The answer is Yes, but you might wanna make sure and wait for another member to confirm my answer as I am not sure. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can assist you better...
I am starting day 4 on MF, so am no expert! BUT! My first shipment came in with Chicken and Wild Rice and Chicken Noodle soups - love them both! I cook them on the stove with chicken broth and let it simmer for 20 minutes or so. One night I added some of my chicken breast from my L&G to the Chicken and Wild Rice soup and it was really yummy and filling..
There you have my three days worth of expertise! ;-).
I am looking forward to ordering some of the other soups...
I have a flag iPage website which has lots of modules installed and this one is wokring fine..
I have a glowsticks iPage website which has no modules installed and when I try to by something on there,I dont get a payment method option but it tells me that (this is the only method of payment for this item)..
This iPage site used to have them installed but since last friday theyve gone and I dont know how to get them back..
Both of the iPage site are pretty much the same on the payment screens regarding coding etc......
If you wud like the addresses to the working and non working sites and a test account name and password so that you understand me better then plz ask and I will provide...
Stay away from the cream of broccoli and cream of chicken. I like the chicken and wild rice and the beef stew. Have not tried the others...
Ive just gone to the code for the defective iPage site and ive found the payment modules in there. can this be sorted out that way? duz anyone know?..
I'm on day 2 so I'm no expert either, but I liked the chili. I did soak it all day before eating though so the beans would soften up. I added a couple drops of Frank's hot sauce, but only because I love the stuff...
No I'm still stuck on it!!!....PLEASE HELP ME SOMEONE.....
Add a boullion cube to the soup to GREATLY improve the flavor...
I have 2 sites on OSCOM and one of them works fine when you go to pay for something. But recently the other one had stopped showing what methods of payment are available and yet it's almost identical to the one thats working.....hope this makes sense..
Can anyone show or help me to get it back on so that I can get my sales back please? Ive called and emailed my merchant providers (protx) and they have advised me that the method of payment is not there issue here, they are only used to submit the transacation and not supprt how the transaction is paid for........
Could I possibly copy the code from the working iPage site to the non working one via dreamweaver?.
By the way when I go to my payment modules, the WORKING iPage site has lots of options for what I can use as my methods. and then at the bottom has a module directory. -.
However my NONWORKING iPage site has no options, just the directory-.
This doesnt make all that much sense to me because I have lost my web technician and I'm still learnin. PLEASE HELP..
My overall favorite is the Beef Stew. I also like the Cream of Tomato, Chicken and Wild Rice, and the Chili. I think the Chicken Noodle is the worst. But we all have different tastes, so you should try them all. You should be aware that you can order the soups (and anything other meal) by the individual packet, so you might want to order them that way for the ones you are curious about. Also, if you order a whole box and decide you don't like it, you can send back the remaining 6 packets for an exchange...
Have you got any payment modules installed in the payments module folder or have you activated them?.
Bouillon cubes or broth will add a lot of sodium (even low sodium versions), so if you are watching your sodium intake, be careful...
I just started but a couple of days I have added some diced tomatoes from my lean and green and that made them much better. I like the chicken and wild rice and the chili. Soak them for at least three hours. Good luck. I also hear your taste changes so anything you are not crazy about, come back to in a month or so..
I had trouble fixing the hot cocoa. Lots live it so what am I doing wrong?..
I'm on day 5. I really like the Chili, Vegetable Beef Stew and Chicken Noodle Soup. I do add the half-cube of bouillon when cooking and I let the soups SOAK a few hours before preparing..
Hope that helps!..
Beef stew makes me wanna puke..
The chili I hated the first month, but now love.
I'd say stick to chicken noodle or chicken and wild rice and add some better then boulion to it. YUM...
I eat the Chicken Noodle soup every single day. It's by far my favorite. My tricks to make it a real treat: I make it in the morning before I leave for work so it has plenty of time to soak, I add a cube of chicken boullion and, on the very toughest days, I crumble a pack of the veggie snack crackers in it and it becomes my Medifast comfort food...
I'm from Louisiana, so I like a LOT of flavor in my food. Also, I have a heart issue that requires that I NOT restrict my sodium intake. I like the chicken and wild rice and the chicken and noodle soups, as long as I add to them (boullion cubes work great). I have not particularly enjoyed the beef stew or the chili, but I'm still experimenting with what I can add to make them tastier..
