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Smoking or salting meat of livestock butchered in autumn was a common household strategy to avoid having to feed more animals than necessary during the lean winter months. Banquets held on fish days could be splendid, and were popular occasions for serving illusion food that imitated meat, cheese and eggs in various ingenious ways; fish could be moulded to look like venison and fake eggs could be made by stuffing empty egg shells with fish roe and almond milk and cooking them in coals. Social norms also dictated that the food of the working class be less refined, since it was believed there was a natural resemblance between one's labour and one's food; manual labour required coarser, cheaper food. At major occasions and banquets, however, the host and hostess generally dined in the great hall with the other diners. Among the meats that today are rare or even considered inappropriate for human consumption are the hedgehog and porcupine , occasionally mentioned in late medieval recipe collections. The importance of vegetables to the common people is illustrated by accounts from 16th-century Germany stating that many peasants ate sauerkraut from three to four times a day.

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BTW, Nutrisystem offers a vegetarian plan. My Nutrisystem weekends on your own looks like this: Mornings I eat cereal. I like one bowl of Special K redberries with fat free skim milk and my two cups of coffee, sweetner no cream. Lunch on Satuardy, if I'm at home is a salad and maybe some watermelon. Dinner is usually at a restaurant. I like salads and I have had some awesome salads.

We went to a steak house last Saturday and I had the small grilled Salmon, a baked sweet potato and a salad. If we go Thai I get fresh salad rolls, I love em.

We keep sugar free jello cups in the fridge all the time as a snack. It's a free food so.. Anyway, maybe this information will help someone. I know for me my healthy lifestyle fell apart at the grocery store. Nutrisystem takes care of that for you. I go to the grocery store a lot these days but, it's all small purchases. There's four grocery stores between work and home so I don't mind. I don't buy foods with a shelf life for the most part. I would say that we actually save money on Nutrisystem because during the week we don't eat out at all and we don't buy very much from the grocery store.

Our monthly expenditure is either cheaper or a wash but, Nutrisystem isn't costing us anymore than we were spending a month anyway. I have a new un-opened box ready to go. I have three days from the last order. After the next box is done I may try to go off Nutrisystem.

That would be 16 weeks on Nutrisystem. I think I know how to eat now. If I start to slide I'll order a card and get a new box of Nutrisystem. By Kathy on June 21, I bought this thru Amazon, sold by Charity Books. I received the card to order the food. This is a total scam and Amazon should not even sell this if you can't get you're money's worth..

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. There was a problem loading comments right now. By Peg on January 20, I was under the impression that when I ordered this from La Leela that I would be receiving the product not a card with a code for the Nutritsystem web site. The charge for mailing a card was overpriced. It should be stated in the information somewhere that they are just selling a card!

And that you have to go to a web site and then sign up to get your product. I would not have bought this after seeing that I could get it cheaper on the Nutrisystem web site. Frye on November 16, One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful.

By Joyce March on February 6, I'satisfied and pleased with Nutrisystem. By Amazon Customer on December 9, By Deborah Crounk on May 1, I thought I was waiting for food how sad. By Amber Lynn M on November 17, My husband ordered this for his mom her request as a bday gift. It was confusing for her- she just received a piece of paper with some codes on it.

It's basically just a gift certificate for a meal plan. By KayN on June 7, Every little bit helps! Jetty on December 27, Don't like the candy bars.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I am returning all of the product as I do not want to take a chance with any of the other items. It was so disgusting and makes me sick thinking about it. How is that everyday? We were extremely disappointed in this package and felt cheated. The description has changed since we bought package.

Previous desciption did not have the list of bullets with 14 day and saying dinners "menu" because was telling husband what was in box. The only thing I could review when buying was picture of the box and the contents list.

Husband had already completed two of the protein 5 day kits, which included all foods for the whole day, he was very happy with those, and wanted to continue on only the NutriSystem plan. Some of the items listed on this 14 Day Everyday Kit were similar to his dinner items and had different lunch, snacks so thought this was a great buy for 14 complete days.

This box contained only breakfast, lunch and plenty of snacks. There were no dinner items in this package and we did not know until opened it.

We had to go and buy dinners at grocery store that were not NutriSystem. Very disappointing and think the original description was misleading. Good way to get introduced to Nutrisystem. Mostly grab and go, or microwave. Potato item is not a good flavor, makes you very aware of portion control. The box only contained 12 breakfast and 12 lunch items.

Should have been The program was easy to follow and the food was very tasty. Co-workers were very impressed with the amount of food. It's so sad to hear people's le say it's delicious. I use occasionally to get on track. But thinking of "never again". This is not a very good deal it says it's two weeks worth and I knew it didn't include dinner but it doesn't even include all the snacks it's breakfast one snack lunch. Nothing I tried was very good. I was hoping this would help me lose some baby weight and kickstart my fitness program but it did nothing for me See all 55 reviews.

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