amy's and kashi foods seem to be my go-to for product reviews, and i'll tell you why: the frozen meals are usually found on sale at kroger's, and since i don't get care packages from companies that are seeking reviews, i don't want to spend a whole lotta green to review a noshable.
this was a nice filling meal, but the spice could be amped because i'm a heat ho. i don't want my mouth to burn, but i want something more than a mild spice, especially if it is a mexican influenced meal. i'm very happy amy's has gone to the trouble to add more vegan options to their product line, and encourage them to continue to offer such items to their customers. hey amy's, how about a line of desserts?
so--keep your hot sauce and a lime wedge handy, because that would make dish much better. i give this one turntable, one microphone--which is a reasonable rating.
now for my "close but no call" review: kind plus antioxidants cranberry and almond bar. looks healthy, almost made the vegan pass, but it has honey! why-oh-why do these food in bar form companies taunt us with almost vegan eats? this bar would be just fine with any number of sweeteners instead of the aforementioned honey. they should call the bar "almost kind". pthhhh!