Spices are the life of food. Are you mostly confused about where to buy the right spice for your food? Piquant Post attempts to solve this confusion by listing some great spices and recipes. Read on to know more about them and how the customers review them. Customer reviews are the best way to measure a company’s credibility.
Piquant Post, located in Palo Alto, California, sells aromatic ground spices and share recipes from different cuisines allowing one to make signature dishes. It was started in 2017 and ever since the spices are sold online and in some select stores. You can buy the spices as a one time purchase and on a subscription basis as well. There are three different plans to subscribe to. The first one is “Whet your palate”. It is paid month to month. In the second plan, you can pay once in 6 months altogether to keep the subscription alive. In the best value plan, you can directly go for the annual renewal option.
Each box delivered in the subscription contains 3-4 spice blends that are fit for around 4 meals each. These boxes also have fresh recipes with detailed shopping lists and include step-by-step cooking instructions. Each month the box is inspired by a different culture or country. In case you want to discontinue the subscription, they refund any unshipped items. It is recommended to cancel before the anniversary date to avoid being charged. Their shipments always ship on the 15th of each month. and they ship daily from the 15th through the 25th. They close the current month's cycle on the 25th. So, if an order is placed prior to the 26th you will receive the current month's box.
They sell spices from over ten to twelve regions like the Caribbean, Latin, African, Asian and middle eastern. For example, you can get garam masala, chat masala from the Asian category, Shichimchi Togarashi from the Japanese region and so on. People who are a fan of Mexican taste can buy Taco Elixir. They list flavours from different palettes like BBQ, chilly, smoky, spicy, tangy, and tingling! Each spice comes with a dedicated manual or product page that lists how the team creates the spice. They list the ingredients they use, the recipes in which you can use the spice and suggest spice blends. Their recipes are equally detailed with ingredients, steps to cook and special notes. You can find content for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and nut-free diets. For instance, they have recipes for vegan Chaufa, Peri-peri skirt steak, and grilled chicken.
Have you ever tried to bring taste to your food using their recipes and spices? Share with us your experience and feedback as it can guide many! You can also look for the reviews other customers left and decide if you should subscribe to their services. Check if the recipes are detailed enough to be followed and converted into amazing signature dishes. Happy cooking!