Try The World In The Comfort Of Your Own Home!
When Kat and David first met, they discovered their shared passions for two things above all else: travel and food. Back from their trips, they’d swap stories about the most memorable meals they experienced abroad. They’d fantasize about recreating their favorite dishes at home in the US. But amidst this reverie, they grew frustrated with the limited availability of the foods they had discovered abroad upon their return home to the US.
Thus was born Try The World: a ticket to the foods and cultures of the world delivered to your doorstep. It would be the perfect way to experience the world through food without boarding a plane—or paying for the ticket.
This month’s box is from Thailand.
This gives you an introduction and recipes to use all your goodies in.
It cannot get any fuller!
Tom Yum soup has just the right balance of sour and spicy, it is also known for it medicinal purposes. The spices that are attached, pictured below, all come from a small village in Thailand. They make this easy to try.
This is a tea called Chaidim. Chaidim grows organic aromatics in northern Thailand to create healthful tea blends. The company’s focus on organic and sustainable agriculture ensures that their blends are not only delicious, but also healthful and therapeutic.
This is what it looks like inside, really pretty packaging.
This is soft dried jackfruit. The flesh of the jackfruit is starchy and fibrous and is a source of dietary fiber. The flavor is comparable to a combination of apple, pineapple, mango, and banana.
Jasberry Rice – Jasberry is a new variety of rice developed, over a decade , by one of the world’s finest rice science researcher. It is non- GMO, 100% organic and dark purple/ black in color. The name Jasberry reflects the properties of this special rice. ‘Jas’ reflects the delicioud taste of Thai jasmine rice, and ‘ Berry’ reflects the powerful antioxidants benefits, similar to those of berries. Jasberry is the delicious healthy rice! Jasberry’s special trait is its antioxidants offering, which has been tasted by a globally renowned nutrition lab to contain amazing levels of antioxidants such as Anthocyanin, Vitamin E and beta- Carotene. This is considered to be the highest among all rice.
A rice cracker is a cracker made from rice.
This is coconut flower syrup. This is used as a sweetener and is harvested from the nectar of flower of the coconut flower.
Red Curry Paste – The sauce is a key ingredient in many Thai dishes. It draws its distinctive flavor from a diverse list of ingredients, from lemongrass to chillies to coriander. Vegetarians might want to note, though, that it is made with shrimp paste.
These are coconut crispy rolls and wow they are soooo good. In Thailand when you give these cookies you are wishing them wealth. They have an orange flavor with a hint of coconut. Seriously I would have never tried this and I am so glad I did.
Order your today and Try The World!