Sunday, September 28, 2014

Love With Food (September 2014)

Love With Food helps you discover new organic or all-natural snacks delivered to your door every month.  This subscription membership starts as low as $10 per month.  Each month you will receive a curated box of unique, hard-to-find tasty snacks which varies based on season themes.  For every box sold, they donate a meal to several food banks such as the Feeding America Network and Share Our Strength - No Kid Hungry.

Each month your Love With Food box will include a card detailing all of the products that have been chosen.  This month, they included a whole brochure.  However, I was not nearly as impressed with this box as I was with the last one I received.
Rich Chocolate Cookie Thins by Mandy's (0.53oz) - Sugar and spice and everything nice is packaged in these addictive chocolate cookies.  Very seasoned for a cookie!

Churro Kettle Corn by Love with Food (2oz) The warmth of cinnamon with a hint of sugar in this popcorn will help you live your life with a little spice.  And you cannot go wrong with cinnamon and sugar popcorn.

5 Spice Caramels by Shotwell Candy Company (2) Mixed with pure chocolate and a hint of cinnamon, star anise, anise seed, ginger and cloves.  This are some "speecy, spicy, sweets"!

Hemp Rules Roasted Hemp Seeds by Ziggy Marley Organics are spicy, hence the theme of the box.  However, if there is one single snack treat that I hope to never try again, it's hemp seeds.

Simply So Sweet Chili Tortilla Chips by Way Better Snacks - The grains and seeds in these spicy, delicious chips are sprouted which allows your body to better absorb their nutrients.  These were pretty tasty, and once again, pretty spicy.

Lemon Rosemary Seasoning by Fogg City Spice Co. - Enhance the flavor of everyday meals like chicken or vegetables with this citrusy and earthy spice blend.  Smells delicious but I have not had the chance to utilize it.

Green Superfood by Amazing Grass - Add some pep in your step with this nutrient dense Amazing Grass superfood packets.  They add fresh fruit and almond milk for a delectable breakfast smoothie.  The scent is a little... "spicy" to be a breakfast sweet compliment, but I would like to try it in something.

Marus Ghose Soy Sauce by Maruso - Kick your next marinade or fried rice recipe up a notch with this Ghost Pepper Soy Sauce.  Sounds amazing.  I love hot peppers and hope to use it soon with one of my southwestern and/or oriental rice creations.

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