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Raw Spice Bar - Add a Little Spice to Your Life #SubscriptionBox

I was really interested in trying out the Raw Spice Bar subscription service. Although I don't use a whole lot of spices while cooking, I always like the challenge of trying something new.

What you can expect out of spice box is a very simple and easy process. You subscribe and when you do you get 3 to 4 ground spices that is enough to create three dishes for up to 12 people. You get three recipe cards (and can find more recipes online) and some history about the spice itself. Best of all, it's really inexpensive, you can purchase a subscription for $6.00/month.

Here's the spices I received below -

Saffron Threads
Mast-O-Khiar Herbs
Advieh Khoresh

This was part of their Persian spice box and it made me realize two things -

1) I really need to broaden my palate and start trying new cuisines for different reasons.
2) I'm not sure that broadening my palate should begin with me trying a very unfamiliar recipe!

I am not the most comfortable cook and the recipes included with these spices were pretty intimidating to me. So much so that I just haven't tried these spices yet!

But I want to give props to the more daring bloggers who did put in the effort to try something new and I want to recommend you take a look at the results of their meals. They do look good!

Piece of Cait - Raw Spice Bar Review

Love and Laundry

Overall, and based on subsequent monthly boxes of spices, I think this subscription service is perfect for the person willing to try brand new recipes, and wants to put in the time to make them and try them. This will definitely broaden your horizons if you are willing to take the risks! Visit their website at for more details.

Thank you to Raw Spice Box for providing me with this product in exchange for my honest review.


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