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Misfits Market Subscription Box Review + Unboxing + 25% OFF | May 2019

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Misfits Market is a weekly or bi-weekly ugly produce subscription box. Choose between 2 packages – the Mischief Box, which contains 8-10 pounds of produce for $19 or the Madness Box (what we’re reviewing) that contains 18-20 pounds for $34. Use our link to get 25% OFF your next box. Once subscribed you and whoever signs up with your link will receive 25% off your the following box.

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Our first glimpse inside the Misfits Market Box

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Everything that we received in our first May Misfits Market Box. Here is our bounty! 20 pounds of veggies and fruits!


So what is all this stuff?

Parsnips. We thought these were carrots or turnips in the video. Our husband informed us that these were indeed parsnips, a sweeter, drier form of carrots that we’ll be googling recipes for in the near future. We received 6 in total!


We received a pack of organic grape tomatoes. We usually either add these to a salad or to our daughters school lunches because EACH of our kids LOVES tomatoes (which is weird because we ARE NOT the hugest fans).


We received 4 apples. We love the smell of fresh apples.. it’s probably in our top 5 favorite, all time things. We unboxed our subscription this afternoon – as of now (930 pm) there is 1 left. These were a complete hit!


We received 1 bunch of lacinato or curly kale. We love using this in a simple salad with finely diced onion, lemon juice, coarse salt and olive oil!


We received 2 bunches of carrots. Our husband doesn’t like carrots (he also doesn’t like cheese… whatta weirdo) but we’ve found clever ways to use these (shaved into salads and in lunches) that make him happy as well! In carrots defense.. we love love them personally!


We love when we get random greens! This bibb lettuce will be great for a lunchtime salad!


A first in our Misfits Market Box! If you watched the unboxing our daughter was taken aback with, “a real life” eggplant! We can’t wait to fry these up! Eggplant is one of our favorites as we relied on it a lot when we were vegetarians!


In addition to our apples representing the fruit sector we also have 6 beautiful oranges. Seriously, guys is there anything ugly about these vegetables?!


2 zucchinis were also included. These are so versatile, light and a great addition to light summer meals! Love them!


We received a bulb of garlic as well. You can literally never have too much garlic!


To end the fruit segment of this review we received 2 beautiful mangoes. There is nothing more delicious than a juice ripe mango! Love having these around for a fresh dessert!


We received 2 bunches of small radishes. Someone on youtube told us that you can roast these and seriously guys… we’ll never go back. It was absolute magic!


Rounding out this weeks bounty are 4 delicata squash. We have never consumed or prepared these before but are totally up for the challenge. How pretty are they by the way?!


So in summary

Presentation: Even though this is an ugly produce subscription we think everything arrived to us perfectly!

Quality: No problem whatsoever with the quality of these veggies!

Curation: We feel like they do a great job of mixing it up every week and giving us a really great variety!


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Misfits Market $19+


Great way to get your fruits and veggies each week or every other at a huge discount. We’ve never seen a piece that we wouldn’t personally eat!

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1 thought on “Misfits Market Subscription Box Review + Unboxing + 25% OFF | May 2019”

  1. Pingback: Misfits Market Subscription Box Review + Unboxing + 25% OFF | May 2019- SubscriptionBoxes.ca

  2. I want to see if I can do misfits market, but it says it doesn’t ship to Canada. Your website says you’re Canadian so how did you get it?

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