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πŸ€”GOOD DEAL? 160 POUNDS of ORGANIC FRUITS & VEGETABLES for $240 to $308 a Month???

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– Okay guys, the Jamerrill film and videos in this purple shirt continues, but. I thought you guys
would really like to see what I got in these boxes. So a friend of mine, one
of my homeschool mom, homeschool group of friends,
posted the other day about her fruit and vegetable
delivery from Misfit Market. And I thought, Oh I, I want to try this and tell you all my experience about it. So of course, this is
not a sponsored video. I will have a link down
in the description below. With that link, I think the way it works, is you get 25% off your first order and then I maybe I get 25% off
of something at some point. I’ll tell you my understanding of it okay. The first thing that she shared that I thought was really neat is the styrofoam in these packages, they have directions. You can go to misfitsmarket.com/box and they tell you how,
I think she had said they run water on this
styrofoam and it disintegrates. So her kids love to disintegrate this styrofoam type stuff. Makes less waste. No, I’m sorry it’s
misfitmarket.com/packaging and it shows how to break
down the packaging materials. The way that this is supposed to work, is this, me reading the
company info on their site. Grocery stores have
imperfect organic produce or maybe produce that
they order too much of or maybe the pears are too small maybe the carrots grew
together instead of being like an average looking carrot. They have a lot of jokes in
their marketing materials about “ugly fruit” but it’s still good fruit and vegetables. So what they have is, you can
have one medium sized box, and I think the medium sized
box is, this is my memory, it was like 10 to 12 pounds. You set I up in a, like
organized shipment thing, yes. So you can have a medium
size like 10 to 12 pounds delivered every week on
whatever day you want. I think you can also
do it like every other. I am who I am, and you know who I am. I ordered the biggest box, two of ’em, to come once a week. How do you like that? And so I did get 25% off my first order, so I think I got $17
off, so that would have, let me do my, I think I got $17 off. So the boxes that I ordered will be about 15 to 20 pounds each. So obviously that’s up to 40 pounds of organic produce a week. I buy, you watch my grocery hauls, I but a lot of fruit and vegetables. I spend hundreds of dollars a month on fruits and vegetables. So that’s where I thought
I’d have the leeway to invest in trying some of these boxes and I don’t know necessarily what will be in every box, but maybe it’ll keep me creative. Maybe it’ll be a fun challenge. I didn’t realize this though but I read on their little flyer, it says I can find their
weekly produce list, that’s at misfitsmarket.com/box. And I’m supposed to get a
new recipe with each box. That’s probably in here. So I’m gonna open these boxes
and show you what I got. And I’ll tell you how much I spent. Tell you what I think
I’m gonna do with it, gonna do this sum, I
might share the rest of it over on Instagram, so if you
don’t follow me on Instagram, that’s where I will share my probably more of my weekly
hauls, for the next few weeks. This could be the best thing ever. It could be a meh. It could be something
like maybe I’ll change to one box every other week. I don’t know, but let’s look at the box. So we have our ice packs. They feel like they have
gel or something in ’em. And then we have, look at this? So green and pretty. So, oh, already these bags feel different. I bet these are biodegradable bags. Well I’m just gonna rip in folks, ok. Hey Amelia, will you bring mommy a bowl? A metal bowl. And again, it doesn’t
mean that there’s anything wrong with the produce. I’m guessing these organic peppers, maybe they were too small, I don’t Know. Maybe they had too many. Look like peppers, smell like
peppers, looks like fun to me. Then in these little boxes, and these came a few hours ago, folks so they’ve just been
sitting here, hanging out. We have some lovely tomatoes. Look like perfect tomatoes to me. – [Amelia] And they are perfect tomatoes. – They are perfect tomatoes, yes Amelia. Thank you for doing that
honey, thank you so much. And then these tomatoes are nice and firm. They’re not, not squishy at all. Then we have, looks like
it’s butter lettuce. I could be slightly off on
my green leaf identification, but that’s okay. We have some pears. I’m guessing that these
pears were on the small side and that maybe is a little apple. We have some limes and then some little pears, limes. We have some– – [Amelia] Potatoes. – Potatoes. Oh look at this. Amelia, mommy was just eating
this this morning, some plums. Here’s a Gala apple. And so then we have some
onions and some more… – Potatoes.
– Potatoes. We have two egg plants, aren’t they funny.
