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Free Food Box (3 Meals & 3 Snacks) Worth £13.70!

Free Food Box (3 Meals & 3 Snacks) Worth £13.70!

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£5.99£13.70
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We have worked with Muscle Food to bring you this great deal if you are looking to loose weight and want delicious meals and snacks already calorie counted and super fast and easy to prepare as used by Josie Gibson and Amy and Jonathan Tapper from Gogglebox.

You get one whole days worth of food with 3 meals and 3 snacks worth £13.70 for just £5.99 delivered. There is NO subscription or commitment as this is a one off box but if you do want to continue, they will email you with further special priced offers.

Please note - Make sure you change the delivery date to a weekday if you are getting delivery as £6.99

You get -

  • Breakfast - Beautiful High Protein Maple Pancakes
  • Morning snack - Caramel Cashew Barebells bar
  • Lunch - Satay Chicken Rice Pot
  • Afternoon snack - Musclefood Bean Puffs - pickled onion
  • Dinner - Award winning Mushroom Pesto Pasta Meal Kit
  • Evening snack - Granarolo Oven Baked Cheese Snack

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🍽 Do The unthinkable™ has worked for 15,000+ people simply because it puts you in a calorie deficit eating real, tasty food.

🍽 We provide every meal and snack you need to lose body fat sustainably whilst saving you time usually spent preparing it all yourself.

🍽 You can try Do The Unthinkable without committing to a full week of food.

🍽 You'll also receive an exclusive offer for the full plan after your trial expired, so you can decide for yourself.

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ElizabethBourne
ElizabethBourne3 months ago

Good deal thank you for sharing there product are nice and shipping time is quick

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RosieWaters
RosieWaters3 months ago

This looks good I might order this.

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mldy96
mldy963 months ago

I understand the convenience of these ready meals, but I'd still rather cook bigger portions of these meals to eat for 2-3 days than buy a small portion for the same £6...

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TracyRay42827
TracyRay428273 months ago

mldy96 some people don’t have the time to cook. So this is better for working/Busy people

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mldy96
mldy963 months ago

TracyRay42827 (Yikes, this ended up being long, sorry about that...)

Well, I'd personally argue that a slow cooker or pressure cooker with a timer would be a better option still value and amount of food wise.

I usually start classes at 9AM and often make use of the labs almost until building closure as we have tons of projects to work on (and a portfolio to build!), so I have warm dinner made in my slow cooker(s) while away and I prepare a quick, big wok stir fry every other morning for the next 2-3 days for lunch.

Bulk cooking on the weekends is also an option - you spend half a day cooking for sure (or way less if you split work with someone), and you do need freezer space to cover the entire week, but then all you need to do is pop in the food in the microwave during those busy weekdays.

No hate for anyone who buys these packs instead, I just really don't see these worth the advertised ~£14...

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cookiewithcarro
cookiewithcarro3 months ago

As someone who cooks in bulk on the weekends, I totally agree. I buy discounted veg and meat over the week then cook for 2-3 hours to make 5-7 portions (sometimes even more if I bought too much food) all gets shoved in the freezer, doing that every week or two (depending on the amount I made and need for it) costs me pennies, counting per portion (solid 500-600ml box full of veg, meat and carbs) so far cost me between 43p and 68p per portion... And I was thinking then it was a lot!

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cookiewithcarro
cookiewithcarro3 months ago

My local supermarket also has a lot of free food if you pay for it!

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bickerstaffamy
bickerstaffamy3 months ago

They do sign you up for a subscription. Over £30 for the next box. I hopefully have cancelled it.

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