Daily Harvest Reviews

Daily Harvest Reviews

Daily Harvest Reviews: If I had to name the most common obstacle to healthy eating that I hear again and again from people, it’s that they simply don’t have enough time to do it. Let’s face it- we’re all time-starved these days. Between juggling work, family, and other commitments, the thought of researching, shopping for and cooking nutritious meals at home may seem impossible at times.

So when I was asked to review Daily Harvest, a food delivery service, I was excited to give it a try. Although I’m a huge advocate of cooking at home, I also realize that there are times when we need to take a little help. And it’s good to know that there are options that provide the much-needed convenience factor without sacrificing nutrition.

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hen I decided to sample Daily Harvest, a plant-based direct-to-consumer meal-delivery service, my first thought was, “Isn’t this the smoothie company that delivers ready-to-blend fruit cups with lids that have cute little straw holes?” So I was shaking when I got a box filled with so much more, like veggie bowls, oat bowls, lattes, and soups.

Here’s the TL;DR on how it all works: You pick a weekly or monthly plan, choose your cups—they’re all the same price—and receive either 24 a month for $83 or 12 a week for $90. (P.S. Use the promo code “Cosmo” to save $25 on your first box.) Here’s what you’re in for.

One of my favorite parts of this weeklong taste test was incorporating crazy stuff like dragon fruit, nutritional yeast (vegan cheese, y’all), kaffir lime (limes but chic), cacao, and purple corn into my diet. And even better, I didn’t have to seek them out at some upscale grocery store or channel Ina freaking Garten to figure out how to make them edible.

Seriously, the most complicated meal-prep step was washing my blender after making a smoothie. For the smoothies, you just add water (or your milk of choice) to the Daily Harvest cup, dump it into a blender, and blend. Boom—you’re eating kale. For the bowls, you could use a skillet to sauté the ingredients. (I’d say you’re trying too hard, but you do you.) Otherwise, just shake that good stuff outta the cup into a bowl, microwave it, and you’re dunzo. Same goes for the oat bowls unless you’re an overnight oats fan—in which case add nut milk or moo juice, cap it, and pop it in the fridge until the a.m. For the soups, the stovetop is fine, but using the microwave is even easier—and I promise it tastes the same.

Daily Harvest Reviews 2019

Daily Harvest Reviews 2019

Real talk: I love veggies (don’t @ me), so getting enough of those greens isn’t a major issue in my life. But after work, the gym, and, ya know, walking uphill both ways in a snowstorm, whipping up a veggie bowl or a fancy-ass smoothie sounds…awful. Most of the time, I settle for avocado toast and homemade tomato soup or broccoli with sweet potato, but this, my friends, gets old.

Daily Harvest’s crazy-easy bowls blow my sad healthy dinners out of the water. The spinach and shiitake grits are a creamy, tangy, umami masterpiece, and the lentil and mesquite chili are super filling. Shout out to the cauliflower and leek stew, which tastes so much like broccoli and cheese soup that it makes me crave a bread bowl. And I’d happily eat the mulberry and dragon fruit oat bowl, which is as Insta-worthy as it is flavorful.

Okay, so everything is ridiculously easy to cook, tastes ah-mazing, and includes super healthy ingredients. The only problem? I wanted so much more of it. While the bowls and smoothies were epic, I had to add more food to them to be fully satisfied. Most of the time I supplemented the meals with two soft-boiled eggs, a couple of spoonfuls of Greek yogurt, or slices of avocado (or all of the above). If meat is more your thing, chicken breast, fish, or steak could also make great additions.

Another note on portions—the smoothies are about two-ish servings per cup. So if you’re like me and try to keep an eye on sugar intake, you’ll need to double the sugar content listed on the nutritional facts to find out how much you’re really consuming. All that sweet stuff comes from fruit, not from added sugar or artificial sweeteners, but it’s still worth keeping in mind. (Pro tip: Add more greens, water, or ice to bulk these up so there’s enough for two big ole servings.) Oh, and one more thing: The smoothies do not overflow the cup-like they do on the Daily Harvest ’gram—but hey, we all edit our photos, right?

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Daily Harvest is a subscription service that delivers healthy, pre-portioned superfood eats to your home on a weekly or monthly basis. You can choose delivery of 6, 9, 12, or 24 cups at once and they currently deliver to 95% of the U.S. A weekly subscription costs $6.99-$7.99 per cup (depending on how many you’re ordering) and a monthly subscription costs $6.99 per cup.

The menu items are diverse and include smoothies, soups, overnight oats, harvest bowls, chia parfaits, lattes, and sundaes. The dishes are developed by both a nutritionist and a chef and they use only 100% natural, non-GMO, organic ingredients. So basically, not only is their food healthy, it tastes good too!