– Whoa those are ginormous. – Yes and then we have – [Amelia] Cucumber. – Cucumbers. – [Amelia] Two tiny ones. – Yes could be why, more cucumbers. – [Amelia] Super tiny! – These bags are almost
melting in my hands, so. I see a big salad come
with dinner tonight. Another apple, green peppers. We have another plum. We have some garlic and
so obviously it will be, since this these are
unplanned fruits and veggies, can I find a use for them every week? I’m looking at these and I’m thinking, thinking these are jalapenos. I have two of these bags and that is all that was in, whoop and I just spilled them. That was all that was this first box. – Are those other peppers?
– A little something. I don’t know off hand. I’m thinking they are
jalapenos, I could be wrong. – They look like peppers.
– They might be okra actually.
– Yeah, they look like peppers. – So out of that whole box I got one that we can feed this to the chickens. And bending down, that’s
what I thought too. Anything we got that
might be a little soft or whatever its still good
healthy food for our chickens, so, that’s the only one
out of that whole box I had to pick out. Everything else is nice
and fresh and firm. Let’s open up our next box. While Amelia and I are unloading our organic fruits and vegetables we are eating these
dark chocolate minibites that Ashley from Grace and Grits sent me in that homeschool mom box swap. There you go honey, they’re yummy. Eat chocolate, I love vegetables. So I’m guessing both will be similar. These tomatoes are all
again nice and firm. – And holy
– And holy Amelia said you eatin your chocolate. More tomatoes. Okay so this one tomato’s gotta little bit of mold there startin to happen. – That’s okay
– I will I will wash it and still use it, yes. But it was firm, you know I go for is it squishy or not. Boy Amelia, we’re gonna
have a good tomato time. More of the little cutie itty bitty pears. More limes. More of, I’m now thinking these are okra. It’s between jalapenos or okra but I’m getting an okra feeling. – Here go.
– Oh another potato, yes. Two more eggplant. You got another plum. I’m gonna do us a big
salad tonight, Amelia. And it says in here,
“Great as food storage bag “and for the collection of food scraps “and for compost programs. “Made with GMO free crops. “Certified biodegradable products.” It’s the chew.
– Here’s one. – Here’s some pears. – More garlic. – More garlic, it’s a big garlic. Big onion. So I went to their sight
and I looked these up and I think they might
actually be collard greens. Whenever I was looking through they give a list of many
of the things that got put in their boxes for this week. Several of the things on
the list I did not get but many of the things I was like, okay, and it gave me the name of this pepper. These are not jalapenos, they’re not okra, I can’t say it though, there you go. The total math break down on this. This was $77. It ends up being, it’s about $36 or so, or $35 and 72 cents, I’m
only off by a few cents here. It’s that much per box, per week. And in that box it should
be just about 20 pounds of fresh, organic, non-gmo, pure and holy fruit and vegetable mix. I did two boxes and then it was a couple bucks for shipping. That ended up being $77. So $77 and then if we divide that by the 40 pounds of fresh
pure and holy produce, makes everything about a $1.92 per pound if you also want to factor
in the cost of shipping. Now for my first order
though, I saved 25%. The 40 pounds makes everything
about a $1.50 a pound. So, I like what I see. We had one little pepper,
where’d you go little pepper that needs to be fed to the chickens and we have this one little tomato that will definitely have
to get in our salad tonight. But I’m thinking a $1.50
per pound, at the most $1.92 per pound, ’cause I won’t have that 25% off with my other orders. I think I like this. I like how it looks,
right now, in front of me. I mean this is, my second largest bowl. That’s what Amelia, she
brought it to me, she likes, “Mommy I have our 2nd biggest bowl.” Then we have our biggest bowl don’t we. I think this is going to go well. I know realistically, if
I do a big salad tonight, we will use a lot of the tomatoes, a lot of the cucumbers
and peppers, not all but many, we would probably use those in two to three days. The potatoes, I mean,
those are already gone, what are we talkin about. The onions stay around a little longer. Definitely those get used often. All of this fruit here. Do you think we’re gonna have
a problem with this fruit? Amelia’s here already
chowing down an apple. All the fruits gonna go well. I’ll have to make sure to use the limes. I’ve used eggplants
before and they’re some recipes I can pull out from them. I don’t know anything about this pepper. So I will cut it and
taste it and we’ll see. Gotta bunch of garlic in here. So I am not offput by this
order, or what was in it. I definitely think we’re
gonna try to use this up over the next few days and
