Last August the university I am attending informed me that all students living in dorms are required to have a meal plan. I was reassured that my low protein foods would be provided. However, I originally told the head chef that would not be necessary, because I was planning on making due with the regular foods that I could eat (ie fruits, veggies, fries, veggie sandwiches, etc). This is what the other PKU girl that goes to school with me was doing as well. Plus the head chef does most of his shopping for dietary needs at Whole Foods. IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m sure we all know we can't get most low protein foods from stores such as Whole Foods. My plan worked for awhile, but the options of foods that I could eat in the dining hall got smaller and smaller as time went on. In another words, fruits and veggies were being replaced with junk food. By the end of the semester I was living off of fries and salads. LetÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s face it that is not a healthy diet for anyone. Luckily I am only fifteen minutes from home, so I brought low protein meals from home. Early January I decided to enlist the help of my mom, because there was no way I was going to pay $1,800 this semester for a meal plan if I was going to be eating fries and salads again. We made an appointment, and when we met with the head chef and the manager the head chef was extremely nice. He was ready to jump on Cambrookefoods.com right that minute to purchase my foods! BUT the manager was a different story. He basically demanded that we present him with a medical note before they even considered making any accommodations (which typical me I left on our kitchen counter). The next day I brought him the medical note and a menu of foods that I wanted like we had agreed, and he promised they would purchase my foods right away. A week later I contacted him to find out if my foods had arrived. Turns out they hadnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t even purchased them yet! He pretty much told me they were bargain shopping to see if they could find the foods cheaper at a local storeÃ¢â‚¬Â¦even though I told him that was not possible. Of course that only stressed me out even more, because I was worried that, for example, he would think Camburgers are the same as regular veggie burgers, which are just as high in protein as regular burgers. In the end my mom got in touch with the man above the head chef, manager, and two other guys that we spoke with. He agreed that my foods should have been purchased the day I brought my medical note, so I would be refunded my money. YAY! I usually don't rant, but today I just had to LOL! I am actually glad things turned out the way they did, because I would much rather deal with my diet on my own. I'm a big girl. I don't need my school checking up on me . ANYWAY, the point is I'm now in the process of purchasing foods, and I need suggestions. I am trying to get microwavable food. Storing is not an issue, because my roommate and I have two fridges (she is gluten intolerant, so we need the space). I am planning on getting Camburgers, hotdogs, pizzas, and ravioli. Are the Camburgers and pizzas microwavable, or will they turn out funky if I microwave them? Thanks guys!