I don't really like labels when it comes to people, but on food they are really important. For us, the label is a critical way for us to communicate information about the product we lovingly made, and you are about to make a part of yourself... so, it's important.
Food labels are also notoriously confusing to read and understand, so we simplified our version to tell you exactly what you are getting in that little box/bowl of joy. We tell you the name of the product, the macros, the nutritional information, ingredients, and that's about it. Allergy information is also highlighted on the bottom of the label, if there is any. If it's vegan, gluten free, or anything else of note, you'll also find it down there.
So, how do we figure all this out? We use a program called Nutritics to analyze every recipe we make. The analysis they do is FDA compliant, so you know what is on the label is what is going into your body.
What's not on the label is cooking instructions. Why? Because everything we send to you is 100% edible as is. If you want to eat it cold... go for it. If you want to heat it up, throw the container in the microwave for a couple minutes, or until it's the temperature you want it. Personally, I like my stuff a bit on the 'not-so-hot' side, but we'll leave that up to you.