right now I have it scheduled where I’m gonna get two
boxes every Tuesday. And then I was just gonna try to work the fruits and vegetables
in with our plan. That would be, $308 for 160 pounds of fresh, organic, pure and holy produce sent, delivered to my house. And then there’s methods
that they have listed that we can use to break up their little pretend styrofoam. So, I feel like this is a good deal. Talk to me in the comments below. Let me know what ya think. Also, as I mentioned if you use my link in the description below, you will get 25% off your first order and it doesn’t have to be two big boxes it could be the one average person box. And I think I get 25% off? I guess the biggest thing is, you know, some fruits and veggies stretch you. Like I looked on their list this week of possible things you’ll get in your box and they have prickly pear. I don’t think any of
these are prickly pear. The prickly pears in the pictures (laugh) looked particularly prickly. I wouldn’t know what to
do with prickly pear. Oh, let me show you this
too while I have ya. My friend, this was sittin here I’ve been meaning to show it, and so mines well show it in this video. My friend, Jennifer Fudge,
over on the Family Fudge, sent me this fun box of, it’s her Bunches and Lunches, lunch kit. I love her Bunches of Lunches stuff, we are definitely gonna use this with some of our lunches. Look Amelia, there’s like little eyes, (laughing) little eyes
you can put on the foods. These are super cute and
there’s the family right there. I’ve met Mr. And Mrs. Fudge in real life. Oh yes I did, I met them last year. Should we go ahead and
open this real quick? This will be linked. I believe she’s selling
these through Amazon. Oh, Amelia. – It’s a little bag.
– Oh, oh it’s a little bag. Cute, okay, so this is
the Bunches of Lunches Bento Box, maybe sayin that wrong, lunch for kids. Insulated kids lunchbox with fun sandwich and veggie cutters. Oh and on the front, look at that, it says Bunches of Lunches. This is exciting to me because when Jennifer and I got to hang out last year we were talkin about products. And I was like Jennifer, girlfriend, you gotta get yourself some products. Jennifer has got herself some products. Oh, look at this, this is precious. Fun lunches, bunches of lunches, oh my goodness. Lots of fun lunch ideas. – Is this a girl one? – This is mommy’s friend, Miss Jennifer. Isn’t this awesome? I think it’s a pink bag, but oh, look at this, okay, so, so many, like this thing is jammed packed. Is this not jammed packed with fun stuff? Okay, these are the fun little eyes. Little cute, oh Amelia, it’s a fork – Oh it’s a spork!
– Or a knife or a spoon! – Wait, I don’t see the knife. – The knife would be
this little edge here. – Oh, – Isn’t that precious? Oh my goodness, all the stuff
that mom’s who aren’t me do. Look at these cute little cups. You can put like little
raspberries and stuff in them. We got these little cups. – They’re so cute. – Amelia approves. Look at these.
– I might pass out. – You might pass out. These are where she cut, I think are cute little sandwich shapes. Different little sandwich cutters, Amelia, heart sandwiches. Hearts. – I might pass out. – Amelia might pass out. More sandwiches! Oh my goodness, dinosaur sandwich cutter. – One here, one hear
– You, listen to this, you get two dinosaurs out of every sandwich. I’m gonna teach the
kiddos how to use this. Because I was thinking this year for lunches…
– Oh, there’s boxes. – There is, I’m gonna show the boxes. I was thinking this year for lunches
– Oh mommy, mommy. – I know, I know, I know look here at the pictures of the lunches, you can see all the cute ideas. Isn’t that precious? I was thinking this year for lunches, besides having our freezer meals ready to go for lunches,
– my legs are shaking – Your legs are shaking? And all our fruits and veggies that I was going to put
the kids in a rotation where everyone gets a turn
to make lunch one day a week and then that’s just good
life skills training. Look at these cute little, I guess you just stick
them in your little food. Isn’t that precious?
– Oh I know what those are! – Huh huh
– There’s those stuff you stick in your fruit and make them look cute
– Uh, yeah, like this. Okay, and then we have
this cute little box. – Can I make lunch?
– Can you make lunch? Amelia’s gonna go make lunch now. We actually gotta go make dinner. But this gonna be fun.
– Then can I make lunch for dinner? – We will see, we will see, we will see. But let’s get it all packed up now. Okay friend, so, there’s a
little added bonus for you, Amelia (laughter) Miss Jennifer, Miss Amelia
loves your lunchbox kit. So, moms I guess that’s a a sign to head on over to Amazon get yourself a lunch kit. And this is little cute lunch notes. Aren’t those precious
– Oh we can draw a dolphin.
– You could, yes. So that gives us a lot to chat about in the comments below. Okay that’s it, let’s
chat, comments, bye, bye.

