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WORLDFOODS Review (& Coupon), Dinner & a Homeschool Lesson

Posted on: 08/23/2014

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I really love working with Moms Meet for sampling/review opportunities! This time they sent some tasty WORLDFOODS sauces for my family to try. While looking at the WORLDFOODS website, I realized that most, if not all of the products, would introduce my family to new flavors. I was happy to learn that this legendary pioneer in the Fusion & Asian industry has been using 100% natural ingredients in their products for over 20 years.

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Thai Galangal Lemon Grass, Indian Tandoori, Thai Green Curry & Malaysian Rendang Curry WORLDFOODS sauces

When something is new to us, we do an internet search to find out more about it. I realize just about everyone does this, but we as homeschoolers do a lot of internet searches! I like using Bing because it offers rewards for our endless searching (& referring, thanks in advance for using my link) and the ever-changing homepage is always educational!

The kids decided on the Indian Tandoori Marinade. While I began to prep chicken wings, Cookie searched for information about the history of Tandoori sauce. After discovering (from Wikipedia) that our sauce originated in a restaurant in New Delhi, India, he decided to try his hand at drawing the country’s flag while we talked about where India is located.

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Eleven year old's drawing of Indian flag

Mmmm, we could smell the wings cooking! The Tandoori sauce wafted through the whole house. If an Indian Tandoori sauce isn’t to your liking, WORLDFOODS has more than 60 other sauces, dips, and marinades all inspired by the tastes of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, China, and India. If dietary restrictions usually keep you from buying premade sauces, be sure to check out the “Free From” line which is all free of added oils, artificial preservatives/coloring/flavoring, dairy, gluten, GMOs, nuts, trans fats, & wheat making the range suitable for vegetarians, vegans & those with celiac disease or other common food allergies. To find WORLDFOODS sauces near you, visit their handy store locator. Be sure to print out this coupon for $1 off while you’re there!

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WORLDFOOODS Tandoori Chicken Wings

The wings were spicy, but delicious! I drizzled a bit of honey on top to cut the spice for our more sensitive family members (& also made a few plain wings, just in case). We can’t wait to try the other sauces and expand our tastes a bit more! If you’d like an opportunity to win a selection of WORLDFOODS sauces, be sure to like them on Facebook & enter their giveaway! You can also follow them on Twitter to keep up with their latest products and get exclusive access to discounts and special offers!

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Which sauce will you try first?

I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms MeetSM program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms MeetsSM blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Medai Group LLC or the manufacturer of the product.

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