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    Does anyone know if the Amy's brand Light and Lean dinners have any downsides? I'v been curious because they are easy to make when you don't have a lot of time and as far as I can tell are nutritious. Does anyone know the scoop?

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    Are there any that are grain free? I doubt few if any, so I would say while they may be organic, probably not primal.

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    I agree with Jena. Organic =/= healthy.

    If I grow and process sugar using all certified organic methods, in the end, it is still sugar.

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    There are grain-free ones! Polenta with Swiss chard is grain free

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    Good point! But it isn't very high In sugar

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    Polenta is made from corn.
    Corn is a grain.
    Polenta =/= grain free.

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    Is Corn really a grain? I thought it was a veggie

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    I didn't think about it that way. I suppose corn is a grain. I am new to this website so feel free to correct me

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    Not only is corn a grain, but more than 85% of the corn grown in the U.S. is genetically modified. As a food, corn in this country isn't fit for consumption by anyone except a Monsanto or FDA executive.

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    Where do you suggest I buy corn considering that?

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