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100 thoughts on “πŸ€”GOOD DEAL? 160 POUNDS of ORGANIC FRUITS & VEGETABLES for $240 to $308 a Month???”

  1. Elizabeth Mattinson says:

    I know I can get fruits & veggies for less where I live, there are lots of farmers markets selling their produce. I love the lunch box/kit from Jennifer…your kiddos will have a ball with it!! TFs πŸ™‚

  2. Caroline Cracco says:

    That’s a great deal!

  3. CinnamonGirl'sCafe says:

    If you don't use any of your peppers right away, I wash them up and put in zip bags or containers for use later! Peppers freeze well. You can pull out what and when you need. Hope this helps! Kathy from California!

  4. Robyn Boudreaux says:

    I love when you say "it's already gone, I don't know why were even talking about it." Haha! So cute! And True!! Xoxo

  5. Faylina Meir says:

    those are called shisito peppers πŸ™‚ they're really good if you just stir fry them and add a little soy sauce!

  6. Alexandra Cabrera says:

    Do u take vitamins

  7. Margaret Crane says:

    Not okra.

  8. Birrdlover says:

    Make Brazilian lemonade with the limes!

  9. vickie butler says:

    Wow all the produce looks really good.

  10. Tiffany Hale says:

    I've been wanting to try this for a while now. This was a good excuse to give it a go. Lol.

  11. Cathy Brown says:

    Being from Alabama, I love collards.

  12. Odalis Evaristo says:

    With a big family have y’all thought about doing your own garden ?

  13. Angie Chiazzese says:

    Pasta ala Norma, is a eggplant and tomato pasts, delicious – if you looking for a veg night option

  14. This Roth Tribe says:

    I think the veggie surprises would stretch me and be fun, but the fruit unpredictability would be harder for us since we eat 30lbs of bananas every 10 days, 20lbs of apples every 2 weeks, and 6-9 lbs of oranges in 2 weeks… mixed with any berries or other fruits in season or on sale.

  15. Alina13 says:

    I think Costco is cheaper.

  16. 5 Ladies and a Hobby Farmer says:

    Amelia is Killin' me. She is so darn cute!!!!

  17. johanna says:

    Not to sure about these box's I know I would need to get more potatoes than what was in the box and less of the odd looking peppers. You will still be ordering other fruit ie banana soft fruit and other veg add all that to the total. Don't think it's a good deal

  18. Nicole O'Connell says:

    Looks good! I tried them last Spring when they first came to my area and it was hit or miss. I figured I would give it some more time to work out any issues in a new shipping area and try again.1

  19. Emily B says:

    I do misfit market but a only the small one every other week cause it’s for one. It’s really fun I find that I’m having more meatless dinners cause I have different kinds of veggies to work with than I would think to pick up at the grocery store.

  20. Landon Yarborough says:

    How is it they deliver to her rural house, but living in metro Atlanta, it’s unavailable for me πŸ˜‚ oh well I’m sure they’ll expand soon. Love this review! Thank you!

  21. Gloria Ford says:

    Too expensive & not practical for a big family…..you're still going to end up buying more produce. A few potatoes makes no sense, or a few of anything for that matter. This would never do for your freezer meals. Amelia is a little doll!

  22. ahamatmabrahman says:

    looks like they could have given you a lot more potatoes. The lettuce will be gone fast and the apples and pears You might run out of greens very quickly and I wouldn't want to spend any more in the week for more green groceries.

