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Dr. Praeger's Sensible Foods Giveaway
Healthy, Meatless, Kosher


We often try to adopt a more healthful approach to the foods we eat, and the life we live. These choices are not always convenient, especially when living the kosher lifestyle. Fortunately, there is Dr. Praeger's.

The company, located in Elmwood, New Jersey, produces an assortment of healthful, all natural products including meatless burgers, chickenless patties, veggie burgers and vegetable pancakes --  and one of their newest products, a favorite of ours, lightly fried tilapia.

Dr. Praeger's frozen foods are all natural, low in cholesterol, and free of preservatives, artificial ingredients and saturated fats. They are certified OU parve and kosher, and are easy to prepare. Just pop into the oven or under the broiler and in minutes you have a healthy, guilt-free meal. Best of all, and at the top of our list, they are delicious!

For additional product information or where to purchase, please visit

Enjoy this recipe using Dr. Praeger's Fish Sticks:
Sushi Cake with Dr. Praeger's Fishsticks and Sriracha Mayonnaise

We thank Dr. Praeger's for partnering with us and offering 3 KosherEye readers 12 coupons each – each coupon is good for a free package of a Dr. Praeger's product. Coupons are valid through December 2014 for use in continental U.S. only.

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