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Should You Sign Up for Meal Delivery?


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Should You Sign Up for Meal Delivery?

Carolina Sanchez

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It seems like everyday there is a new, colorful flyer in my mailbox touting the simplest, healthiest, most user-friendly service offering fresh, home cooked meals for a variety of diets, delivered right to your door. Sounds like a no brainer, right? The difficulty is in the choice. With so many companies to choose from, how can we really know which ones are worth trying (and spending money on)? When it comes to meal delivery, there are many factors to consider, including cost, taste, ease of preparation, frequency, and dietary options (vegan, gluten free, etc.). It can get overwhelming to research them all, and pricy to try them all. Luckily, the team at has tested the plans and put together a great guide to help you choose between some of the top companies. You can read the full article here.

Meal delivery services can offer convenience for hectic schedules, a way for people to get more involved in the kitchen and even a way to transition to a new lifestyle. So, let’s take a closer look into what meal delivery entails.



For many people who work long hours or simply do not like cooking, prepared meals can offer a convenient solution. As someone who has lived in New York City, I often found myself walking around all day, spending hours shopping for groceries, only to get home too exhausted to cook anything. Or perhaps you work super long hours and all you want to do when you get home is kick back and relax. If your lifestyle resembles either of these even remotely, then meal delivery may be a good option to get fresh, healthy meals on a consistent basis.

  Purple Carrot’s shiitake-tofu stir-fry. Photo credit:

Purple Carrot’s shiitake-tofu stir-fry. Photo credit:

Learning to Cook

Learning to cook is an invaluable life skill, and some meal delivery plans can help you hone in on your inner chef. There are companies that send out meal kits with simple recipes and the ingredients already in the right amounts, so all you need to do is follow the recipe and voila! This can be a great way to learn some new recipes and have the convenience of having all of the ingredients on hand and already measured for you. The result is a new, more confident you in the kitchen with some new, gourmet recipes under your belt. Cool beans!


Transitioning to a New Lifestyle

Oftentimes when people switch to a new diet or want to change their lifestyle to eat a certain way, they have no idea where to begin or what to prepare. Getting meals delivered to your door that already fit your new lifestyle can help navigate the waters, at least initially. It can also help you build a foundation and if you choose the meal kits where you prepare the food yourself, you can learn some new recipes along the way.  Having already portioned meals can also help people who tend to overeat at meals, which can ultimately help with weight control and maintenance.

So, if you have ever thought about signing up for a meal delivery service, I hope this article has been helpful. To get more juicy details on all of the best meal delivery services, head over to for the full scoop.