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FAQs

 

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How much does it cost to subscribe to No More ‘to go’?

No More ‘to go’ is a weekly meal planning service and offers various subscription term options. There are 4 levels ranging from $7 monthly to $64 yearly. The subscriptions are auto-renewing which means at the end of your subscription term, your credit card will be automatically rebilled for the following term. This automatic rebilling will occur unless you cancel before your next billing date. Our automated system allows you to cancel your renewal at anytime in your account by clicking here. Your cancellation must be done by you, the subscriber, and cannot be cancelled by sending an email request.

When will I get my weekly menu and grocery list each week?

Every Friday you will receive an email that the weekly menu and grocery list are available on the site. This email is sent before noon central time and contains links to the printable menu and grocery list, as well as, a link to the interactive grocery list. Click on the grocery list link to shop from your mobile devise. You can access your weekly menu and grocery list at ANY time by logging into the site.

When I join, will I have access to more than just the current weekly menu?

Yes! You will immediately have access to a month’s worth of weekly menus and grocery lists. Take your pick! Browse through the current week and at the bottom of the page click “Older Weeks”. And don’t worry about printing and saving for fear that your favorite recipe will rotate off the site. While you’re a member, you’ll never lose access to these menus. They WILL NOT ROTATE off the site. You will have access to what you paid for at all times. That’s only fair – right? Another way to access meals is to use the search function at the top of the Weekly Menu Page. It will take you directly to the recipes you are looking for. Enjoy!

How do I save the recipes before they are rotated off the site?

There is really no reason to print the recipes unless you want to make personal notes or you’re just used to cooking from a recipe card. No More ‘to go’ does not rotate menus off the site like other meal planning services. As a member, you will have access to the menus that you have paid for AND we’ll start your membership with a month’s worth of weekly menus. But if you still want to print the recipes and grocery list, you can. Just click on the ‘Download This Week’s Menu and Grocery List’ at the top of each Weekly Menu page for a printable version.

My membership is not auto-renewing. How do I renew before it expires?

The highest compliment we could ever receive is a member who wishes to renew their subscription! Thank you. Renewing is very simple. When you are logged in to the site, visit My Account. This is your membership profile. It will give you options to change your password, update your billing, and Renew Your Membership.

How do I cancel my account?

We are happy you decided to try No More ‘to go’ and hope that our service has been beneficial to you. If you’d like to cancel, simply click here. Your next renewal will be cancelled and your credit card will not be charged. You will continue to have access to your meal plan through the remainder of your current subscription. Please note that our system is automated and we cannot cancel your account by email. Please use the link for cancellation.

How do I change my password and user name?

Changing your password can be done a couple of different ways. If you are trying to log in and can’t remember your password, click on the link ‘forgot your password’ on the login screen. You will receive an auto generated email from the system with your user name and a link to reset your password. If you do not receive the email in your inbox immediately, check your spam folder. You can also reset your password within My Account. Unfortunately you can not change your user name. It is permanently linked to your account and cannot be changed.

I’m not getting the Friday weekly emails. Where do I add my email address?

The first thing to do is check your spam folder. If it’s not there, simply click here to add your email address.

How often do you rotate recipes?

No More ‘to go’ takes this one very seriously. The whole goal when subscribing to a menu planning service is to add variety and excitement back into the dinner experience. For this reason, you will not see repeat meals week to week. What you may see is a couple of favorite recipes that rotate in and out of the menus every 4 or 6 months. This is most often due to subscriber requests.

Are your meals kid friendly?

A lot of effort is put into bringing you recipes that are sophisticated enough to satisfy the adults in your household but adjustable enough to appeal to the simple tastes of your children. Keep in mind that every recipe on this site has been tested in my kitchen and fed to my family. So, if my 4 year old won’t eat it, I’ll let you know. And, I’ll tell you at which point in the recipe I pulled out that plain chicken breast for her as I continued to prepare the rest of the recipe for us. Now, if there is a recipe on the menu that you know is something your family just won’t eat, simply skip it. The grocery list will identify the recipes and can be easily adjusted. You can then scroll through ‘older recipes’ by clicking on the link at the bottom of the Weekly Menu to view other recipes that might be a better fit for your family.

Do you offer Vegetarian or Gluten Free Meal Plans?

Each weekly menu offers a variety of vegetables, grains, and proteins. Typically it features two chicken meals, one beef meal, one pork meal, and one seafood meal, utilizing a variety of different cuisines. That said, all recipes include substitutions for vegetarian and gluten free lifestyles. If you have not already, take a look at the sample menu for an example.

Do you provide nutritional information?

Yes!! While, it has always been my opinion that if you cook at home using primarily real ingredients instead of boxed, bagged, and prepared foods you pretty much don’t need to count calories; I realize that many families need nutritional content for health reasons. Therefore, beginning in January 2013, nutritional content can be found on the last page of each downloadable weekly menu.