Of course! but you might want to make sure and wait for another person here to confirm my answer as I am unsure. Better yet, why don't you email the Nutrisystem guys because they can answer you better...
Mike, place the back side against your gut and peel towards your body. The other thing I do is peel it back before it gets hot and thus thin!..
Thanks - I really like it, especially now that I have found the exact foods I like. If you eat all your food, including your carbs, veggies and fruits, spread through the day, you won't be starving. Rarely even hungry..
NS is the only way to get a good balanced diet with a hectic and ever changing schedule. The fact that the entrees don't have to be refrigerated is a huge help and just increases your flexibility..
Best of luck to you!..
Robert, I'll give that a try..
Might have to start packing a bib too...
Yeah you gotta open it a little before heating up, or cut some slits in it. With the chicken pasta parm I find that I have to cut several slits or the glue around the edges won't heat up enough to tear off and then it gets real messy...
Hi Mike - I was wonderin where you been....
Slow and steady is my method..
The first can I opened was at work and yep - the red sauce flipped all over..
On the cans - ya gotta work the lid back and forth a couple times to break it free..
It's rocket science...
You would think in the 21st century we could come up with a can that opens without exploding all over. Or taking half the sauce with it when you take it off..
Secret to the lunch and dinner tins: shake 'em before you pop the top so the juices are uniformly mixed, and (as M_M_G said) rock the lid back and forth a couple of times when it's almost all the way off..
2/19: 241.8 (start).
9/23: 174.2 (Goal met!).
Its funny, I was so used to bring frozen items to work that the first few times I heated up Nutrisystem food it was at high for 3 minutes. The explosions going on in the micro darn near cleared out the lounge, not to talk about the mess..
And to fix the splattering problem I throw a towel over the top during heating and opening...