Another thing I love about Graze is that they tell you what you're getting once it ships and then you can go to your account after you try the snacks and rate them. It's a fairly simply rating scale - everything in their system is marked "try" when you start. Anything marked try will likely eventually show up. Anything you don't want or if you don't like the snacks you get can be marked "trash" and they won't send it to you. I did this before we even started getting snacks because I had to get wasabi peas off the list! Otherwise, I am generally up for anything because I'm not vegan and all of Graze's snacks are appropriate for vegetarians. There's an option to auto-trash anything with nuts, gluten, or dairy, anything that's not suitable for vegans, spicy foods, and even anything requiring a microwave! Because the packs are all made in the same facility, there is the possibility of cross-contamination for those with severe allergies, though. Your other options are "like," which means you will see the snack more often and "love," meaning you will have it sent regularly.
|Isn't it lovely? Who wouldn't want a box of tasty treats?!|
The first snack I tried was the Seaweed Rice Crackers, because I didn't think I would like them very much. I didn't. They're not bad if you like that kind of thing and my husband actually thought they'd be terrible and didn't mind them, but they're like little mini rice cakes and the only real flavor was chili, which isn't a favorite. I don't mind spicy so I haven't trashed all spicy snacks, but I usually like it mixed with pretzels. My husband said they were okay, but that wasn't enough of an endorsement to want them again, so I sadly selected "trash" on these. To each his own, though, because it was honestly a flavor preference more than anything. They were fresh and I'm sure lots of people would love them!
|Seaweed Rice Crackers|
|You can't really see the cranberries, but they're there!|
|Really - you can't go wrong with fruit.|
|Dear Ginger Fudge, I love you.|