Heating + Storing
What's the best way to heat my meals?
Glad you asked. While each dish is fully cooked, how you heat them can impact the end results.
Here are some tips for making the most of your meals:
• The best way to heat roasted vegetables and meats/fish is in a 350-degree oven. Place your food in an oven-safe pan and heat for 8-12 minutes or until warmed through. Use aluminum foil, parchment paper or a silicone mat for easy clean up. (We do!)
• Heat soups or stews on the stove in a small pot. Add a few tablespoons of water. Recheck seasoning—you might be inclined to add more salt.
• Prepare pasta on the stove. Start by adding the sauce and a tablespoon of water to a sauté pan. Warm over medium heat until the sauce is just warm, then add pasta and mix until hot. Use any cheeses or seasonings at the end. Feel free to add a dash of olive oil or more salt.
• In general, it’s best to warm food slowly with gentle heat. Oven, air fryer and stove top will yield best results.
• You can also heat food in the microwave. Our containers are 100% BPA-free and microwave safe.
I ordered bagels and baked goods. How should I store them?
Pastries and bagels should be stored in an airtight container. They are best enjoyed within two to three days. Beyond that, bakery items can be stored in the fridge for up to a week. (Just pop them in the toaster to gently reheat.) Freezing the bagels works, too! We like to cut our bagels in half before we freeze them, so they can easily be thrown in the toaster.