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 Post subject: Favorite Amy's Products
PostPosted: Wed Jan 08, 2014 1:59 pm 
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I kind of forgot about Amy's for a while and I'm enjoying one of the frozen tofu scramble meal thingies for lunch today and I love this shiitake. And I've come across other people - omnis - who enjoy it too. And that roasted vegetable pizza, it's good too. Best no cheese pizza out there. What's your favorite thing Amy makes and freezes or cans for you?

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I love the roasted veggie pizza, the Indian burrito with spinach and tofu, and the Thai coconut soup. I also recently tried a frozen red Thai curry thing that was tasty, although not too filling.

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Definitely the Roasted Veggie Pizza

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The vegan (non-dairy) pot pie! I love it. I wish someone would come up with a copycat recipe.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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The Vegan Rice Mac & Cheese. Every year I order one of these & a Tofurky roast from Natural Grocery for Christmas and have the MaC & Cheese Christmas Eve

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Since I stopped using my microwave years ago I do not buy any of the frozen things. However I loved the kid's baked ziti meal!

We do buy the soup though. The guy digs the rice one with hot sauce and with doctoring I turn the minestrone into a wedding soup!

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The tofu scramble is far and away my favorite, but I like the spinach and tofu wrap thing, the pot-pie, and the spicy chili what comes in a can.

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Since I stopped using my microwave years ago I do not buy any of the frozen things. However I loved the kid's baked ziti meal!

We do buy the soup though. The guy digs the rice one with hot sauce and with doctoring I turn the minestrone into a wedding soup!


The Mac & Cheese can be made in the oven!!

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I am crazy about the Mac & Cheese, and I love the vegan Margherita Pizza - I always say that it's better than it has any right to be.


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I like the GF pasta bowl, the Light n Lean spaghetti and meatballs, the vegan mac n cheez and the mattar tofu.

I miss the samosa wraps. Those were my all time favorites.

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The vegan mac and cheese, by a landslide. It's the only Amy's thing I buy consistently when I see it.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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i really like the gluten free pizzas with vegan cheese. it's not daiya! i like the scramble burritos, too, but i can't eat most of their stuff anymore since i found out about my onion intolerance. i do like the mac n cheese even though it does use daiya, but i rarely see it. I think the problem with the vegan mac n cheese is that they offer too many varieties of mac n cheese, so stores who dont specialize in vegan stuff only order a couple and don't know which ones to get. they should discontinue their lactose free version and just have vegan.

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Another big fan of the mac n cheese here, I don't get it too often because it feels like there is a big mac n cheese rock in my stomach after I eat it. Totally worth it, though. The bean and rice burritos are nice for when I'm too tired to do anything but press a few buttons on my microwave. The no-chicken noodle soup is so salty but I love it when I'm sick (or when I'm well, either way).

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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Almost everything! The black eyed pea bowl is flavorless and almost gross, but I love the tamales, the new pizza, tofu scramble, enchiladas, tofu burrito. I haven't seen the tamale pie in ages, but I used to love that. The burritos are good, but too expensive and never on sale. Trader Joes sells them relabeled and much cheaper though. The light and lean spaghetti and balls is good too. The meatballs are the best vegan ones I've had. They apparently sell them in a bag, but alive never been lucky enough to find them.

If I absolutely must pick a favorite, it's the baked ziti. Giant sells all the Amy's stuff for $4.39 so it's semi affordable.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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Oh yeah, duh, the enchiladas are the best

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Baked ziti! That's what I meant by GF pasta bowl. That's my all time favorite too.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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The roasted veg pizza for sure, but it's so expensive $10-13 here so I haven't had it for years. Also a veg pot pie sort of pocket/wrap thing, I can't remember what it's called but it's never less than 4 bucks! I did get one last year though and it was yummy. I love amy's stuff, but, yeah, I wish it was cheaper.

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Prices on Amy's stuff seems all over the place! Giant and Wegmans sell most entrees around $4, but Safeway and Food Lion are near $6.

If you write to Amy's they will send you a boatload of .50 and $1 coupons.

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Another vote for the roasted veggie pizza, and I also lurve the tofu brown rice bowl thing with the tahini sauce.

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i really liked the spinach pizza with the rice crust, enough that i started making rice crusts at home, even though they're more work than regular pizza dough. and that rice mac and cheeze, oof. i don't understand how that stuff is so good, because i've never made a daiya sauce at home that i loved. i'm almost angry about it.

has anyone tried the thai coconut soup? tom kha was my favorite thing in the world pregan, but for whatever reason i've never tried to make it vegan.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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roasted veggie pizza 4EVER!!!! <3 I love that biz.

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Pretty much all of them, but the GF Breakfast Wrap is the best.


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The Thai coconut soup is really, really good - not too salty, mildly spicy, and just rich enough to be decadent. I sometimes bulk it up by throwing in some cooked ramen or shirataki noodles -luverly...


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
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I found the vegan Mac and cheese once, bought a pile, and was happy forever- until I ran out and couldn't get more.

I'm a huge fan of the black bean and tofu burritos. But especially the black bean. I tried the shepherds pie once and was pleasantly surprised.

I found a couple teriyaki bowls on clearance today, so excited to try them.

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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Amy's Products
PostPosted: Wed Jan 08, 2014 11:45 pm 
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The scramble and the newish spaghetti and meatballs. I really wish the Mexican scramble was vegan.


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