I was sent a Wildgrain box at no charge for my honest review. Links to Wildgrain are affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase. All opinions are my own.
There are a myriad of subscription boxes out there there these days from books, to dinner to probably just about anything you might want to get on a monthly or ongoing basis. But I was just gifted what has to be one of the best – bread. Mmmm, fresh baked bread. Is there anything better?
Yes, you read that correctly people. BREAD.
Artisan breads. And pasta. In a box, delivered to your home every month – or on the schedule you set. And this excitement comes from a woman who bakes. (Well, one who used to bake but now has been curtailed.) I was beyond thrilled with the lovely people at Wildgrain asked if I would like to try their box o’yummy goodness.
Wildgrain Delivery Box
What exactly comes in your Wildgrain Box? Well to give you the best answer I will take you directly to the source! This is what would be in your box according to wildgrain.com
- 1 country sourdough bread
- 1 sourdough wheat bread
- 1 sourdough harvest bread
- 1 pack fresh, hand cut linguine
- 1 pack fresh, hand cut papardelle
- 4 sourdough croissants
- sourdough rolls (promotion running currently where you get these free for life)
My box varied slightly – just in what we received pasta wise. I can tell you that the box arrived in perfect condition with everything still frozen. I just popped it into the freezer so I could pull it out as I wanted to.
The husband was most excited to try the harvest bread as he generally has cheese and crackers or hummus and crackers for lunch every day. He thought that a slice of this beautiful bread would make a better choice.
I baked it up for him and he was thrilled with the taste and texture. He said it has a wonderful chew and the sourdough flavor is just right. He has been enjoying it.
Hand Cut Fresh Pasta
You can easily see from the ingredient list that the pasta is not made from anything other than what it should be made from. In fact, that is pretty much how I make pasta at home. At least when I have semolina on hand – otherwise I just use all purpose flour.
I will be sharing a recipe later in the week where I used this package of fettuccine so stay tuned for that. Do know that it was delicious – the pasta. I of course thought my dinner was delicious. The final determination will be up to anyone who chooses to try it for themselves.
There was a four pack of croissants in the box and they were just as buttery and flaky as any I have ever purchased or as those I made myself. If you would like to see what is involved in the making of croissants check out the recipe. It is a process! I will be using two of them in another meal – egg, bacon and cheese croissandwiches. Is that a word? Who knows and I really don’t care.
These were the only fussy item in the box – the directions weren’t quite what they needed to cook. At least not in my oven. I did eventually get them to where they needed to be.
Free Sourdough Rolls
Right now if you sign up for Wildgrain you get free sourdough rolls for life. I haven’t tasted the enclosed rolls as of yet but if they are on par with what I have tasted they will be excellent. They are currently in the deep freezer and I am planning to pull a few out next week when we have soup for dinner.
I love to have a nice, crusty roll when I enjoy a bowl of soup. How about you? Wouldn’t it be lovely to have some on hand when you decided to have that bowl of soup?
How You Can Wildgrain
It’s very easy to sign up – just go to Wildgrain and create your account. From there you will be prompted to do what needs to be done to have your first box on its way to you. In addition that makes you part of Wildgrain’s giving – for every membership 6 meals are donated to The Greater Boston Food Bank.
Here is an exciting bit of news! Take $30 OFF Your First Wildgrain Box with code BOOKSCOOKSLOOKS
Good until 8/31/22 then reverts to $10 off