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21 April 2009, 02:50
i have never been on a diet. or eaten frozen pre-packaged food for 2 meals a day, 5 days in a row and so i was a tad unsure about attempting the lean cuisine challenge. on behalf of nestle, the lovely georgie from mark communications sent me, not quite nigella and jenius a week’s worth of lean cuisine’s new range of ‘real food, real taste’. 97% fat free and free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives says the box. and it’s part of a campaign where three girls are LIVING in a glassed off shop on bathurst st in the cbd where they will be eating lean cuisine and doing workshops with nutritionists, fitness schedules and evaluating food diaries. heh it’s a healthy big brother lol
first lean cuisine meal for lunch was the rich & creamy mushroom tortellini. i must say i was quite curious on whether the food would look like the pretty picture on the box. looks ok hey? and damn i must have a really small stomach because i was full 3/4 of the way in! altho i did eat some corn earlier on…
and for dinner: sundried tomato tortellini. not bad not bad. i may have some issues with sun dried tomatos but it was still pretty tasty. it was also a bit of a relief not having to worry about planning ahead on what to make for dinner!
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