September 2016 Green Chef Carnivore Subscription Box Review & Coupon

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Green Chef is a weekly meal kit delivery service that sends recipes along with organic and sustainable ingredients to your home. Green Chef estimates that 95% of the included ingredients are organic.

Examples of ingredients that are not organic include fish, which currently have no organic designation option. Instead, the fish included is sustainably sourced. The beef is grass fed.

Each week Green Chef produces between 6 and 9 recipes, so there is some choice in what you receive. Unlike services like Home Chef, however, your choices are not unlimited: you may choose among the vegetarian, vegan, carnivore, omnivore, gluten-free and paleo boxes. Each two-serving box of three entrees ships for $9 in addition to the costs per serving listed above, bringing the total box costs to $71.94 (vegetarian), $80.94 (omnivore or vegan), $89.94 (carnivore or gluten-free) and $98.94 (paleo).


Although I’ve elected the carnivore option, I’ve also asked for no pork. For those who eat only certain types of meat, Green Chef makes it easy to exclude recipes containing beef, poultry, pork, lamb, shellfish, fish or game. On weeks where one of the entrees includes pork, Green Chef substitutes a vegetarian selection and charges me for an omnivore box.

Regardless whether or not I receive strictly carnivore options, though, each of the entrees includes a hefty amount of veggies, legumes and/or grains with each meal. This is where Green Chef really shines. Green Chef typically includes roughly twice as many veggies, legumes and/or grains as some of their competitors. And they’re all organic! This makes for delicious, healthy, well-balanced meals.


Each week’s package arrives well-insulated, sandwiched between ice packs.


The ice packs are separated from the food by cardboard to help protect the vegetables, which I appreciate.


The meat and dairy are at the bottom, sandwiched between two more ice packs. They are separated from the vegetables by another cardboard sheet.


All the ingredients come color-coded for easy coordination with recipes. I appreciate this. I think it offers great flexibility for storage. If you’d like to group them all together by recipe in your refrigerator, you’re free to put them in a zip lock bag. If you only have a little space here and a little there in your refrigerator, you can store them individually. The recipe cards tell you how many ingredients to look for if you need to store the ingredients individually.


This week I received ingredients for the following recipes: Togarashi Shrimp with Bok Choy, Spaghetti Squash, Green Beans and Turnips (45 minutes, Paleo, Gluten-Free); Spinach-Herb Chicken Kiev with Thyme-Roasted Purple Cauliflower and Arugula Salad (40 minutes, Gluten-Free); and BBQ Montreal Sliders with Spinach Salad, Sweet Potato Fries and Mushrooms (35 minutes).


I enjoyed the Togarashi Shrimp very much. It was light and fruity. The Togarashi spice is somewhat hot so I held back not knowing what to expect. Next time, I’ll be more generous with the spice. This dish reheated well the following morning.


I could be wrong, but I think this is the first paleo offering of Green Chef’s that I’ve tried. I enjoyed it very much. I’ll have to cook with spaghetti squash more frequently; it was very easy to use!


My husband and I enjoyed this take on Chicken Kiev very much! This dish was very easy to prepare. The gluten-free breadcrumbs had a nice crunch to them, and the garlic/herbed spinach mixture was moist and flavorful. I’m a huge fan of roasted cauliflower of any sort, so that was a win as well!


I love how colorful this plate was!


This week’s burger dinner left everyone asking for more! The sweet potato fries were divine, and my son begged me for another burger after he had finished his slider! Clearly I’ll have to make this again very soon.


What a hit!

It makes me so happy to know that my family loves eating what I cook at home thanks to Green Chef. I love how filling the serving sizes are, and I’m happy knowing that I’m feeding my family using organic, sustainable ingredients. I look forward to many more weeks of cooking with Green Chef!

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The Subscription: Green Chef
The Description: Each Green Chef delivery comes with the recipes and ingredients you need to cook three meals for the week. Some of the ingredients are prepared for you so that you can cook dinner in 20 – 30 minutes. Each recipe is color coded for easy sorting and contains easy to follow directions. Each meal is designed to be well-balanced and healthy. There are vegetarian, omnivore, carnivore, gluten-free and paleo meal options. All ingredients are fresh and sustainably sourced. The only thing you need at home is olive oil, salt, and pepper.
The Price: $71.94 every week
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