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Sun Basket Review
Thanks to a promotion from Sun basket and Bridget over at; Broke But Bougie: brokebutbougie.com we got a chance to try the Organic meal delivery company Sun Basket, and even though I was provided with a box of Sun Basket, all opinions expressed are my own I was excited to learn that there was finally a “West Coast” meal delivery, and now there is Sun Basket. Sun Basket currently deliveries to CA, OR, WA, CO, NV, UT, AZ and ID. Sun Basket Currently offers it’s 3 meal a week plans for 2, 4 or 6 people. With new recipes each week you can choose your own meals or select the Chefs Choice, Vegetarian, Gluten Free or Paleo-friendly plan. Things that really standout for me, as can be seen in the pictures, is that your Sun Basket is well packed, produce, meats, and herbs are truly fresh. Sun Basket also has a recycling program, which in itself is impressive, so you don’t get stuck each week with a ton of packing material. Recipe cards are easy to understand, and meals were ready in 20-30 mins! For our Sun Basket we received; Roasted Chicken with Wild Arugula, Goat Cheese and Strawberries, which was a huge hit, and a great summer meal. The flavors in this meal, all played off each other very well and the touch of fresh Mint in the salad, with the Balsamic brought all the flavors together, did I mention it was really yummy? Our next meal was the Baked Shrimp Piccata with Romano Bean and Tomato Salad. This meal was a nice flavorful rustic meal that screamed to be served with fresh hot French bread to soak up that lemony garlicy goodness that is left on your plate, we also enjoyed it with a glass of Pinot Grigio Our last meal was the White Bean and Ricotta Flatbread. This meal however was met with mixed reviews, but not at all because of the flavors or toppings, which those were tasty, and unique. The only con so to speak we had with the White Bean and Ricotta Flatbread, were the Lavash that is used as the “Flatbread” though we do like Lavash, this seemed a bit out of place here as it was almost too thin and translated to more of an appetizer than an actual meal. Overall I do think Sun Basket is a heavy contender in the subscription meal service arena, it offers, tasty meals, and seem to be making a great effort to offer quality, Organic ingredients, plus I love their efforts to be green and encourage its customers to be green with their packing recycling program. If your thinking of trying Sun Basket for yourself, Sun Basket is offering my readers $20.00 off your First Sun Basket Delivery with this link: http://www.sunbasket.com/home?offer=MISSY This post does contain a referral link.