  23. ahamatmabrahman says:

    maybe it would be fun to grow a few veg

  24. Poppy Nasserali says:

    Hello how are you all doing lately god bless you and your family

  25. Stacey Grier says:

    I enjoyed the video.

  26. Poppy Nasserali says:

    A prikley pear is a cacktus and it's a fruit and very good

  27. Tiffany Bedker says:

    So bummed its not offered in my area

  28. R D says:

    Sad day. Its not available to ship to my area.

  29. Lamandra Broyles says:

    The first time I want to order something from a referral, it’s not in my area 😫

  30. Jessica Finn says:

    Amelia is just the cutest!

  31. Kate hill says:

    30% off with the referral code

  32. Kate hill says:

    Even full price this is an excellent deal! I spend $3-4 for a bag of two organic bell peppers, that’s about $8-10 in tomatoes, lettuce is $4, pears is $8-10.

  33. Gladys Yadira Gonzalez says:

    Awww man what a great deal. They aren't in my Area yet. We live in San Diego California 🌞

  34. Theresa Saylor says:

    My mom gets this. We love it! She gets every other week. All the different stuff, u get to make something different! Great price for organic fruits/veggies!

  35. Carmen Hernandez says:

    Dear Jamerrill–ThoseΒ are turnip greens.Β  πŸ™‚ They are delicious raw and have a peppery taste.

  36. Life with Sue and Jen says:

    Was going to purchase but not in my area. πŸ˜‘

  37. Cece Rye says:

    Those shishito peppers are great. If you plan on searing them in a pan, make sure you poke a small slit in each of the peppers with your knife, otherwise sometimes they can pop while cooking. I learnt that lesson the hard way my first time making them.

  38. One Mama To Another says:

    Our local community kitchen does a similar program. I pay $35 for 40-45lbs of fresh produce and it includes a recipe that uses some of of items which is nice. We have a new app in Canada called Flash Food where local grocery stores put almost to date items and you can buy them for cheap. It's been great- cheap 'left over' produce. Win-win! I juice my citrus and freeze them in icecube trays so I have portions frozen on hand when I need them.

  39. Sheila Perl says:

    Wonderful boxes of veggies and fruit, I wouldn’t know what to do with the little peppers, I hope you will share what you do with them, I love the Family Fudge!

  40. Becky Smith says:

    The biodegradable packaging makes for a great science lesson. (I’m a science teacher by the way.)

  41. Baker’s Acres says:

    I love Bunches of Lunches like Amelia……..except I have about 45 years on her! Lol.

  42. MintForTheRuse Jamila says:

    My son and I can’t wait to check out that lunch kit! How cute! πŸ’•πŸ’«

  43. Corinne Davis says:

    "Eat chocolate, I love vegetables" Thank you for giggles and erasing the negative out of my day.

  44. Jenny Benners says:

    All the fruit looks like the perfect size for kids! I know mine have trouble finishing apples & pears sometimes.

  45. Robyn H says:

    Why not join a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), with that you buy a share of veggies/fruits from local farms. Supporting local farmers. Depending on the size share you get, it can be pretty economical. This is a fun idea too tho!

  46. Sarah Horn says:

    Amelia is so cute! Beautiful like Mommy πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

  47. Barbara Ketchum says:

    I love misfits market!! It is just my husband and me, so we get the small box every other week. I noticed that some items tend to go south quickly… especially green and eggplant. That's just more incentive to eat it up!

  48. lorrie wolfe says:

    It just don't seem like it's worth all that money. It seems like you get more when you shop, plus you get the fruit the kids really like. πŸ™‚

  49. Julie Oliver, says:

    The first box you had all the makings of salsa.

  50. Carol Deemer says:

    I think it's an awesome deal. Saves you time and gas by having it delivered to your house. I will have to talk to my daughter about trying this deal. Would be so nice to have it delivered and can always figure out how to add to our meals with kids in after school activities and winter just around the corner.

  51. Briony Byrnes says:

    "I might pass out" 🀣🀣 oh she cracks me up.

