Boucherie Offers Easy Access to “Balanced Meals” Right at Home

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NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Nathanial Zimet, Executive Chef of Boucherie, has announced he is partnering with Ochsner Eat Fit to provide menu items as part of the restaurant’s successful Balanced Meals program. Chef Zimet has crafted a menu that offers healthy, vibrant flavors and provides the convenience of delivery to your home on Mondays, or easy, curbside pick-up from the restaurant throughout the week. Ochsner Eat Fit, a non-profit program of Ochsner Health, works with local restaurants and chefs to offer nutritious, delicious meals for those who want to eat clean, watch their weight, and manage diabetes, blood pressure, and cholesterol. “I’m excited to offer these menu options on the Boucherie menu,” said Zimet. “We are committed to making it easier for our customers to bring healthy, delicious meals into their homes.” Order up to a week’s worth of meals to eat at home by visiting boucherie-nola.com/menu and calling: 504-862-5514

Chef Zimet’s Balanced Meals menu changes weekly and includes options such as chicken with roasted vegetable hummus and curry cauliflower, miso-glazed eggplant with soba noodles and tomato sauce, lemon pepper shrimp with ratatouille and rice grits, grilled pork loin with quinoa and roasted squash, and smoked tuna salad with market vegetables and pita chips.

Eat Fit items meet the nutrition guidelines of the Ochsner Eat Fit team, and are centered on lean proteins, vegetables, plant-based fats, and whole grains, with no white carbs, minimal added sugar and animal fats. Appetizers, soups, and side salads have less than 300 calories, less than 400 mg sodium, less than 5 grams animal saturated fat, 0 grams white refined carbs and trans fat, and less than 5 grams added sugar. Entrees and entrée salads have less than 600 calories, less than 800 mg sodium, less than 8 grams animal saturated fat, 0 grams white refined carbs and trans fat, less than 5 grams added sugar, and a minimum of 20 grams protein, fiber, and fat.

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