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A Review of a Wildgrain Subscription Box

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Recently, I heard about an artisan baked goods company called Wildgrain,  the first bake-from-frozen delivery service for sourdough breads, artisan pastries, and fresh pasta, who offers a Wildgrain Subscription Box.  The idea sounded intriguing, but my standards for artisan breads and fresh pastas are high, since I have been known to make them myself (Semonlina Sesame Artisan Bread, anyone? And let’s not forget “How to Make Homemade Pasta in Your KitchenAid Mixer“).

A picture of Wildgrain's Sourdough Rosemary Garlic Loaf

Sourdough Rosemary Garlic Loaf: so crusty, and so much flavor!

 But to be perfectly honest, I don’t often have time to make those kinds of recipes from scratch. And it’s not just time that’s the issue. It’s also the inclination that I lack, now that the kids have moved out, and I’m often only cooking for two. 

Why I’m Reviewing The Wildgrain Subscription Box:

Wildgrain offered me the opportunity to review one of their subscription boxes for free, and I jumped at the chance. I am, in fact, a Wildgrain affiliate, so if you order a subscription box from them using my link, I’ll earn a bit.

We had recently bought an alleged loaf of “artisan bread” at our local and most favorite produce stand, a place we love, because they always have the best stuff! But much to our disappointment, the bread which they said had just been delivered was flavorless, and dry, and it tasted of regret. NOT ALL breads claiming to be “artisan breads” actually taste great. Maybe you’ve experienced that same kind of disappointment yourself?

Slow-Fermented 3 Seed Loaf

I love the various flavors and textures you get from the different seeds in the Slow-Fermented 3 Seed Loaf.


You know I try to only recommend great products. Well, Wildgrain comes with my heartfelt and sincere recommendation.  Every single product we tried of theirs either met or exceeded our high expectations!

What Came in Our Wildgrain Subscription Box: 

A picture of the contents of my May subscription box from Wildgrain.

What was in my May Subscription Mixed Box from Wildgrain.

We received the Mixed Box, which contained bread + pasta + pastries. (Alternatively, you can order the Bakery Box, which contains no pastas. Only bread + pastries.)

My box was shipped to me in May, and here’s what came in the May Box: 

  • 1 Sourdough Loaf
  • 1 Slow-Fermented 3 Seed Loaf
  • 1 Sourdough Rosemary Garlic Loaf
  • 1 Fresh Tonnarelli Pasta
  • 1 Fresh Fettuccine
  • 6 Blueberry Biscuits
  • 4 Croissants

Each and every item we tried was a delicious delight. And we’ve tried all of them so far, except for the croissants, and the sourdough loaf. (Maybe we suffer from the old Saving The Best Till Last syndrome?)

Simple, Clean Ingredients: 

I know many of you care deeply about the ingredients that are used in your foods, so here’s what my research into Wildgrain found. Their ingredients are:

  • clean
  • vegetarian
  • non-GMO
  • unbleached flour
  • no artificial colors
  • a great source of fiber

All of Wildgrain’s products are made with simple, high quality ingredients. According to Wildgrain’s website, the slow fermentation process of sourdough digests the majority of  the gluten in the their breads. Sourdough breads contain lactic acid, which allows you to absorb more nutrients. They also contain prebiotics, which help keep your gut biome healthy. 

Love the Convenience of a Wildgrain Subscription Box!!!

The best part about a Wildgrain Subscription Box is its convenience. I love not having to make a special shop at my favorite artisan bakery, because I have great artisan bread just waiting to be baked in my freezer!

Each Wildgrain product requires no thawing, and can be on your table, ready to serve, in 25 minutes. Which is awesome! No figuring in thawing time!

A picture of Wildgrain's packaging, which is eco-friendly.

Wildgrain’s packaging is eco-friendly.

One more bonus? Their packaging is eco-friendly.

And shipping is always free! 

Help Support Owners of Small Businesses

Wildgrain is based in Boston, but partners with small bakeries and pasta makers across the country, which allows you to support small business by your Wildgrain order. 

This fresh pasta is called tonnarelli. It’s slightly thicker than spaghetti, and it’s MARVELOUS! Just served it with a simple marinara, some parmigiana reggiano, and some fresh basil from my herb garden.

Can I Order Just One Box, and Then Stop My Subscription?

That’s one of the beauties of Wildgrain. You can pause or stop your subscription at any time! I love that. You’re not trapped into a long term commitment, unless you want to be. 

A plate of tonnarelli with marinara sauce.

Plated tonnarelli with marinara sauce. Fresh pasta is wonderful!!!

So if you want excellent quality, delicious sourdough artisan breads and pastries, as well as scrumptious fresh pastas,  shipped to your door, where you can store them in your freezer, to use at your convenience, whenever you’re in need of something delicious, I strongly suggest you give Wildgrain a try. 

To order your first Bread Subscription Box, click my link! 

And if you want to do me a favor and share this pin on Pinterest, I’d be EVER so grateful! 

Wildgrain Subscription Box Pinterest Pin

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Friday 9th of February 2024

You can always tell when someone gets paid to write a review. Yes the part that doesn't burn or stays frozen tastes ok. That's assuming it doesn't take 10 days to get and countless emails and phone messages ignored. It did finally come (they said they didn't have enough employees to process the orders but they have enough to process my payment. I follow the instructions to the letter (also I used to have a dessert and catering business so not user error). Buy the time it was thawed enough to eat (even after letting it sit) it was burnt. I asked for a refund/ replacement and no surprise, no response to my email. Reviews on Reddit confirm terrible customer service. If you're lucky enough to get yours on time, not crushed, and actually baked properly that's great. Not the experience of a lot of people. Think I'll just find my ambition and start baking again.

Susan Williams

Sunday 18th of February 2024

Dear Sandra, I'm sorry your experience with Wildgrain was negative. I have received two boxes from them, and had EXCELLENT experiences with every product they sent me. Just to set the record straight: I was NOT paid to write a review. I was sent product, but NOT told what to write. My experiences were EXACTLY as written.

Despite your experience in your dessert and and catering business, the package directions CLEARLY state NOT to thaw their products, so perhaps that's why you ended up with burnt results.

But by all means, find your ambition, and start baking again. It's hard to beat homemade baked goods.

Wishing you all the best,