Can’t travel the world this summer but still want to experience the culinary delights of Mexico, Italy, Korea, and beyond? Think of Green Chef as your global guide to all things delicious and embark on an adventure in your own kitchen. Green Chef, the leading organic meal kit service, delivers prepped, high-quality, USDA-certified organic ingredients with easy, quick recipes from all over the world. The menu changes each week, whether you choose paleo, vegan, vegetarian, or one of their many other meal plans. You could be dining on meals like Korean Shrimp Noodle Bowl with Sautéed Veggies, Mexican Sweet Potato Nachos with Black Beans & Red Cabbage, and Peruvian Piri Piri Chicken with Rice and Coconut-Collard Greens. With flexible delivery, eco-friendly packaging, organic and sustainable ingredients, and affordable pricing—plus, Clean Plates readers will get $50 off their first order—there’s no reason why this can’t be the Ultimate Staycation Summer, thanks to Green Chef and that little patch of beach calling your name.
Score a Free Jar of Raw Honey from Thrive Market
When it comes to honey, we’re not shy about our preferences: We like it raw. It’s packed with natural enzymes and nutrients that can help heal cuts and scrapes, boost immunity and soothe sore throats, all without spiking blood sugar like crazy. If you want to get your paws on the sticky-sweet stuff but have sticker shock at most prices, then you’re going to want to snag a free jar of Really Raw Honey from Thrive Market. This straight-from-the-hive organic honey is totally unprocessed, so it has a creamy texture, contains bits of honeycomb and pollen and smells deliciously of wildflowers. It tastes like you’ve just collected honey from a hive. Giving away free honey is just one way that Thrive Market can save you money. This enormous online marketplace specializes in selling the nation’s best healthy and organic products. They carry goods to fit every dietary preference, from vegan to gluten-free to Paleo, at prices up to 50 percent below retail and with free delivery to your doorstep. That can add up to thousands of dollars a year in savings. You’ll find your favorite and most trusted brands like Amy’s soups, Cascadian Farm cereals and Bob’s Red Mill grains. And—since they’re always adding new products to the lineup—you’ll have a chance to make fresh discoveries, too, like Alter Eco chocolate truffles and Primal Kitchen avocado oil mayo. The carefully curated and ethically sourced offerings even include non-toxic cleaning supplies and organic health-and-beauty products. Whether you slather the honey on toast or onto your skin, this is an offer too sweet to pass up—so try Thrive Market today!
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