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Terra’s Kitchen Featured in W42ST Magazine

Written by Terra's Kitchen | Tue, Jan 2, '18

Terra’s Kitchen was recently featured in “Look What We Made,” a roundup of different meal kits in New York city apartment (read: TINY!) kitchens in W42ST Magazine. We love that Samina, the tester, noted: “[Terra’s Kitchen] was the first kit I’ve tried that really makes nutrition a priority while still keeping the meals simple, creative, and super flavorful.”

We’ve spent the last two months testing the best meal kits on the market.


Our stoves didn’t know what to make of all the unexpected activity, and the poor people at Seamless think we’ve died.

But the results are now in, rated by cost, simplicity, taste, and health, courtesy of our all-knowing in-house nutritionist, Samina Kalloo. Read it and eat!


Terra’s Kitchen

(Tested by Samina Kalloo)

We made: Terra Buddha bowl


Cost per person: From $9.99

Minimum order: $72 per order.

Shipping: Free for first order, then $4.95 for orders under $100

Options: From family meals to paleo, gluten-free, low calorie, vegetarian, and vegan, there are many options to choose from. You can also choose from many food categories such as beverages, snacks, sides, and desserts.

Flexibility: Delivery days can be modified week by week, and you can skip a week up to four weeks in advance.

What’s cooking: Terra’s Kitchen ships ingredients in what looks like a mini fridge with pull-out shelves, each containing individually packaged ingredients for three meals and two snacks. This epic vessel is climate controlled to ensure food safety and quality and can be returned and re-used up to 100 times. Now on to the food. All meals are ready within 15-30 minutes, and the ingredients are all pre-chopped and portioned out, which I loved. The final product was photo-worthy and almost looked too good to eat!   

Samina says: This was the first kit I’ve tried that really makes nutrition a priority while still keeping the meals simple, creative, and super flavorful. Ingredients are organic when possible, with proteins being non-GMO, hormone and antibiotic free, and seafood sustainably sourced.
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Original article by Ruth Walker: https://www.w42st.com/article/1642zfyzknzjw/look-what-we-made

 


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