Eat Feed Love is a newer subscription box that sends you a curated selection of artisan food products every month.
Each box will feature a variety of hand-selected items sourced from all over the world. Items can include cooking oil, sauces, spreads, condiments, jam, honey, tea, syrup, vinegar, salts, spices, seasonings, chocolate, cocktail mixers, and more. To help those in need, Eat Feed Love donates a portion of each month’s profits to a different organization or charity.
Subscriptions are $39.95/month, or less with multi-month commitments. For a limited time, you can save 50% on your first box with coupon code 2littlerosebuds!
Let’s see what’s in the November 2015 Eat Feed Love box!
The box was large, heavy, and shipped from Canada via FedEx.
All of the items were individually wrapped in white tissue paper with an inner layer of bubble wrap to ensure that everything stayed in tact. (It did!)
November’s theme was “Night in Syria” and included a variety of ingredients & recipes to prepare a Syrian-inspired feast!
A portion of this month’s sales will be donated to the Canadian Food Grains Bank’s Syrian Response Initiative, which helps support Syrian refugees.
Recipes – Eight recipes were included that featured entrees, sides, dips, drinks, and more.
Olive the Senses Olive Oils – Two small bottles of olive oil were included: Persian Lime and Manzanillo Fresh Extra Virgin Olive Oil. These can be used in many of the featured recipes, though I did notice that most of them called for a garlic-infused oil and not the lime version that I received. We go through a ton of olive oil in our house, so I’m aways happy to try out new brands.
Olive the Senses Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic Vinegar – I don’t think I’ve ever had a flavored vinegar, so this is totally new for me. The tabbouleh recipe in the box calls for it, so I might give it a try. I’m thinking it would make a nice addition to a homemade vinaigrette too.
Askinosie Chocolate Itty Bar – These little dark chocolate bars are made with cocoa beans sourced from Cortes, Honduras. They contain just two ingredients (70% dark chocolate and 30% cane sugar) and are both vegan & gluten free. Yay!
Moroccan Zaatar Thyme Leaves – This distinct variety of thyme is said to be a staple in Middle Eastern cooking. It gives authentic flavor to hummus and other traditional dishes.
Level Ground Trading Green Loose Leaf Tea – I’m a big green tea fan, so I thought this was a nice inclusion. This tea is grown in small Himilayan gardens without the use of chemicals and is acquired using Direct Fair Trade practices.
Mrs Jones Jams Apricot Habanero Jelly – I recently found out that my mother-in-law absolutely LOVES pepper jellies, so this is definitely heading her way soon. The label claims that it’s “extremely hot” and made in small batches in Cowichan Bay.
Eat Feed Love is clearly a great box for those who enjoy experimenting with new foods and flavors. I like that they source smaller, more independent brands — and of course the fact that they donate a portion of all their sales.
Remember — if you’d like to sign up for Eat Feed Love, you can save 50% on your first box with coupon code 2littlerosebuds!
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.