Pan-Seared Cod with Roasted potatoes and Parmesan Roasted Squash
-Specific choices for dietary considerations: vegetarian, pescatarian, etc. *though this still needs improvement based off the many dietary concerns of our society
-Easy to follow directions with pictures
-Healthy, balanced meals
-A gourmet touch: This was fun on random days of the week
-Portion size: I like to have dinner leftovers for lunch the next day, but the package for 2 was simply that
-Cost: ~60/month, working out to ~$10 per meal per person
-Storage: You do have to have enough space in your fridge to house ingredients for 3 meals at one time (for some this may not be as difficult as others)
Overall: Blue Apron was a fun experience, but I feel as though I can prepare my own meals for a lower cost aka more bang for my buck. However, for some the price is worth not having to think about what to cook or measuring it out. I loved the convenience factor, but right now it can't fit into my budget on a regular basis.
Have any of you tried a similar service? What are your thoughts?