I have to admit, of all the monthly subscription boxes I share here on Tattooed Tealady, TheVeganKind really is number 1 for me, for covering so many different aspects such as beauty, home and lifestyle products, all whilst introducing me to products and brands I have never heard of before. Whereas monthly beauty boxes are a really fantastic way to try new products and brands, maybe finally find that perfect mascara or eyeliner (we do get a lot of eyeliners in beauty boxes, don't we?) But for me, I really love receiving a box each month and not having a clue what it could include. The January box was, for me, the best box since TheVeganKind launched in November, and I'm so happy with the contents.
The main theme of the January box was food, food, food. Now remember, TheVeganKind is a lifestyle subscription service for vegans - so everything inside is completely, 100% suitable for vegans, and vegetarians, and all the rest of us too. The first thing that grabbed my attention was a 40g packet of Clearspring Organic Dried Daikon (Clearspring, 40g, £2.49), which is not something I have come across before. Dried Daikon is Dried Japanese White Radish, so it's perfect for putting in Asian food and just needs soaking beforehand. I haven't used this yet, but I will definitely be giving it ago next time we have an Asian themed meal! The next thing I spotted was the biggest product in the box and one which actually made me do a delighted squeal - a TheVeganKind Recipe Ringbinder! This is such an adorable product to find in the box, because each month the TheVeganKind team have been popping delicious recipe cards in the boxes with holes, perfectly ready to be slotted inside my new Recipe Ringbinder. Perfect! A really great touch. There was also a lovely beauty product in the January box, a sample of the Premae Skincare Plush Therapy Luxury Hand & Foot Creme (Premae Skincare, £12.50) which was really lovely to use; very softening!
Onto more food and oh my gosh did I enjoy nibbling through all the snacks in the January box. The Beond Organic Acai Berry Bar (Beond Organic, Box of 9, £8.91) was really yummy and a great way for me to be introduced to other ways to have Acai Berry in my diet. The Landgarten Organic Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Seeds (Landgarten, 55g, £1.99) were absolutely delicious and very hard to put down (I won't lie, I ate the whole 55g bag in one sitting) and the Considerit Chocolate Orange Mini Truffle Bar (Considerit Chocolate, £2) was easily the nicest orange flavoured chocolate I have ever tried in my life, and the nicest truffle, too. But the star food-y product? Easily the Perry Court Farm Dried Pear Crisps (Perry Court Farm, Box of 24, £12.99) I don't think I've ever tasted something so delicious! We will definitely be ordering a big box of Pear Crisps!
For me, the Janaury box has easily been the best so far. I really have loved every last item in the box, and I'm so excited to give the Dried Daikon a go! Couldn't recommend TheVeganKind enough, a really fantastic monthly lifestyle box that stands out from all the others! If you'd like to subscribe to TheVeganKind yourself, it's £10 a month plus £2.95 post and packaging.
Keep your eye on the blog tonight, when I'll be sharing a fab TheVeganKind giveaway!
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