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Wildgrain Review: Fresh Bread, Pasta, and Pastries at Home + $10 Off [2022]

If there’s anything the sourdough craze taught us, it’s that there’s nothing better than fresh-baked bread, am I right? The smell of bread baking, filling your house is one of life’s greatest gifts. But baking fresh bread isn’t always the easiest thing to do. It can be time-consuming to get to the finished product… and that’s where Wildgrain comes in.

I was so excited to learn about this delivery service. Fresh baked bread is such a luxury. It’s warm, inviting, delicious… and the perfect complement to any meal. It also feels like eating out (bread baskets anyone?!). This Wildgrain Review will cover everything you need to know about the service and my experience with it.

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Wildgrain Review: Fresh Bread, Pasta, and Pastries at Home

What is Wildgrain?

Wildgrain is a subscription service that delivers fresh, artisanal bread, pasta, and pastries to your doorstep.

The company was founded by Johanna and Ismail who were looking for clean, high-quality carbs and breads for their family. Instead of buying stale and overly-processed carbs at the grocery store, they opted to make their own slow-fermented and nutritious recipes.

They now partner with small and artisanal bakeries across the country to bring Wildgrain right to your door! It’s a win-win-win all around.

Their ingredients are clean and almost all organic. They do have a few ingredients are not organic but they do their best to source the highest quality available.

Pros and Cons of Wildgrain

After testing out a box of Wildgrain products, I want to share in my experience what I think the pros and cons are.

Wildgrain Pros

  • Everything in the box comes frozen and is stored frozen.
  • You get free sourdough rolls for life when you sign up!
  • Everything is bake-it-yourself and goes from the freezer directly to the oven.
  • They have everything from sourdough to croissants to pasta to cookies.
  • Every membership purchased donates 6 meals to those in need.
  • All of their products are vegetarian, made without artificial colors, and are non-GMO.
  • No need to thaw before baking means you hardly have to prep!
  • Shipping is free!
  • Manage your subscription online easily by skipping or pausing orders.
  • Their items come from small bakeries that and responsibly sourced.
  • Their items are high quality and don’t include unnecessary ingredients.

Wildgrain Cons

  • Everything needs to be stored frozen so you need space in your freezer.
  • You can’t customize your box but there are two different box options.
  • Cooking time is 25 minutes and it needs to rest for another 20 so the total time is about an hour once you include pre-heating the oven.
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Ordering From Wildgrain

How Much Does Wildgrain Cost?

They have two box options: The Bakery Box or The Mixed Box.

Both boxes are $89 with free shipping. You can save $10 on your first box making it only $59 with free sourdough rolls with code GENTWENTY10.

With the code, each item is about $8.40 which is an amazing deal for fresh breads. Most sourdough loaves can run anywhere from $9-$15, depending.

You may always skip a delivery, change your delivery frequency, or cancel your membership online. It’s really easy and simple to do.

As a family of four, my family took about six weeks to go through everything in the box. We aren’t having these items every night but they are great to meal plan around!

We used our loaves on the side of pasta and as sandwich bread.

Where do they ship?

Wildgrain currently ships to the continental United States. They do not ship to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico at this time.

How is it packaged?

Their shipments are sent in an insulated cardboard box. It is shipped with dry ice. The amount of dry ice is calculated based on your location. As with dry ice, make sure not to touch it when unpacking the box.

This is a common way to ship frozen goods. Dry ice is light which is better for shipping practices. Everything in the box arrived frozen solid.

How do you bake them?

As you can see in the instructions below, you simple preheat the oven and put the loaf in. They bake for around 20 minutes, give or take. Then they cool outside of the oven for about 20 minutes to finish baking. It is really that simple to get fresh baked bread at home!

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Does Wildgrain have different subscriptions to choose from?

Yes! When you sign up for a Wildgrain subscription, you’ll pick between The Mixed Box and The Bakery Box.

Both options include loaves of sourdough bread and artisan pastries. The Mixed Box also contains pasta and some boxes contain croissants.

How much comes in each box?

The exact items will vary by season, but here is an example:

  • 1 sourdough country loaf
  • 1 sourdough whole wheat loaf
  • 1 sourdough harvest bread
  • 1 pack of fresh, hand-cut linguine pasta
  • 1 pack of fresh, hand-cut pappardelle pasta
  • 4 sourdough croissants
  • Bonus: sourdough rolls

So you get about 7 items in each box, including the bonus rolls.

Similar Services

From my research, similar services to Wildgrain are:

  • The Challah Box: Provides you with everything you need (minus eggs) to make challah bread from scratch. Runs about $45/month.
  • Breadista: Sends you everything you need to make German-style breads and pastries at home. About $45/month.
  • GoldBelly: Ships pre-made breads and pastries to you from bakeries around the United States. Price varies.
  • Bakerly: Ships ready to eat croissants, crepes, French pastries, and breads directly to your home. Price varies.

From what I can tell, there’s nothing else quite like Wildgrain on the market. Some of these boxes are make bread from scratch style and others are almost like a trip to the grocery store.

Wildgrain is committed to providing you with clean ingredients and delicious breads, pastas, and pastries.

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My Overall Thoughts

I honestly have nothing bad to say about Wildgrain. My family really enjoyed all of the items we had in our first box.

It’s nice that they’re frozen so you don’t have to worry about cooking them quickly. Bread can go bad fast so I like that you’re getting bread that is freshly cooked!

I also liked the pastas we had in our box. It was a nice, fresh change of pace from boxed pasta.

We had the cookies to share and also broke out the sourdough rolls one night when we had friends over. We served them with a homemade skillet chili and it was the perfect complement!

If I had to pick one thing I’d change, I’d like to be able to pick my items but to be honest, that’s really not an issue for us. We love fresh bread.

What Came In My Box

  • Sourdough bread loaf: You really can’t go wrong with a loaf of sourdough. This was perfection!
  • Sourdough rolls: We served these as a side to chili and they were amazing! I’d like to make sliders with them in the future.
  • Sourdough walnut bread: An interesting twist on sourdough!
  • Fettuccine: Being one of my favorite pastas, this was delicious! It cooked up perfectly al dente. I made it into a creamy lemon pasta.
  • Tonnarelli: Same as above, we really liked this! We enjoyed it with sausage and red sauce.
  • Slow Fermented 3 seed bread: We loved this as a sandwich bread!
  • Giant Chocolate Chip Cookies: These were such a treat and really good! I made the mistake of making them all at once. In the future I’d bake them 2-3 at a time!

I was really pleased with my experience with Wildgrain and will definitely be ordering again! This box and Hello Fresh are my top subscription boxes.

wildgrain review - fettuccine

Discount Code: GENTWENTY10

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I hope this Wildgrain review was helpful! Let me know if you try it, I’d love to know what you think!

About the Author

Nicole Booz

Nicole Booz is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of GenTwenty, GenThirty, and The Capsule Collab. She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and is the author of The Kidult Handbook (Simon & Schuster May 2018). She currently lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s probably hiking, eating brunch, or planning her next great adventure.

Website: genthirty.com


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