Top 3 Meal Kits for 2019

#1: Sun Basket

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    Sun Basket Review: All Around, The Best Meal Kit Service

    This Sun Basket review covers the history, cost, and a personal look at what you should expect from your Sun Basket delivery. We hope you enjoy! Sun Basket is a meal delivery service that was started by Chef Justine Kelly in 2014. Even though Sun Basket is one of the youngest of the bigger players in the market, they’ve grown rapidly due to their health-conscious meal kits and pro-environmental approach. Every bit of Sun Basket’s packaging is bio-degradable and every week the company donates over 1,000 pounds of food to food banks.  As of this Sun Basket review, Sun Basket currently ranks #1 for us, in terms of the best meal-kit delivery service. Their approach for the best ingredients over their competitors is a big…

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#2 Home Chef

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    Home Chef Review (One of the more affordable options?)

    Home Chef is a meal delivery service that was started by Pat Vihetlic in 2013. The company has successfully managed to position itself as one of the largest and most successful meal delivery services on the market. As of early 2017, over 2.5 million meals are shipped monthly by Home Chef. Our Home Chef Review If you’re tired of produce & meat spoiling in your refrigerator, then using a meal delivery service is perfect for you since there will be minimum ingredients left over. On MyFoodSubscriptions.com, we rate Home Chef at #2 for meal delivery. Our #1 recommendation is Sun Basket, click to read our Sun Basket review. For other meal kits, click here to find a list of the best meal kits of 2019.…

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#3 Blue Apron

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    $60 off Blue Apron Coupon Code | Free Trial | Updated May 2019

    Blue Apron ranks #3 in our list of meal kit delivery services. If you’re ready to order Blue Apron, then you’ve come to the right place. Below, you will find a few Blue Apron coupon codes that will save you money as a new customer. While there are no free trials of Blue Apron, the promo codes below offer a massive discount on your first few orders. #1 Recommended Blue Apron Coupon Code #2 Recommended Blue Apron Discount Code #3 Recommended Blue Apron Promo/Free Trial If you’re interested in our Blue Apron review, then simply click here. On MFS, our number one rated meal kit service is Sun Basket, and you may read our review on them here.

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Lifestyle

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    Food and Mood: Is Dieting Making Us Depressed?

    Have you ever had a healthy and fulfilling meal and felt a lot of natural energy afterwards, and perhaps even an improved mood or decreased sense of anxiety? Or eaten fast food on a "cheat day" and been left with feelings of bloating, fatigue, or even depression?The foods and ingredients in foods that we eat on a daily basis can have quite an impact on how we feel about ourselves and mood regulation, but often that goes beyond body image and the numbers we see on the scale.

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    Healthy or Harmful? Sneaky Foods That May Make You Gain

    Sometimes when we embark on new diet plans we read a lot of information or hear about new health plans from friends or family and all of the foods we “should be eating.” But a lot of foods we consider to be quite healthy, and have been marketed as healthy choices, may be far from low calorie options. This may come in the form of a single food, a part of a specific diet plan, or general misconceptions we all have about food. And then when we step on the scale we often feel confused as to why we aren’t…

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  • blogPhoto of Food Videos: The Psychology Of Our YouTube Obsessions

    Food Videos: The Psychology Of Our YouTube Obsessions

    Most of us enjoy YouTube to watch the usual trending dog or cat videos, or the viral singing babies, our favorite music videos, movie trailers, and TV show snippets. It’s often a mental escape from daily life or work and you can search any topic you’d like to take your mind off of something, or on to something to learn a new skill or trade of your choice. But like with other forms of social media, particularly Instagram, YouTube is shaping the way we think and act around food. It may even be shaping consumerism and the way we purchase…

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    Food Benefits At Work: Feast, Famine, or Productivity?

    We’ve all probably worked for a company at one point or another that offered a great benefits package or something that kept us coming back, or even working longer hours to stick around for an on-site yoga class. From free gym classes to pet insurance to the ability to work on a remote basis if desired (and nowadays, desk options that come in standing and flexible options), companies are getting crafty when it comes to attracting and retaining top C-level talent. And of course, we all want to bring our dogs to work rather than invest in pet care. These…

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  • blogPhoto of Are Meal Kits More Eco-Friendly Than Groceries?

    Are Meal Kits More Eco-Friendly Than Groceries?

    If you’ve ever felt guilty because of using a meal delivery kit or subscription service, imagining this is a huge drain on environmental resources, you may be surprised to discover that despite the use of plastics and packaging involved, in comparison to the entire food lifecycle, using these kits may actually generate much less food waste than traditional grocery shopping. This decrease in food waste throughout the supply chain and entire lifecycle ends up being of much more importance than the use of plastic and packaging involved with meal kit options like Sun Basket and Home Chef. Have you ever…

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  • blogPhoto of Gluten-Free Diets (Right For You or Hype?)

    Gluten-Free Diets (Right For You or Hype?)

    Are you thinking about a gluten-free diet or lifestyle? If so, you aren’t alone, as a lot of us have become curious (and some obsessed) with the idea of going gluten-free for different reasons. For some this elimination is a necessity based in a medical condition (Celiac Disease), and for many gluten just seems difficult to process or digest. But for a lot of us, we’re curious because it’s become a “hot-button” topic, or because there seems to be a lot of potential benefits involved in eliminating gluten. Fans of gluten-free and low-carb plans (they certainly don’t have to coexist…

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    Meal Kits and Subscription Services (Why are They Trending?)

    In the past couple of years (and certainly past few years), we’ve seen a major rise in the popularity of meal kits and delivery subscription services, with everyone using them for the convenience factor and the idea of not having to either prepare or clean up as much, and ultimately save on much needed time. With meal kits and delivery subscription services, there is also a wide variety to pick from, with a high degree of specificity. So if you’re looking to go vegan, or gluten-free, or start on a new Paleo plan, but finding it challenging to make the…

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  • blogPhoto of The Benefits Of Using a Slow Cooker (Save Money & Better Taste?)

    The Benefits Of Using a Slow Cooker (Save Money & Better Taste?)

    Most of us don’t think about using slow cookers to cook most or all of our meals, but there are some benefits to using one in comparison to a traditional stove that we may not have even considered. First, using a slow cooker is actually a budget-friendly option that saves on energy costs, and you can typically find them for low costs (some loyal fans even use $20 slow cookers to prepare everything from vegetables to meat dishes, and use the extra money for spices to season meals to perfection). Slow cooked meals, while as the name suggests do take…

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  • blogPhoto of Social Media and Food (Changing The Way We Eat?)

    Social Media and Food (Changing The Way We Eat?)

    Social media and food- we all know it, we all love it, and we all photograph it. But how is social media changing the way we, as consumers, purchase food and make decisions about the way we eat? Is Instagram responsible for your new gluten-free diet, or your choice to purchase a certain food or go to a certain restaurant? In decades prior, we didn’t have access to the types of social media accounts we do now, especially food accounts that are highly specific and geared towards any and every type of food consumer. Whether you’re interested in making more…

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