When you get the wrap things or meltovers, it really helps to use a conventional oven instead of a nuker.
With the meltovers, I actually REMOVE the topping, toast the bread until it's non-soggy and crispier, then add the topping and finish heating.
With the wraps/quesadillas, I just bake or toast it altogether until it's browned, but not burned.
If you nuke them: nasty. Toasted: very nice.
I found the cous cous inedible. Bleh. And their alfredo sauce has absolutely no flavor. The eggplant parmesan didn't have a nice consistency.
But the mac n cheese and stuffed shells and ravioli were excellent.
I'm pretty much decided about canceling DTYD. They are terrific, pleasant, and I've found products through them that are really good--the muffins, bagels, cocoa, etc-- but I've reached my tolerance for chicken and may abstain for months. A simple bit of roast chicken from Pollo Tropical or Boston Market is so much better than ANY of their chicken dishes.
I hope you find a lot to enjoy in the DTG veggie menu.