What stands out about this service is a couple of things. First, all of the food is delivered frozen. If you think fresh fruits and vegetables are always better, that’s actually not the case.   The nutritional content of fruits and vegetables starts to degrade as soon as they are picked. By the time they reach your local grocery store, they may contain significantly fewer nutrients than they did when harvested. Frozen fruits and vegetables, however, are harvested at peak ripeness and flash-frozen so that they retain their nutrients as well as their flavor and texture. Plus, once they’re in your freezer, they can stay there months without spoiling so it reduces food waste too.

Another thing that stands out about this service is that there’s absolutely zero prep work because it’s all done for you! All of the ingredients come pre-chopped and portioned in a cup. You simply have to add a liquid (like milk or water) and then pop it all into a blender, soak or heat it, depending on the dish. You can eat everything straight from the pretty containers, saving you from having to dirty any dishes. When I made a Daily Harvest smoothie the other day before a shift in the ER, it was so easy. I just threw everything into my blender with some almond milk, then poured it back into the original cup and took it with me on the road. It doesn’t get easier than that!

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If you want to welcome more veggies into your life, hate cooking, and don’t mind spending some extra dough to solve both problems—do this. I am too cheap to live this lifestyle, but I do plan to treat myself to a Daily Harvest box when I know I’m going to be out of town part of the week or just super busy and need easy, healthy meals. Yes, they’re expensive—but an investment in vegetables is never a bad thing, right?

Daily Harvest is a vegan meal subscription service that delivers frozen meals built on fruits and vegetables. All ingredients are 98% organic and sourced from sustainable farms. I gave Daily Harvest a try and this is my honest Daily Harvest Review.

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I know I’ve been a meal kit review queen these last couple of months. I can’t help it, there are tons of companies out there that I want to try out so I see which ones work best to help you fit the healthy life into a busy life. Think of me as your personal guinea pig. My goal with all of my reviews is to give as much information, along with my honest feedback, so you can decide whether or not it’s a good fit for you.

Anyway, today I want to talk about my experiences with Daily Harvest. I’ll start with a quick overview and give you the details on cost and ordering. After that, I’ll cover some of the health benefits and then give my honest opinion on who I think Daily Harvest would and would not work for. Of course, I’ll share my experience with one of my Daily Harvest boxes.

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Daily Harvest is a meal delivery company that specializes in sending chef-crafted vegan frozen meals to your door.  Each meal is frozen in a cup and serves 1-2 people. Depending on the cups you order, all you need to do is add a liquid and then blend, warm-up, or refrigerate overnight.  Their motto is we take care of the food so food can take care of you.

Daily Harvest is very different from any of the meal kit companies I’ve tried. With other companies they send a box of ingredients and you cook the food – so while all the meal planning and grocery shopping are done you still need to cook everything. Obviously, this takes time.

Daily Harvest meets the needs of busy people who want the convenience of a frozen meal, or fast food, but still, want healthy. Basically, Daily Harvest wants to make it just as easy (and tasty) to prepare one of their cups as it is to get take-out – but only much healthier. All the ingredients are prepared ahead of time and sent in individual cups. As I said, all you need to do is add the liquid and warm-up, blend, or put in the refrigerator. Honestly, it’s that easy.

Is Daily Harvest Healthy?

Yes, absolutely! Daily Harvest believes that you can’t be your best unless you are eating good healthy food. In fact, they built this business on making it super easy and convenient for busy people to eat nutritious plant-based meals so you can perform at your best every day.

Is Daily Harvest Organic?

98% of the ingredients Daily Harvest uses are organic. If you look on the ingredients list when choosing cups you’ll see exactly what ingredients are organic. One of the things that really caught my eye, and that I thought was a real positive, is Daily Harvest always uses organic for the ingredients that appear on the Environmental Working Group’s “dirty dozen” list (the most pesticide-intensive fruits and vegetables). This is really important to me and I was happy to see this was important to them too.

Is it easy to cancel the daily harvest?

Cancellation Policy.

Your Subscription Will Automatically Renew Until You Cancel. After Your First Order, You May Cancel In Your Account Settings Or By Emailing Us At Contactus@Daily-harvest.Com And Following The Instructions You Receive.

How many calories are in the daily harvest?

I’m wondering a bit now about the nutrition facts on the package from Daily Harvest. According to the label, this smoothie has 370 calories if you drink the whole thing (before adding milk). But, I measured out 1/2 cup of pumpkin seeds in their cup, which by itself has 360 calories.