I still believe Angel Food Ministries is great for some people. But after picking up our box today, I can see it isn't going to serve our purposes.
There was a box of spaghetti and a can of spaghetti sauce; I make our sauce from scratch to avoid all the sodium, and I'm pretty sure mine would taste better than sauce from a can, although we'll use it.
There's the four-serving frozen lasagna, which is in my oven as I'm typing this. That isn't something I'd ordinarily buy at the store. Again, lots of sodium. If I want some good lasagna, I'll bribe my daughter into making me some. Although it won't be very good for us, but it WILL be good.
A pound of hamburger... we still have some of the steer, good old Meat Loaf, in hamburger form in the freezer.
A container of 2% milk. We have a Jersey cow that supplies our milk, unless I get lazy.
There's a small pork roast and four top sirloin steaks; Normally I only buy a roast when we're having company, and I almost never buy steak; but we'll use it. There's some chicken breast, which is something I do like to have around for stir-fry.
We'll use the three pounds of potatoes and the pound of carrots, as well as all the frozen vegetables that were included in the box. We like our veggies.
For someone who doesn't (or isn't able to) cook from scratch a lot, and isn't worried about sodium and cholesterol, I think the Angel Food ministries would work great.
For me and Cliff, not so much. There's too much overly-processed food for our tastes. But I would not have known if I hadn't tried it.