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Emily Moore

E. G. Moore is a freelancer and ghostwriter specializing in the health and wellness niche. She’s been featured on xojane.com, and her essay Wearing Teresa’s Boots is scheduled to be published in Hope Paige’s Anthology on Loss in 2015. Please check out her website: www.emilygmoorewriter.blogspot.com.

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17 Comments

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    monique

    I have been avoiding Meat, poultry, seafood, or vegetables that are breaded, floured, served with a sauce made from wheat, or marinated in a wheat-based sauce such as soy or teriyaki. I really miss those foods. They were my favorite. However, I hope I win so I can try your meals. I like that your ingredients are fresh and flavorful. I also love that I can actually pronounce the ingredients!

    I volunteer with my husband and kids at homless shelters. The one thing I support is a company that is willing to give back. It is very refreshing to hear that Cook Simple Meals is willing to give 10% of THEIR profits to Feed My Starving Children.

    I’m really hope for the chance to try your products. I hope I win. I would thoroughly enjoy feeding my family healthy, good tasting meals.

    Thank you for doing this giveaway and making so many people aware of a company that is giving back to communities AND making healthy meals for families to enjoy.

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      Emily Moore

      I agree! When I read that they gave so much back, I knew I had to interview them. And they were just as generous with us. Best of luck with the contest!

      Reply
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    HealthyOne

    This looks really interesting. As one that is trying to make a ‘lifestyle’ change and wants to live healthier instead of just following the latest diet fad this looks like great stuff. Would love to win this!

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    Philisha

    Omg, this post is so awesome!

    This is so convenient, especially in today’s society where people are busy, busy, busy, I dont have the necessary time to cook a full course meal, and here comes along a quick alternative meal that can be ready within a few minutes. I’m excited to tried this Food line products.

    Thanks for posting this info.

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    Anamarie

    I’m excited to try a new product that has premium ingredients and is GF!

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      Emily Moore

      We’re excited to get your feedback!

      Reply
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    Rachel

    This seems so simple and yummy 🙂

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    Haleigh adams

    I would love to try these foods! My husband can’t have gluten, dairy, eggs, chicken and a few other things. Which makes it kind of overwhelming to cook! Especially right now, we just had a baby 8 weeks ago and she is sensitive to dairy and wheat. So I’m having to avoid those also while breastfeeding. This mama is tired and overwhelmed! This would be nice to have some simple meals that my whole family can eat!

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      Emily Moore

      That is a lot of restrictions to deal with. I hope you get some much needed rest soon. Best of luck with the contest!

      Reply
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    Suzanne

    I’m new to being gluten free. I was just diagnosed after a rather severe reaction that had me thinking I had a really bad case of a gastro flu. So I’m still learning. I read ingredients diligently now and am shocked at where gluten is used. If I had to say I miss anything at all it has to be sharing Everything bagels or oatmeal with my grandson or even things like after playtime sitting down together to share some Goldfish crackers. Oh, and toast or sandwiches. I live in a small rural town where they don’t have much in the way of foods or groceries for special diets. Starting a whole new diet so suddenly, trying to find replacements for things I suddenly no longer can have is tedious and expensive. Some of the things I’ve tried I did not like the taste at all. But I’m open to trying things and if I like it I definitely would want to get more of it. Thank you for creating something that uses fresh ingredients, cares about special diets and knows that it doesn’t have to taste like a punishment just because you can’t eat what everyone else does.

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      Emily Moore

      I’ve heard that small towns’ limited options do make it hard to change diets. There are a lot of great companies that you can order from. We’ve featured a couple on here. Cooksimple is a great example. I’m glad we could bring them to the forefront for you.

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    Joyce Johnson

    I would love to try these. I have been GF for several years. Sounds great. Thanks for the contest.

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      Emily Moore

      Thank you for being a reader and participating!

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    patricia

    My husband is celiac and I have been grain free for about 5 months now., I am also pretty much sugar free as my husband is also diabetic. It has challenges but we are learning.
    Would love to try this meals. thank you for the contest.

    Reply

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