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When you want to enjoy a meal from one of America’s leading culinary geniuses, you typically have to pay a pretty penny for every last crumb. Well, good news, foodies: A newly launched meal-subscription service is all about being high class, low cost (and super healthy).

While most delivery services require you to take everything out of a box and prepare it yourself, that’s not the case with RealEats. All-star cooks—even Top Chef‘s Dale Talde—are collaborating with culinary director Katy Sparks to create fresh, never-processed meals that are vacuum-sealed inside recyclable pouches, and shipped straight to your door.

Oh, and the best part? All you need to do is place the chef-prepared meal (which stays fresh in the fridge for seven days) into a pot of boiling water, and it will be ready in six minutes.

“We’re able to give our customers back 60 minutes a day by providing them with meals that are ready in minutes, with no compromises. There’s no prep, no cleaning up, no junk—just real food, made simple.” —RealEats founder Dan Wise.

“RealEats solves the common dilemma of trading off good health and taste for a quick fix,” said CEO and founder Dan Wise in a press release. “We’re able to give our customers back 60 minutes a day by providing them with meals that are ready in minutes, with no compromises. There’s no prep, no cleaning up, no junk—just real food, made simple.” (So, uh, what’ll you do with all your free meal-prep time? A DYI mask? Some oil pulling?)

RealEats currently offers plans ranging from 4 to 12 meals per week, including three new signature chef dishes. While the service is currently only available in select states, the company reports plans to expand in the future so you can get freshly made, healthy, and ridiculously quick meals whenever, wherever.

This delivery service lets you get farmers’ market goodies delivered straight to your door. Also, here’s what you should know about the first vegan food subscription box.

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