  52. Emelia Sanders says:

    I live in New Zealand, one of the main supermarkets here sells their slightly different produce under 'The Odd Bunch' marketing and we always buy it. Have never had a dud and most of the time don't know why they are there rather than being sold as normal produce. But to be paying less for things we would buy anyways and saving waste – we are happy!

  53. Sarah Siskin says:

    These boxes have more than I thought they would. Wow. Impressive

  54. JennyWinters says:

    It seems a bit expensive and not enough of one thing to cook for a large family. But it is pretty.

  55. Cindy Lagow says:

    We do something similar called Imperfect Produce. We look at our list of items and the prices before our delivery. We will decline some items because i know i can get the same thing at the grocery store for less money.

  56. Melissa McClain says:

    Awesome Video! So many yummy fruits and veggies 😊 I enjoy watching The Family Fudge Bunches of Lunches as well! Amelia Is too cute πŸ’œπŸ’œ

  57. Tidy tots but Mom’s not says:

    The little shishido peppers taste a lot like green peppers and you can eat them raw, but about 1 in 10 in SPICY HOT and you can’t tell by looking at them which is hot or not. Your older kids/teens might think it’s fun, like nature’s version of Beanboozled, but I wanted to warn you, especially for your little ones! πŸ™‚

  58. angela lowe says:

    You can make a limeade drink. We chop and freeze peppers, tomatoes, and onions. We also love to make sheet pan dinners using chopped potatoes and roasted vegetables. Everything looks delicious.

  59. Life on Hosack Hill Farm says:

    shishito peppers. saute them on a cast iron skillet and when they are blackened, toss them with salt and olive oil. Then EAT THEM

  60. Michele Hammond says:

    Thank you so much. I ordered my first box with your code.

  61. Ciara & Stephen Cassady says:

    All the veg and fruit!

  62. Content Omnivore says:

    Awesome! Great for meal prepping.

  63. Edith Hall says:

    I am so glad Amelia didn't pass out! πŸ˜πŸ’—

  64. Life With Vicki says:

    This is a good idea. I may try this. I tried coshare boxes from farmers before. Those were nice but I needed more produce. It just wasnt enough and they didnt offer the option for add on unless I ordered from them separately and that had a minimal amount required. Unless i was going to buy a cow, i didnt need anything else. I'll check this out!

  65. capt.sandy Vagoo says:

    Shishito peppers!!!!! You got great items!

  66. Whisler Family says:

    I love mystery boxes! πŸ˜€. It’s always fun to make your mind work a little harder for your meals, especially when you get stuck in a routine menu.

  67. Barrie Nimitz says:

    Doesn't look like 40lbs of produce, maybe you should weigh it to be sure you are getting what you paid for.

  68. nic c says:

    The pepper looks like the spanish pimiento de padron which generally are not spicy but ever one in a bag is super hot, but maybe they are too long to be that.

  69. Anna's Fam Life says:

    Fun! I was planning to try misfits in a few months when the farmer's market closes for the winter. I didn't know they have a list of possible products. Thanks for sharing!

  70. Angela Currier says:

    Thanks 4 the code, just ordered my box!

  71. Julia Perry says:

    Looks delicious! I think this is a winner but we don't have this offered here. We have farmer's markets on the side of the road randomly so hard to plan in the same way but meets me with ideas as soon as I pullover to buy the items. You are very blessed. I have recipes just for bruised/etc. fruits and veges and use them often in lots of recipes. A lot of them I freeze until ready to use where possible. I think this is a winner and I hope you go for it!

  72. Mary Reynolds says:

    I love both these ideas..Bunches of lunches, so cute! I can see how the kids can have bunches of fun!

  73. TheL3Powerstation says:

    I’ve become such a frozen veg freak, that I’m not sure I can be saved. It all looks beautiful!
    Also, you’ve inspired me to do a YT video about internet bullies, after you received flack over a name. You get some rest, mama. It’s your Labor Day too.

  74. Kimmy Kakes says:

    All I was thinking the chickens mouth is about to be on πŸ”₯πŸ” from the jalapeΓ±os πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  75. Andong Liu says:

    Those peppers you thought were jalapenos should be shishito peppers. Sautee them till they are lightly blackened, salt + pepper, done. They taste great and are rarely spicy.

