How much do Edible Independence Dinners cost?
We deliver seven frozen dinners for $55. There is no obligation most customers call not every week, but every couple of weeks as they need more easy to heat and eat dinners.
How are Edible Independence dinners made?
The chefs of Mountain Valley Manor make dinners daily for the residents and guests of the 53 bed adult residence. The same delicious and nutritious dinners prepared for residents at Mountain Valley Manor are placed on trays and flash frozen, to ensure freshness and flavor. The food is tasty and nutritious, the same dinners enjoyed by our residents. For Edible Independence, we simply make more dinners and freeze some for our customers in their homes.
How are Edible Independence dinners delivered?
When you call, we agree on a time and place to bring your dinners. We deliver. That’s it. No obligation, nothing to sign. When you need more dinners, call us again. We deliver.
Any Conditions on Who Can Buy Edible Independence Dinners?
Anyone can buy our dinners. Busy professionals, caregivers,, seniors, students. All share a need for healthy food at an affordable price that is easy to prepare. We deliver.
Does Edible Independence accept SNAP?
Yes, we are registered with the USDA to accept public payments for food assistance.
Do you have a choice to buy more than seven meals at a time?
Yes. We have options for frozen dinners that are delivered upon request in batches of 7 for $55, or a month for $175.
What is the best way to enjoy Edible Independence dinners?
There’s a number of easy ways. The meals are already completely cooked, so all they need is heating and eating.
For best results we recommend you remove the frozen dinner from your freezer several hours before use and allow it to thaw in refrigerator, then transfer the dinner to heating pan and heat in conventional oven till its warm enough all through it for total enjoyment.
Microwave ovens also work well, but a microwave oven heats dinners at different rates if meals are thawed or frozen. The best results from using a microwave are easier to attain when our dinners are thawed before heating, since this requires less time for the oven to evenly heat the various dinner ingredients.
Whether Meal is Thawed or Frozen–slice small hole in plastic wrap and set meal in microwave.
For Thawed Meals-Set oven to Medium or High and set time for 2-4 minutes, depending on microwave strength. Remove meal from oven and use scissors to cut seam of covering open and pull tray free. Test for temperature. You can use a food thermometer or just carefully feel meal. If not ready, slide dinner back into wrapping and heat till desired warmth is attained.
When food is well heated, transfer meal to a plate for best flavor, to allow for mixing of juices meats or sauces for vegetables and other foods.
If Meal is Frozen- follow the above procedure, but allow 5-10 minutes for heating, depending on microwave strength. Remove meal and test as above.
Do we have to sign any contract?
No. EI delivers on a weekly basis to anyone who needs our meals, call us and we deliver. Discounts are available for customers who buy 4 weeks at a time, but that is NOT required.
Enjoy Your Dinner from Edible Independence