Vegan Meal Delivery Gluten Free


delicious plant-based nourishment | happier, healthier, one bite at a time

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compostable containers are oven safe! (remove plastic seal)

heat for ~12 minutes at 375º F convection

*different ovens behave differently - time and temperature may vary


(Best option for soups and stews)
fill sauté pan with 2 to 3 Tbsp water. bring to a boil & lower heat

dish out food into sauté pan, cover & simmer for 5 minutes

use this procedure with moist foods only

dish out food onto plate & place in large bamboo steamer. place steamer over pan filled with 2 inches water. cover and steam for 5 minutes or until heated through.



what is Foodflo?

we are Los Angeles’ premiere chef-driven, gourmet, vegan, gluten-free meal delivery service. all meals are made using Kangen alkaline water, the freshest ingredients and high-quality vegan proteins. we don’t try to fill you up with pasta and rice! we give you all the benefits of eating healthy meals, without cooking or shopping.

when is the menu posted for the next week?

every Monday – please register and subscribe to our email list to receive our weekly menu, blog and recipes!

when will I receive my meals?

• Los Angeles County & Orange County: meals are hand delivered on Sunday evenings. requested delivery times cannot be guaranteed. no P.O. Boxes or “hold for pickup”.
• non-local deliveries are delivered on Tuesdays via an overnight carrier. please be sure to open your package and refrigerate your food when it arrives.

when is the deadline for same-week delivery?

6pm on Saturday is the deadline for guaranteed LA & OC (Sunday delivery). orders placed after this deadline are subject to availability & may be delivered the following week.

where do you deliver?

we serve the majority of Los Angeles County & Orange County. Local delivery within LA County and Orange County is on Sundays from 6pm. Requested delivery times can not be guaranteed.we also ship overnight to metropolitan cities in CA, AZ & NV - contact us to see if we can serve your zip code LOCAL DELIVERY - LA & OC

can I pick up my meals?

no - we deliver them to you!

what do I do with my cooler bag and ice packs?

cooler bags will be exchanged with each week’s delivery. to preserve our cooler bags, please discard the ice packs upon arrival or freeze for your own re-use. remove any moisture in the bag and leave open until fully dry. the night before your next delivery, place your cooler bag in your delivery location so that our driver can collect it to be sanitized for re-use.
we charge $15 for your first cooler bag - if you decide not to reorder, simply keep the bag. we do not provide refunds for cooler bags.

what do I do with the containers? are they recyclable?

our entrée containers are backyard compostable and can go in your green bin

we encourage you to reuse the plastic containers or recycle them in your blue bin

what if I have allergies?

we try our best to accommodate any serious food allergies with the exception of nuts and cooked onion or garlic. if you are allergic to an item on an upcoming menu, we are happy to make substitutions. please contact us BEFORE ordering to ensure that we can accommodate your needs.

will I have enough food?

our packages come in a variety of sizes that serve 6 - 18+ meals each week's delivery consisting of the following:

• one type of soup (2-3 servings)
• two different side salads (2-3 servings in each 12-ounce container)
• three different entrées (1-2 servings each)
• three different side dishes (1-2 servings each) • optional snacks, breakfast, drinks & desserts from our add-on menu

many clients bring our entrées to work or serve them up alongside other meal items at home. you can also add extra entrées, soups, salads, snacks, and desserts to your order. we can create a custom meal plan for you if our packages don't fit your needs.

can I freeze my meals?

absolutely! when you are ready to eat, simply remove the contents from the container and heat slowly in a pan on the stove top, or reheat in a microwave. please refer to our reheating instructions for more info.

what is the nutritional content of Foodflo meals?

1. CALORIES • entrées (main & side dish) contain between 500-700 calories depending on the entrée. each entrée makes between 1 and 2 servings.
• FloBar snacks are between 250 and 300 calories each.
• salads: raw salads are less than 150 calories per serving. legume-type salads are between 200-250 calories per serving. each container holds two servings of salad.
• desserts are around 200 calories per serving, at two servings per container. our recipes are constantly evolving, therefore, we cannot give exact nutrition facts on all of our dishes. 2. PROTEIN & FIBER
there are between 15 to 25 grams of protein per entree, depending on the dish. There are at least 15 grams of fiber per entrée or more, depending on the dish. 3. ALKALIZER taken in the morning, the alkaline drink will help activate digestive enzymes, break down mucus, and curb cravings for sugar and sweets. It also alkalizes the system and helps with liver, kidney, and digestive detoxification. each 16-ounce container gives you enough for four (4-ounce) servings. you can drink it in the morning and anytime during the day. three servings a day would help curb food cravings (for weight loss) and detoxify. drink it between meals to keep your blood sugar stable.there is around 25 grams of sucrose in the whole container of alkalizer drink in the form of maple syrup. the drink is concentrated, so it is best to add an equal amount of water before drinking.

is there a minimum order? what about shipping?

there is no minimum! we have a flat rate for handling and delivery to our local areas of Los Angeles and Orange County. customers outside of this range receive their meals on Tuesday via an overnight delivery service.

why eat an alkaline diet?

A: Eating an alkaline diet and drinking alkaline water promotes reduction in the body’s acidity levels. Raw alkaline foods help cleanse the body and are needed to help prevent body toxicity. There is significant scientific evidence that cancer cells do not thrive in an alkaline body and that cancer cells shrink when exposed to alkaline body fluids. A diet high in alkaline foods could also be labeled as “anti-aging” because it increases your intake of antioxidants.

