This month I participated in another vegan food swap. I sent a box to Jackie at Vegan Yack Attack and I received a super fun package from Melissa at Vegan Fling! There was white pear tea, gluten free pizza crust, a bath bomb, kitty nip!, pumpkin seeds, almond butter, hazelnut butter (yes!), fruit leather and an oat bar.
She sent me quite the haul! There were a few non-food items too which are always fun!
She even sent me something local from where she lives! This was by far my favorite item in the swap box! So good! Now I’m thinking about buying a case of these for our road trip at the end of July!
I love the little card she sent too.
This tea is great! I never had the white pear tea, but I would buy this again. The subtle taste of pear is sweet enough without being overpowering!
There was even a surprise in the box of Miss Kitten!
I gave Juniper some cat nip a few months ago but she seemed shocked and appalled that I would ever try to offer it to her. She had the same reaction this time. Bad baby kitty! She’s a weird one. I had a wonderful vegan food swap though! Even though Juniper didn’t like the cat nip she had a good time sniffing the food that was in the box!
During the month of May I participated in a Vegan Food Swap. I first read about the swap via Vegan Yack Attack. I decided it would be fun to join in the vegan sharing!
Everyone who signed up for the swap was given the name and email address of someone to send a vegan swap package to. A different person was assigned to send you some goods. You can read more about the swap rules here.
I sent my package to Ashley of Season of the Vegan. The package I received was from Cheryl of Stuff You’ll Love. Oddly enough Cheryl is from the east coast, she screen prints and she’s from Seattle! That’s a girl after my own heart!
My package from Cheryl was awesome! Eric even got in on the awesome action.
My box of goods! There were crackers, craisins, Biscoff cookies, pins, stickers, seaweed snacks, tea, and my favorite…the brownie mix!
There was also this booklet with blank pages to write on inside. I loved the printing on the back…”Painstakingly hand-printed in Seattle, Washington.”
The brownies were by far the best brownies I’ve had since going vegan! I’ve tried a few different mixes and recipes and nothing really hit the spot. These little devils get the job done! They are pretty low in fat too!
I’m super happy I participated in the Vegan Food Swap and I can’t wait to do it again next month! Oh, and happy 600th blog post to me!