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I know a lot of my readers are parents and I’m sure much like me you struggle to find good quality foods that are both healthy and convenient. I know those two words don’t usually go together but I promise you they do when it comes to ButcherBox. I am a mom of four daughters (2 still at home) and we are always on the go. Summer is a really busy time for us and sometimes getting a home-made meal on the table isn’t easy. I always try to provide my kids with a healthy home-cooked meal but finding healthy and organic foods in rural Oklahoma is not always the easiest task. I know your probably thinking well isn’t good quality beef something that Oklahoma is known for? It is, but we are not farmers or ranchers. We do all our shopping at the grocery store (which we have one of in our town). So getting quality grass-fed beef isn’t easy. There are no health food stores around here and usually, at the grocery store, you have one brand to choose from. So I was super excited when I found ButcherBox.
ButcherBox is an amazing subscription service that allows you to have grass-fed meat products shipped directly to your door every single month. You get to choose between beef, chicken, pork, or a combination of the three to have shipped in your box each month. We just got our first box and we went with the beef, chicken, and pork combination box to try out a variety of their products. It’s amazing! Maybe it’s because we are so used to having beef packaged at a big box store and have never had grass-fed meat but the taste quality on ButcherBox meats is so good. The difference in what we usually buy at the store and what we got from ButcherBox was like night and day. I can’t really describe it well enough, you would just have to try it but it was really good. Everything we tried we were impressed with.
Honestly, I love the convenience. The meat comes in a freezer bag (that is reusable) with dry ice. They were frozen solid no fear of them getting thawed out even after shipment. Watch our unboxing video to see more what it looks like when it comes in, but we were really impressed with the packing.
You get a big variety. They don’t really let you pick the exact cuts or types of meat you will get but you can choose between beef, pork, or chicken. We had a big variety though. Steaks, pork chops, chicken, hamburger patties, and more. They come individually packaged so you can cut them apart and just use what you need. You get enough for 20-28 individual meals (6-10 pounds). I will note that we took one package of chicken and made meals like chicken casseroles, chicken tacos, etc. So even though it’s an individual serving we were able to stretch it for the entire family. It’s a lot of meat, enough for us a family of four for a month. We don’t eat meat at every single meal so it was plenty for us for the month.
Your first month you get some great free bacon too! Yum, who doesn’t love bacon? It’s really easy to sign up. Just log into the site and set up your account. Choose your subscription options of how often you want it delivered, how many months, and the kind of meat you want in your box. Before you know it you will have a box of fresh grass-fed meat on your door step. You even get to choose a delivery day so you will know when it will arrive to make sure you can bring it in out of the heat. Couldn’t be easier. No packing up the kids to go to the store, no dealing with crowded stores, and no worries about limited selection.
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