I'm looking for recommendations for the best/tastiest foods (frozen, packaged, prepared) from Trader Joe or Whole Foods that require minimal prep to prepare. I have a stove, oven and toaster oven, but no microwave (please don't suggest I buy or borrow one; can't happen right now.) I have no diet restrictions and will eat most things other than extra spicey. The big factor in all this is that they need to take minimal prep to prepare. I broke 2 fingers on my right/dominant hand (broken near where they attach to the hand), and am in a hand brace that can't get wet or get food on it (though I can put plastic bags over it.) So, to work with I have my fumbley left hand, working thumb and index finger on my right hand, and occasional use of a long hours working husband to open jars and cans for me if I plan ahead. Thanks for any help. I'm getting tired of takeout, plus it gets expensive for the month or so healing time.
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Amy's Frozen Vegetable Lasagna. Regular or even the lower sodium. We LOVE it. For some reason it has disappeared from our local supermarkets. Today I went to Whole Foods, ShopRite AND Stop and Shop. They only had the tofu version. It's also not available anymore online through Amazon. Does anyone know where we can get it or why it is so hard to find?
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