  76. Kendra Goings says:

    This would seriously solve all my produce problems in a town with extremely high produce prices but they dont deliver here πŸ™

  77. Pennies And Salt says:

    I’m so upset, had it in my cart ready to go and they don’t deliver to our area yet 😩

  78. Catrina Mcgill says:

    Sorry if this sounds disrespectful it isnt I dont understand why these imperfect fruits veg cant be bagged and given to those in need instead of making massive profits seems anything to make a pound sorry but of a rant

  79. Hayley Tuluauau says:

    Absolutely love your videos ❀️❀️ good deal to me thank u for sharing and your little helper did a good job xx

  80. SusanKaiser Bundick says:

    I love that. You could do a lot with those fresh things

  81. michelle hamlin says:

    I would do a salsa! May need more tomatoes and spices but you got peppers, limes, onions, garlic. limes and lemons go fast in our home due to recipes and adding them to water.

  82. Cindy Ings says:

    We have a new local App called "Flash Food" where we can get fresh produce in boxes for $5, and I am excited to start using this. We are soon moving where I'll be in a larger town which has the super market that features this app, and I can use it. I think this is amazing. It makes accessibility and affordability of fresh produce a convenience for everyone, not just those with higher income.

  83. Clarissa Lee says:

    Just a suggestion but why not do a garden? You could always plant just what your family eats and involve the kids! If I had more time I would do a garden!

  84. Barbara Morfi says:

    Love your videos. Even though I do not have a large family like you I habe gotten some wonderful dinner ideas and have tweaked it to fit my family.

  85. Kelsey Bussanmas says:

    Boo. πŸ™ I wish they were in our area.

  86. Kanook says:

    Just curious on you big hauls why you never use any coupons? wouldn't they save a ton? or just no time?

  87. Thomas Anthony says:

    Look up how to ferment peppers. It’s just dice up the peppers cover them in saltwater brine wait them so they don’t float. You’ll be in pepper heaven. Also with the collards look up diva can cook recipe with apple wood smoked sea salt oh my gosh.

  88. 123sphynx says:

    Try in perfect produce. I think its cheaper

  89. Trisha G. says:

    If you're never had prickly pears you're missing out ! Wear gloves cut both sides of top and bottom but a slit through the middle and pull the sweet fruit out . DELICIOUS . TASTE LIKE WATERMELON AND KIWI

  90. Eve M says:

    Wow that's alot way to much for us only hubby n I…πŸ˜€

  91. Liz Bolick says:

    Great deal

  92. Tamson Darland says:

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    Ideas:
    **You could dehydrate some of the produce.
    **You could peel and slice up apples. Then toss with lemon juice. Then freeze for later uses
    ** You could slice up green peppers, onions, peppers. Then freeze in portions for use in stir fries for later dishes.
    ** You could make baked pears.
    ** You could make baked apples
    ** You could make stuffed peppers. Just cut in half each pepper.
    ** You could make eggplant parmesan.
    ** You could make vegetable shish kabobs on grill with meat.

  93. Val Peach says:

    I have been using misfit market since March. Only 2 adults in my home. We get the small box everything other week. I have tried a lot of things I would not have bought. Big Fan!!!

  94. Alicia Hart says:

    Misfits is not available in my area πŸ™

  95. Kiefer Adventures says:

    We will definitely be ordering this and trying it out when it's available in our area. I ordered with another similar company a few times but it didn't stay fresh long at all. You'll have to let me know how this one does for you.

  96. xoxladytaatoechips says:

    How do you not know the difference between a peppers and okra!

  97. linda estep says:

    A good way to eat egg plant is to bread it and fry it up in 1/2 slices and dip in homemade ranch. Mm sooo yummy!

  98. Laura Hafner says:

    Chili lime chicken would be delicious! Great way to use those two ingredients.

    I think this is a great idea. All that food would be thrown out, which is just disturbing to me. So many people don’t have access to affordable produce, let alone organic. Plus all the biodegradable materials shows an attention to detail.
    The discount is actually 30%! That’s a decent discount!

  99. Kristen Carver says:

    The poor chickens didn’t know what was coming when she gave them the jalapeΓ±oπŸ˜‚

  100. K S says:

    That looks amazing. I just went to order but they are not selling in Houston TX

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