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Send a Meal

reaching out during this crisis

Don't take a meal if you or anyone in your household is sick. Also, don't take a meal as soon as you feel better because you could still be contagious.

Wash your hands and counters thoroughly before preparing and delivering a meal. Soap and water is far superior to any other form of handwashing. I found this article about how to properly wash your hands super helpful!

Arrange to drop the meal off on the recipient's porch and send a quick text to say the meal is outside. Don't forget to consistently disinfect your phone either!

During the meal delivery, don't touch the door or family pet. The pet may have been comforting the sick owner before your arrival and you could pick up the virus on your hands. Don't take containers you want to be returned.

Send along drinks, tea, honey (not for infants), lemons, cough drops, household supplies, etc. to go with your meal. Don't send a meal with excessive sugar because it has been proven that sugar reduces our immune function. Instead, send along healthy proteins and soups made from bone broth. If you have an out of town friend or parent who could use a meal, we offer shipped, healthy meals. Click the button below to send a meal.

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