Nothing against your desktop turkey sandwich, but let's be honest: You'd rather be snacking on green curry cashews in Thailand. Or dipping fresh tortilla chips into pumpkin seed salsa on the Yucatán Peninsula. Or spoiling yourself with tamarind-date chutney in India. Sun Basket's healthy meal-kit service agrees, and in addition to their staple menu, which includes many Paleo/gluten-free/vegetarian options plus healthy breakfasts, they've introduced Globetrotter — a new line of recipes running for eight weeks, exploring a new country each week. It's the mealtime equivalent of extra passport pages.
Sun Basket offers three meals per week for two or four people, delivered to your door in 100-percent recyclable and compostable packaging — and if you're still not convinced, they're offering your first three meals for free!
For those of us who aren't master chefs who've trained in kitchens around the world, Sun Basket's setup is easy. Each takes about 30 minutes to prepare thanks to pre-measured, foolproof ingredients and is designed for minimal cleanup. Like all of Sun Basket's meals, the recipes come from Executive Chef Justine Kelly of San Francisco's The Slanted Door and are approved by their in-house nutritionist. For $11.49 a meal, it's a pretty sweet deal.
Sun Basket takes the stress out of grocery shopping — all the produce is organic and non-GMO, from the country's best farms, with sustainably-sourced and hormone-free meats and seafood. Choose any meals you like from a total of 12 recipes per week. (You can even double or triple up on a recipe!) And no stress if you aren't home during the day: Sun Basket deliveries are carefully packaged to stay fresh in the box for eight hours after delivery. They've also expanded, now shipping to 35 states plus D.C.
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