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What TO Expect

    When your Eatology order ships, you will receive an email from Eatology with a confirmation code and tracking number. This will help you know when to expect your package. Dry ice/coolers will keep food frozen for approximately 3-4 days (depending on location) if weather conditions are not extreme.  If you receive a shipment with no dry-ice or warm food, contact Eatology immediately at (657) 777-2536. If possible, take a few pictures of the cooler and contents.

    Once your package arrives, unpack the meals in a well ventilated area to help vent the dry ice vapors used in our coolers. *Use caution when handling dry ice and avoid inhaling the fumes. Dry ice is natural and does not damage food quality or safety.

    Store the meals in a freezer. For the best results, transfer into a refrigerator to thaw before heating (most people take out several meals each evening and thaw them over night). This is not a mandatory step, but greatly cuts down the heating time when thawed.

     

    Fedex Delivery Schedule

    We try our best to get orders out as fast as possible! However, please note that your order may not be shipped on the same day that you order it depending on the Fedex shipping schedule (map shown below).  If an order is placed that will not deliver BEFORE OR ON Saturday of the same week, the order will be shipped on that following Monday. If an order is placed on a Saturday/Sunday, orders will be shipped out that following Monday. No orders are shipped out on weekends. If you are expecting a shipment and haven't received it, please reference your tracking number, contact your local FedEx, or contact us! 

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           How To Heat n Eat

    It only takes a few minutes to prepare your Eatology meals! Heat and eat anywhere...at home, in the office, and even on the road at a gas station's microwave!

    We always recommend thawing your meals overnight. It helps reduce water and heating time, while improving the food quality, However, you can heat them from a frozen state. 

     

    Microwave Friendly / Oven Ready Containers

    Microwave:  Remove both lids from the microwave-friendly aluminum container. Place the container in the middle of the microwave without a cover. **Remove both lids before microwaving** 

    • Thawed: Heat 2-3 minutes (defrost mode for best results). Stir. Heat as needed.
    • Frozen: Heat 6-8 minutes (defrost mode for best results). Stir. Heat 8-10 minutes as needed.

    Oven:  Place the container in the middle of the oven with lid intact but vented at corners. Bake at 350F.

    • Thawed: Heat 15-20 minutes. Stir. Heat as needed.
    • Frozen: Heat for 45 minutes. Stir. Heat as needed.

     

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