Sharing from BALI this week, but I had to get a post up for ya! I'll be sharing updates on that trip soon.
But I had to write about this because, for a while I have been thinking about getting food delivery.
Like, food straight to my door. Healthy meals that I can eat through the week, that I don't need to think about.
For me, I've said it before, I just don't cook. I don't enjoy it, and I don't find it relaxing, and I'm always too hungry to wait for it to cook, and just find that other people make food SO much better than I do.
Like I could never make a delicious bowl that I get from Cafe Gratitude. Who has nori on deck at their house? (Not me!)
Sigh. Maybe someday when I have a baller kitchen!
So always having to think about what to eat, what to make, when to get it, and then on top of that thinking that it needs to be healthy, vegan and fairly affordable.
I will use any trick I can to make things streamlined. I am so busy (I know, I know, it's an epidemic and we are ALL so busy) but if i can make anything easier, and healthier for me, it's a win-win.
So I decided to check out Thistle.co which is based in SF. and promises vegan meal delivery at $138 a week.
If you didn't know I was vegan, I wrote about it here.
What's included in your delivery:
3 Large juices
These are all fully prepared packaged meals.
You can also add a snack, a small juice, a latte, and cold brew coffee.
The whole sha-bang!
They have a vegan menu and an animal protein menu.
The vegan one is a bit cheaper, and honestly is SO filling.
Some example menu items:
Tantalizing Thai Curry Tofu Scramble
Mango, Roasted Cauliflower and Curried Chickpea Bowl
Summer Heatwave Salad
Coconut Chia Seed Pudding
Green Broccoli Bowl w/ Creamy Avocado Dressing
Full review is on the video above! Let me know if you have any questions below, and I'll be happy to answer them!
Guys I also have to honestly say, with Thistle, my orders got messed up, a whole BUNCH of times. I would say about 60% of my orders either got delivered to the wrong place, or were wrong....I think they are just starting and getting things going. They were always super on top of helping me out and rectifying the situation, I got credits and everything but I need to be transparent about it!
I would still recommend it, but also explore other options and places, I think I really enjoyed the overall experience of food delivery in general.
Have you guys tried any food deliveries? Or how do you cook each week and prepare delicious meals? Let me know! Would love to chat about this with you!
Have the best week!