Constant consumption of highly acidic food takes a toll on the kidneys, which need to regulate our pH for us. These highly acid-forming items – including meat, dairy, cheeses, and refined sugar, as well as nicotine and caffeine – stress the kidneys. Eating alkaline foods can be crucial to preventing diabetes and heart disease.
One very helpful website for clarity on how alkaline foods help us are the pH Miracle Diet websites:


Raw fruits & vegetables and their juices, fresh air, and sunlight carry a negative electrical charge, as do alkaline foods. These alkaline foods magnetically attach to acidic wastes and pull them into eliminative channels for release. Many health complaints can be attributed to excess acidity in the body, which can cause stress, anxiety, weak nails, dry hair, dry skin, nasal congestion, frequent colds and infections, headaches, muscle pain, arthritis, hives, and leg cramps.

Research suggests that your health depends on the balance of an alkaline environment, created by eating foods such as tomatoes, avocados and green vegetables, striking the optimum 80/20 balance, and regulating your body’s acid/alkaline chemistry. Through simple dietary changes, one can see results in weight loss, increased stamina and strength, a stronger immune system, and a greater sense of well-being.

which foods are alkaline?

A: Eating an abundance of nutrient-dense alkaline foods such as green, leafy veggies and dark blue or purple berries can slow aging. Concentrate on low-sugar foods, fresh alkaline vegetables, nuts, seeds, salads, and water-rich foods.

Extremely Alkaline-Forming Foods – pH 8.5 to 9.0
Lemons, watermelon, agar agar, cantaloupe, cayenne pepper, dried dates, figs, kelp, limes, melons, papaya, parsley, seaweeds, mango, grapes, watercress, asparagus, kiwifruit, fruit juices, passion fruit, pears, pineapple, raisins, umeboshi plums, vegetable juices

Moderately Alkaline-Forming Foods – pH 7.5 to 8.5 Apples, apricots, alfalfa sprouts, arrowroot, flour, avocados, bananas, berries, carrots, celery, currants, grapefruits, guavas, herbs (leafy green), nectarine, peaches, pears, peas, persimmon, pumpkin, spinach. bamboo shoots, beans, beets, bell pepper, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, carob, daikon, ginger, grape, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, okra, oranges, parsnip, peaches, peas, potatoes and skin, raspberry, sapote, strawberry, squash, sweet corn, tamari, turnip, apple cider vinegar.

Slightly Alkaline-Forming Foods – pH 7.0 to 7.5
Almonds, artichokes, barley-malt, brown rice syrup, brussel sprouts, cherries, coconut, cucumbers, eggplant, raw honey, leeks, miso, mushrooms, ripe olives, onions, pickles, radish, sea salt, spices, taro, tomatoes, vinegar, water chestnut, amaranth, artichoke, chestnuts, raw goat’s milk, olive oil, millet, sesame seeds, soy beans, soy cheese, soy milk, sprouted grains, tempeh, tofu, tomatoes, yeast

which foods are acid-forming?

A: Sugar, sweets, alcohol, trans fats, meats, dairy, pizza, cola, biscuits, chips, white breads & pastas, refined foods, and processed foods – processed food drains your life force, killing the vital enzymes needed for your body to function optimally. Enzymes are the life force of all people and can be found in raw plant foods. If we do not eat enough enzymes, they must be taken from our bodies’ own dwindling enzyme reserves. Over time, the body’s enzyme reserves are depleted and the immune system becomes weak and acidic, in turn leading to diseases such as cancer, diabetes, arthritis, and most non-genetic diseases known to man.

why gluten-free?

A: Gluten has a irritating and negative effect on your health on many levels. It is linked to Alzheimer’s, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and celiac disease. Gluten also leads to poor assimilation of nutrients, since the intestinal tract does not properly absorb nutrients when irritated. For further information, please check the following websites: and

define "raw" for me - I see it all the time at health stores?

A: We call food raw if it is:
• Uncooked: never heated above 42º C / 118º F AND
• Unprocessed: as fresh or close to the earth as possible AND
• Organic: no irradiation, preservatives, pesticides or GMO

what should I eat, then?

A: Eat lots of vegetables, especially green leafy veggies; both green leafy vegetables and non-leafy vegetables contain a variety of nutrients compared to their calorie content. Most are alkaline. Eating a diet high in these foods can help deter diabetes and heart disease.

Replace simple sugars and flours with as much veggies and fruit as possible – sugars and flours generally contain very little nutrition. Eating starches and sugars can keep your blood sugar levels elevated all day, which can lead to diabetes.

Protein is required for your daily nutrition. Vegetable proteins can be balanced by combining different foods; combining legumes or beans with grains will yield a balanced protein, and rice protein can complement the proteins in vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower & spinach.

Eat monounsaturated fats, avoid saturated fats, and don’t avoid omega-3 fatty acids; plant foods that contain monounsaturated fats include olive oil, almonds & avocados. A fair amount of fat should be in the form of omega-3 fatty acids, which are found in mackerel, salmon & flaxseed oil.

do you use alkaline water?

A: All FoodFlo meals are made with Kangen Alkaline Water. The cells in our body need to stay at their natural alkaline balance for optimal health.
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