Orange, carrot, apple and lemon juice.
A gluten-free muesli with coconut yoghurt
A nicoise salad with lemon dressing
Rice crackers and a spicy carrot dip
Oven baked ocean trout with field mushrooms and pea puree and asparagus and lemon caper dressing.
- It's not for everyone. The Weekly is a national magazine, and Eat Fit Food only delivers to the CBD in Sydney and Melbourne (and surrounding, mostly inner-city suburbs).
- It's fresh, delicious and healthy — but it's expensive. A 20-day overhaul (breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, for one person) costs $1340. If you had to times that by four, for Mum, Dad and the kids, you could hire a chef for the week, or even go to Byron Bay and eat organic there.
- There are a lot of plastic containers inside the cooler bags (one for breakfast, one for lunch, one for dinner, plus the drink bottles and the snack containers) and although they are recyclable, they make you feel guilty about the waste.
- One of the things that Eat Fit Food's customers rave about is not having to plan, shop and cook for a week. We probably didn't see the real benefit of that, because we have hungry teenagers. Our meals were being delivered, but the kids still had to be fed, so I'm not sure how well the programs work for families.