Sorry if this has been posted and covered else where, I have been looking through the threads and not finding my particular questions.
I see that most of the delivery programs are either fresh or frozen foods. I am thinking about starting a delivery based diet, either fresh or frozen depending on costs, if I like the food, etc. I doubt that I would do programs where the food is mostly powdered and has to be blended or reconstituted. So how much room does this take up in your fridge or freezer? My husband and I do weekly grocery shopping and a week's worth of food for two fills up our tiny little fridge and freezer. If I did a frozen meal service and ordered monthly, would I have to get a chest freezer? Not that I am opposed, but I would have to figure that into the expense of starting.
I like the idea of treating food as a prescription almost. Here is your allotted amount, now eat it. I don't give much thought to food preparation and consumption, so doing this would probably work well for me. I was thinking about starting with nutrisystem, and maybe going to a more expensive service if I don't like their food. The fresh prepared meal services here in seattle are spendy! I saw on QVC, that they do a monthly package for $240, with free shipping for auto shipment. That seems very reasonable to me, is it more or less ordering from NS? Just gotta get that damn freezer!