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This is not so good. Rated at only 2 forks, the pot pie says on the package that it has 30% less fat than their regular vegetable pot pie. That version has not yet been tested but this one is pretty bland. Just a little pinch of herb, any herb, might help the sauce.
The tofu that is there in place of the chicken has a mushy texture. The crust, while somewhat dry, does have a good whole wheat flavor to it. At 360 calories you would be better off eating two of the Amy's Shepherd's pie!
2 forks out of five.
Amy's Pot Pie