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Seeds of Change Frozen Entrées

Seeds of Change Frozen Entrées


Seeds of Change is now bringing entrées to the table. Flavors are inspired everywhere from the Yucatan peninsula all the way to the Italian coast. We tested their Creamy Spinach Lasagna, Spicy Yucatan Frijoles & Vegetables with Brown Rice & Tofu, and the Seven Grain Pilaf with Vegetables & Creamy Herb Sauce, each were rich and full of flavor with enough variety to appeal to a wide range of tastes. The Creamy Spinach Lasagna was melt-in-your-mouth delicious with a thick and smooth white sauce. The Spicy Yucatan Frijoles & Vegetables with Brown Rice & Tofu was a joyful medley of various vegetables, such as zucchini, red bell peppers, and green onions. The Seven Grain Pilaf with Vegetables & Creamy Herb Sauce was a delightful mix of oats, barley, rye berries, and wild rice and more. As far as frozen dinners go, these were a treat. We couldn’t pick a favorite because each of these was superb! They are USDA certified organic.

Website: www.seedsofchange.com

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S.O.C.- No. 25 Portabello Mushroom & Eggplant Lasagna StarStarStarStarStarStar
by Tammi
The Seeds of Change No. 25 Portabello Mushroom & Eggplant Lasagna was the best frozen dinner I have ever had. Let me say that again. It was THE best frozen dinner that I've ever had. And what a supreme bonus that this delicious treat was Certified Organic. Awesome flavor! Nice portabello chunks. The mushrooms, tomatoes and garlic were the flavors/textures that stood out on my palate. Run don't walk to Sprouts or your local healthy grocer to get this tasty treat. It's going to be easy to go Organic with Seeds of Change. I can't wait to try their other meals.(FYI: In no way am I affiliated with this website or Seeds of Change.)