes.

Vegan Over-sized Fish Tacos Heat the “fish sticks” in a skillet on medium-high heat, just until hot, then assemble tacos.  Tortillas work best slightly heated in skillet or microwave as well.

Thai Green Curry Item is fully cooked. Heat to a minimum temp of 165 degrees by baking with lid on for 15 minutes at 400 or placing in a saucepan, or microwaving in a safe container, until steamy.

Minestrone Simply heat and serve in:Microwave – on reheat setting for 4-6 minutes. Saucepan – On medium-high heat, stirring frequently for 7-8 minutes.

Chili Con Quiche Heat in a toaster oven for 10 minutes at 300 or briefly microwave on reheat for 3-4 minutes.

Tomato-Basil-Kale Omelet please refer to last weeks omelet, they are always the same

Low Carb Muesli Tastes best heated like oatmeal, but is MOST NUTRITIOUS eaten as is, not cooked, to preserve the healthy oils in the nuts. You decide.

Banana Pancakes Just pop them in the toaster and you’re ready! Also heat great in oven and skillet. Very freezer friendly.

As always, for the best Cincinnati organic food meals, delivered right to your door, CONTACT HealthSavor!

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