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7 Responses so far.

  1. Patty White says:

    What a wonderful site!! And I love that they have slow cooker recipes too!!

  2. amanda whitley says:

    i need something like this. i have a hard time keeping organized and planning my dinners.

  3. Michelle F. says:

    I could definitely use this service.

  4. Richard Hicks says:

    I like this. Seems to me that it would free up some time for us having a planning service

  5. Emily says:

    I’m a new customer to emeals and pretty disappointed to say the least. Mostly for 2 reasons now… 1) First thing I was disappointed in was the layout/style of the recipe PDFs. They come as 3 recipes per page, I think it would be more convenient/add value/feel-like-I-am-getting-my-monies-worth if they would designate 1 pdf page per recipe and make it pretty. Make it look like a recipe card, so I can print and add to my recipe collection. 2) LET ME VIEW MORE THAN 1 “TYPE” OF RECIPE PLAN PER WEEK. Here I am, Day 1, Hour 1, and I am switching my plan 5 times in one day in an attempt to download the past 2 weeks worth of recipes in categories I like (gourmet, classic, crockpot, healthy, vegetarian, etc.) and then it told me I can’t switch it again for another month. So now I’m stuck on “vegetarian something” because it was the last thing I picked before I guess I used up all my swaps and its not even something I really like. I just figured, heck why not download the recipes, maybe try them later. Now I’m stuck for the next month with only vegetarian recipes. WTF? I would NEVER pay $60 or $100 a year for this service. AllRecipes is WAAAAY better. and cheaper. It’s not like emeals is “customizing” the recipes they are sending me to my tastes or anything. All emeals is, is literally an over-priced email of 6 recipes, sent to you each week that you have no input over, other than to say “I want ‘Crockpot’ recipes this week instead of ‘Classic’ recipes.” (and better only do this 1 per week or you too will get stuck). Seriously, you might as well google 6 recipes each week and save the $60. This is so not worth the cost.

  6. Heather says:

    Thanks so much for your feedback. I work at eMeals and wanted to make sure to address your concerns. Have you tried our companion app? That may make it simpler for you to not have to deal with all the paper. eMeals’ customer support is very receptive to feedback and I’m sure they’d be happy to help you pick the perfect plan for you. In fact, they change new
    members’ plans as often as needed to make sure they get you in the correct one. You can email them at [email protected] if you would like. I appreciate your time and the comment. Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Erica says:

    Emily’s review is either computer generated or some angry person who copied and pasted that same review, word for word, on as many sites as possible. I’ve seen it three other places…..this makes four. The one page for all recipes make it very easy to keep up with and cheaper to print. Also, it states on the page the limit of how many times you can switch menu styles. It only lets you do it once so I don’t quite understand how she switched it 5 times.