On a side note, is there a swap/trade thread somewhere? This is my second week on MF, and I bought an entire month's worth of food, not all of which I like...I'd be thrilled if I could trade with others so we both got more of what we wanted and didn't waste the things we're not so fond of. Thoughts???.
I really like the chili and chicken and wild rice. For both I add a little bit of hot sauce and it's num yummy.
The cream of tomato and cream of chicken are ok, you have to blend them though cause they get really lumpy and gross otherwise. I liked them better as crackers than as soup...
I make the cream soups in to bread, rolls or pizza crusts..
For the chili and beef stew I let them soak for a few hours and I add a boullion cube and some tapatio..
I like the crab soup as is.
I just let it soak for a few hours..
I don't eat chicken so I have no advice for the yard bird soups...
Chicken noodle, cream of broccoli and cream of chicken are my favorites and all I order now..
* The chicken & wild rice was alright, but not as good as these three..
* The chili - I hated it then loved it then hated it again so didn't order a second time. I had one packet left my second month so had it and liked it, but not enough to order..
* Never tried the beef stew. Kinda scared it'd be like the chili..
* Maryland crab was disgusting. Hated every single packet..
* Cream of tomato wasn't the worst thing in the world, but it was harder than the other cream-ofs to smooth out and I couldn't stand it lumpy. Overall it was just very ketchup-y. Cream of broccoli isn't that bad lumpy. Cream of chicken is the easiest to get smooth...
I loved the Chicken noodle soup. My trick was to soak it, like others have said, and then to cook it down so it became thick. I ate it when it was truly soupy, but loved it when it was thicker. I would cook it for 1 1/2 minutes and take it out and scrape and stir, then cook for an addition 2-2 1/2 minutes in 45 second increments (depending on your microwave) taking it out and stirring and scraping then enjoying! Hope this help some!..
I like the chicken and wild rice and the chili. Easily for me the most palatable. But I do really love to make the chips out of the cream of broccoli soup if you've got a condiment or healthy fat available to spread on it. I was actually sad I didn't have more of the COB when I ran out and couldn't make the chips (and you can make the chips without any additions, just less water and a piece of parchment paper)...
I love the chicken noodle with lots of pepper and a few red pepper flakes. Love the stew, again lots of pepper. The rest of the soups are gross to me....I don't add bouillon, to much sodium.....
I like the soups.... my fav's have been cream of tomato, chili and beef stew... I add a pinch of Tony Chacherie's cajun seasoning... especially to the COT... I eat the beef stew, chili and/or COT every night when I'm working... and I don't find they have to soak for hours...
I don't like wild rice but the soup is actually good... not enough rice I guess to make it too ricey... I ordered the cream of chicked but haven't tried it... I'm afraid to, mostly cuz I HATED cream of chicken campbell's soup.... and in reality.. I bought the cream of chicken to use in recipes more than just eating....
IMHO all soups need more water than they call for. In most cases I at least double it. The tomato I sometimes add hot sauce or a Tb. of salsa. Dramatically improves the flavor. And I agree at least the beef stew, chili, chicken noodle and chicken rice need to be soaked for a while.
I also find that with the cream soups that I just like making them with very hot or boiling water. I think microwaving them does something to them which I simply do not like..
Cream of Chicken and Cream of Broccoli are my favs. Like Chili too, but make sure you soak them all.........hated the Chicken and Wild Rice. Chicken Noodle OK. Have not tried the others...
Chicken noodle every day ... made in the a.m. with about 1 tsp of low sodium Better than Bouillon added. I season with parsley flakes and ground pepper. YUM.
Also love the chili ... again made in the a.m. I add about 1 tsp of hot sauce...
I have been using the following instant powdered chicken bouillon, it is called VOGUE Low Sodium Chicken Base. I got it at Whole foods:.
Calories from Fat 4.
Total Fat 0g 1%.
Saturated Fat 0g 0%.
Trans Fat 0g.
Cholesterol 0mg 0%.
Sodium 216mg 9%.
Carbohydrate 2g 1%.
Dietary Fiber 0g 0%.
Protein 1g 2%.
Vitamin A 0%.
Vitamin C 0%.
I add 3/4 cup water to a mug with the bouillon, heat then add my (already soaked for many hours) Chicken Noodle soup, heat again and mix. Nice and makes about 16-20 oz of soup..
You'll never find consensus, and even if you did, you might find you don't agree! Fortunately, you can order samples so you aren't committed to a whole box...
I love the chicken n wild rice, creamy chicken, chicken noodle, hateeeee the chili n the crab soup. and yes the boullion makes it great..