Cuisine Cube is a subscription box that sends you a monthly delivery of small batch artisan food products.
Each box will consist of 6-7 full size products ranging from snacks, to pantry staples, desserts, and more. All items are sourced from small producers all over the country and taste tested (and approved) by the Cuisine Cube team. There are 3 different box options to choose from: Artisan, Vegan, and Gluten-Free.
Subscriptions are $39.99/month, or less with multi-month commitments. Shipping is free. (For a limited time, you can save $10 on your first month with coupon code “SPECIAL10”.)
Let’s see what’s in the September 2015 Cuisine Cube vegan box!
Everything was shipped in a large square box — cube — adorned with the Cuisine Cube logo.
A look inside.
A large info card featured a list of all the products (along with brief descriptions) on the front and photos of everything on the back side.
Ines Rosales Tortas – I’ve never had tortas before, and honestly wasn’t too sure what they were. Turns out, they’re a crispy, ready to eat flatbread (at least these ones are). Both Original (with anise) and Sesame & Sea Salt were included. You can eat them with dip, topped with veggies, or enjoy ’em as is.
JJ’s Sweets Sea Salt Cocomels – Heck yes!! I LOVE these incredible coconut milk based caramels! You’d seriously never know that they’re dairy-free. They come in a variety of different flavors, but I think this sea salt one is my favorite. Yum!!
Vigilant Eats Rosemary Thyme Sweet Potato Superfood Cereal – I’ve gotten these in a few other subscription boxes and they’re just not for me. I’m not really into oatmeal and the unique flavors of these cereals kind of scare me. It’s too bad though, because they sound super healthy.
Maya Kaimal Madras Curry Indian Simmer Sauce – Ooh! I’m excited to try this. I’ve never used an actual pre-made curry sauce before, so this should be way easier than making my own with coconut milk, curry powder, etc. Yay!
Organic Planet Soba Oriental Noodles – These traditional Japanese soba noodles are made with non-GMO, organic buckwheat. The info card suggests serving these with sautéed veggies and the curry sauce in this month’s box. Sounds like a plan.
Appleooz Crunchy Apple Chipz – My kiddos love apple chips (and so do I), so these will be gone in no time. They’re made with all natural ingredients including fresh apples, organic/natural fruit juices, and cinnamon.
I love that Cuisine Cube offers a 100% vegan option! This box was so much fun to go through, since I didn’t have to worry about reading all of the labels and hoping to find vegan-friendly products. I was thrilled to see Cocomels and look forward to trying the curry, tortas, and apple chips. 🙂
Remember, if you’d like to sign up for Cuisine Cube, you can save $10 on your first month with coupon code “SPECIAL10”!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.