I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an useful answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..
Good tips. Tofu is a great idea. Haven't heard much about it here. I use to cook with it (on one of my diets). It is great because it picks up the flavor of whatever you are cooking with. Thanks!..
I just realized the recipe link I gave you has an extra step.. use this one, less steps, no frying..
Practice is different, but I was advised to not rely on tofu too much as it is one of the foods that can slide through the pouch..
Take good care,.
THANKS for the info... Tofu is my go to Medifast food like greek yogurt. I don't fry it, just cube it up and simmer it up with whatever sauce I'm using. I agree, it's kinda a slider Medifast food however, I've been struggling from day one so somedays I just need something quick, easy and easy on the pouchy :).
Have a good one!.
It is soooo good to see you posting about eating Medifast food again!!..
I found a spaghetti sauce that I put over frozen meatballs that is really great and low in calories and sugar. It is by Classico. It is with all the other ones like Ragu, etc. It even has less sugar than Ragu's Lite sauce! I think it is only 50 calories per serving. I get frozen meatballs at Walmart that have 13 grams of protein. They are small but I can still only eat about 4 with sauce, but muy flavorful! I sprinkle a little parmesan on top too...
Sounds yummy! I might have to give that a try! I get stuck on the same old stuff day after day!.