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PostSubject: RTE - Ready to Eat Kosher GF meals   Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:08 pm

Years ago when I discovered kosher meals to go I was estatic! Now I could travel, or even picnic with hot food at the park or at an non Kosher event with out starving! Some were'nt so hot, but I did particulary like La Briute's spaghetti and meatballs. I did have to order these direct and it saved if you ordered a certain amount, thus you needed a certain amount in your bank account. Wink But recently I found them in my local market, after now being GF!
What a disappointment, the lose of convienence and now acceccability to get them, down the drain!
But never fear, I keep searching.
And look what I found!

MOM!!! = My Own Meals!

Complete, fully cooked gluten free meals in minutes!! Just microwave or boil and voila! Great for travelling; no refrigeration needed.

They have five that are Kosher GF!

Now they don't have the convienience of the heating element that LaBruite had ( a chemical reaction in the heating tray where you could heat this anywhere, and even at home if the lights went out) , but still it is handy.

Best thing about them is you can take them on travel to a relatives that you don't trust to cook for you ,Wink or if you are invited out to eat at a certain resturant that doesn't do GF or Kosher but you have to go because of friends or business, just bring it along and ask the waitress to heat it in the microwave for you but don't open it, you do that at the table. Thus allowing for no cross contamination of Gluten or non Kosher.Shocked


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PostSubject: Re: RTE - Ready to Eat Kosher GF meals   Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:11 pm

CELIACS (Gluten-Free Diets)

My Own Meals, Inc. offers five (5) My Own Meal® kosher main course meals, which are perfect for those who must maintain a gluten-free diet.
These meals have rice and potatoes instead of noodles and macaroni. In the chicken meals there is maltodextrin in the broth, which is corn based. Ingredients of all meals are listed below as a reference so consumers can make their own decisions about each meal’s appropriateness to their needs and taste preferences. New varieties are under development.

My Own Meal® varieties sold in gluten-free stores and websites include:

Beef Stew, Old World Stew, My Kind of Chicken®, Chicken & Black Beans,
and Chicken Mediterranean.

These are the meals available.
My kind of chicken -
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Ingredients:Chicken Broth [water, chicken base (cooked chicken meat including natural chicken juices, chicken fat, maltodextrin, flavoring, sugar, salt, turmeric, annatto)], cooked chicken meat, cooked brown rice, carrots, sweet peas, cornstarch, corn oil, celery, onion powder, salt, garlic powder, spices

Beef Stew
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Beef, water, potatoes, tomatoes (tomatoes, juice from tomatoes, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride), red and green bell peppers, cabbage, zucchini, chickpeas, carrots, onion, cornstarch, celery, corn oil, tomato paste, lemon juice, salt, onion powder, parsley flakes, paprika, spices.
Old World Stew
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Beef, water, cooked brown rice, tomatoes (tomatoes, juice from tomatoes, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride), zucchini,
pinto beans, cornstarch, corn oil, onion, lemon juice, tomato paste, celery, salt, onion powder, spices, minced garlic.
Chicken & Black Beans
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Chicken broth [water, chicken base (cooked chicken meat including natural chicken juices, chicken fat, maltodextrin, flavoring, sugar, salt, turmeric, annatto)], cooked chicken meat, black beans, tomatoes (tomatoes, juice from tomatoes, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride), red and green bell peppers, corn, potatoes, onion, celery, kidney beans, cornstarch, corn oil, salt, spices, lemon juice, garlic powder.
Chicken Mediterranean
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Chicken broth [water, chicken base (cooked chicken meat including natural chicken juices, chicken fat,maltodextrin, flavoring, sugar, salt, turmeric, annatto)], cooked chicken meat, tomatoes (tomatoes, juice from tomatoes, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride), chickpeas, potatoes, ripe olives (olives, water, salt, ferrous gluconate), onion, cornstarch, celery, tomato paste, lemon juice, corn oil, minced garlic, onion powder, sugar, salt, spices.


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PostSubject: For more information other allergies they accomodate   Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:12 pm

Go here and click on Special Diets for eggs, soy, dairy, nuts and other information

http://www.myownmeals.com/


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PostSubject: Kashrut information   Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:14 pm

They are certified Glatt Kosher by:

Kosher Certifications

Hashgocha (supervision): My Own Meal® main course meals are manufactured under the strictest orthodox rabbinical supervision of Rabbi
Aaron Soloveichik, ztl, Founding Halachic Authority, and Rabbi Moshe Soloveichik
- Organization of Orthodox Kashruth Supervision , established 1957.

Meat: Glatt kosher Rabashkin beef. Vineland Kosher chicken.

Grains: The prohibitions of Chodosh are observed.

On-site supervision: All meals are prepared under the supervision of Rabbi Moshe Soloveichik and a mashgiach timidi.
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PostSubject: Surprise, SURPRISE!!   Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:33 pm

I haven't viewed their site for quite awhile because last I knew they were all gluten filled entrees.

But I just happened to bop over there and lookee what I found!






Click Here for More Detail& Complete Nutrition Information

Bone-In Chicken with Potatoes Gluten Free and Kosher for Passover Self-Heating Meal




Click Here for More Detail& Complete Nutrition Information

Beef Stew with Vegetables---------------Gluten Free and Kosher for Passover Self-Heating Meal

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Not a big variety yet but it's something! Probably can't find these at my local just yet, but hopefully someday soon!

And these are even K4P!!! Terrific!


Order them direct by clicking on logo above.

So pop over there today and order some and keep on hand for a black out, or unplanned road trip, or a dinner invite out, these also go great in the park or spur of the moment need to feed, they have the self heating kit in them, you just pour the salt water onto the little pad in the contaner, sit your meal upside down in it and wait about 10-15 minutes, then eat! Yum!soda guzzler
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PostSubject: La Briute's Certifications   Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:40 pm

LaBriute's Kashruth Certifications

LaBriute boasts a Kashruth supervision satisfying even the most stringent standards in Kosher certification. Complementing our supervision by the nationally acclaimed Kof-K certifying agency, our production carries the personal hashgocha of Rabbi Shiya Katz, and is always Bishul Yisroel - Bais Yoseph. Rabbi Katz, the respected Magreve Rav is a senior member of the Central Rabbinical Congress (Hisachdus) and his kosher supervision is highly regarded among the most uncompromising consumers.


All Meats are Glatt and of Chassidishe Shechita
All products are Yoshon
All soups are Parve
All dairy products are Cholov Yisroel
All leafy greens or other possibly infested produce are meticulously inspected
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PostSubject: Re: RTE - Ready to Eat Kosher GF meals   Mon Jul 07, 2008 4:11 am

Well this stinks, I just went over to LaBruite to order some of there GF meals and it seems they don't take their own orders any longer but have hooked up with Kosher.com. When you go to the site there are none of the GF meals on there to buy.

I hate false advertising, can't you tell? Wink

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