Introducing *Sweet Earth* – handcrafted deliciously clean and nutrient rich products!

As someone who values convenient, natural and healthy eating, I can attest that after being introduced to Sweet Earth, I will be a forever fan! First off,  Sweet Earth’s mission is to provide globally-inspired foods made with sustainably sourced ingredients. That in itself caught my attention. Now throw in the fact that each dish I tried is VEGAN and unarguably delicious, there isn’t a reason not to give them a try! (Also, read on to find out how you can get your hands on some complimentary Sweet Earth products!)

Some notable facts about their products:

  • Vegetable Based Proteins = No Animals Harmed – Sweet Earth takes pride in producing foods that are nutrient rich, vegetable dense, and cruelty free! Their Eco Clock shows you their exact positive impact on the planet as they produce their delicious food products. Sweet Earth keeps a running tally of how many pigs, cows, chickens, energy and water they have saved as a result of their sustainable practices

  • Healthy AND Delicious – Sweet Earth foods are packed with nutrients and clean ingredients but are still great tasting and oh-so satisfying. They strive to cultivate a curious mind and palate by creating globally-inspired dishes with over 100 herbs and spices from across the world. Health foods don’t have to be boring – Sweet Earth keeps you on your toes!

  • High Quality, Organic and Non-GMO – No need to check a Sweet Earth box for crazy chemicals and unknown ingredients. These foods, while delivered and purchased frozen, are free from GMOs and wonderfully organic. The ingredients are premium, culinary and locally sourced – everything you could ever want from a healthy yet convenient meal.

  • Award Winning and PETA Approved – Sweet Earth has been hailed for being an amazing vegan and vegetarian food option by multiple organizations. PETA also boasted that “mornings just got a whole lot tastier with Sweet Earth Foods”.

My experience trying Sweet Earth

Sweet Earths was gracious enough to send me four artisan bowls {Korean Japchae, Pad Thai, Kyoto Stir Fry, and General Tso’s Tofu} to try. Each product is served in individual ready to eat bowls with the choice of microwaving them or baking them. I opted to microwave the dishes, because well, i’m impatient and realized it takes 1/3 of the time. In fact, each item takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and that includes the cooling down time too.

The Korean Japchae is traditional Korean flavors with sesame, shitake mushrooms and garlic soy sauce paired with veggies and yam noodles; the Pad Thai is a Thai blend of organic noodles, tofu, crisp vegetables bathed in tamarind and lime sauce; the General Tso’s Tofu is a Chinese takeout classic with tangy sweet & sour sauce layered over crisp and tender tofu paired with organic brown rice and steamed broccoli; and the Kyoto Stir Fry is a Japanese dish with tofu, crunchy veggies, rice and tossed in a ginger-sesame miso sauce. Did I mention all these dishes are VEGAN?!

For a moment, while consuming these dishes, you almost forget that these are all vegan. The flavors are bold, the veggies maintained their  flavor and freshness throughout the dish, and the dish tasted very very similar to their meat counterparts at restaurants. Not to mention, the best feeling of all, no post-food consumption guilt involved! LOL. The nutritional content for these products are phenomenal. Like I said earlier, this is a great alternative for the health conscious and the veggie/vegan lovers out there!

If you would like to learn more about Sweet Earth, they can be found on Instagram at @sweetearthfoods#sweetearth#consciousbychoice; or visit their website at http://www.sweetearthfoods.com/.

If you would like to try sweet earth, click here, find my Sweet Earth photo and follow the instructions on how to get your hands on these delicious products!

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