Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hey, kids, here's another box. I didn't want to rush this one, but they have their new box coming out on Monday, the 16th. So I did want to rush this because I wanted you to be able to get in on the next box that's coming in. Yes. You're going to be able to win a globe in world kitchen box. I'm gonna make this one short. If you could please have do the entry. Follow the instructions for the entry. Um, by the 17th and I will be pulling a name. This all came in a nice, cute little box here, and it has a really cute sticker here. People who love to eat are always the best people. Julia Child. My favorite answer to the Post that I made on that was Duh. Of course, they're the best people. So anyway, the globe in World Kitchen, this was last month. The Newman facts going to be coming out is going to be called sustain. And I'll tell you a little bit more about that little little bit later on. So they went ahead and they sent me this. And once again, like every other one, it comes with your sort of, like menu of what there is. But look Oh, it also has ah recipe in there, so that's pretty awesome. So we're gonna go through this. It was packed like this in the box with There was lots of bubble wrap around the Taj gene on dhe. But anyway, here is the artists and roasted coffee from Nicaragua. Boca Java creates transparency through the food chain. They partner with small farms who practice responsible environmental stewardship and uphold fair trade principles. We are going to be making some kind of I'm thinking cookies with these with this coffee here. Now this This isn't included in the in the menu of things, but it is described in the next month one as a palm leaf basket from Mexico. This traditional tenant basket is made from discarded palm leaves by an indigenous well Hawkin, artisan artist sands on colored, using natural water born paints. Each basket can take up to six hours to weave, and I can see why that is true. It's truly a work of art. Very beautiful. And inside is all the yummy goody goodness is, this was bubble wrapped as well as like a foam wrapped each one separately from one another. This is a ah Fez mini T gene from Tunisia. Um, I can't pronounce the ceramic company. Lay Suk ceramic creates Seascape inspired stoneware from their Mediterranean workshop. Each pattern is painted freehand and colors are mixed in studio with lead free Cad Min Cadmium Sorry, I'm having issues pronouncing words today cadmium free on food safe ingredients. Now this is a tiny one. So I don't think I'm gonna be able thio cook anything in it. But when I looked it up, they cook meals and deaths. So it's a curious thing. I think I might actually put my Hawaiian salt there and have it on the side of my stove so that I can Sprinkle stuff, but we'll see what we're gonna do with that Next up is something that I'd never heard of before. Pure ground vanilla. I didn't know that vanilla came in a pure ground form. And this is from Madagascar. I gotta smell it. Mmm. Interestingly, it doesn't smell like vanilla. It smells like I want to say it's my house, like my alien boy. But anyway, um, Lefebvre works with independent smallholder farmers whose dents Okay, here's her aggro. Forestry systems mimic the ecology of a healthy forest. The holistic approach gives the vanilla. It's deep complexity in flavor. And I believe that this is used in the, um, the yogurt parfait. Um Yep, it sure is. Um that is included. You know the recipe that's included at the end of this, the next one is ink assault. And it's from the sacred Valley of Peru. Go. The salt of the sacred valley allowed the ancient Incas to preserve their food and expand their empire across the continent. Today, in Castle continues to empower providing a livable wage of wage jobs for today's I'm not even gonna attempt that word. Um, communities. Anyway, this is a pink salt affair. Ah, fine. Uhm pink salt here. And this is very similar to what I think we have here that we call ah, life salt, which we get from my auntie farms and on Cody. And I can't even break that that open. So I'm not gonna be able to show you, um, it. But you can let me see if I can focus in on that. Hang on just a second and well, it and I don't think it will. Um, anyway, there. Well, that's that. And the next thing up is I'm going to skip to the coconut sugar from Java, Indonesia, a CZ Big Tree Farms promotes a farmer friendly food production model that protects the planet. They teach sustainable agriculture old techniques for small scale growers, which supporting 14,000 family farms across 10 Indonesian islands and, of course, coconut palm sugar. I'm going to be able to use in something, and I can't wait to attempt to use this. I've never had coconut palm sugar before, so that's gonna be fun to play with. And the last thing we have in this beautiful basket it's not. It's a very nice size, you know. I mean, my whole hands, you know, it's like you can get the idea of the size of this basket just from that, and Kitty wants to come visit, but she's not gonna be able to This last part here is the hand woven kitchen towel, and this is from Antigua. Guatemala and the four brothers of El Tune have worked for the past 25 years to preserve their traditional method of weaving by creating hand woven textiles to share their homes around the world to share with homes around the world. This is absolutely beautiful. This is a Ming. I'm almost absolutely certain 100% cotton. And the weaving in this is just absolutely incredible. Yes, 100% cotton. Um, wash with cold water tumble, Dr Lo and it's made in Guatemala on it, says Green Heart. So that is what was in last month's Globe in World Kitchen. Let me please read you a little bit about this company. Um, they do have. Their subscription box is available for as low as $30 a month for a six month subscription as $35 for a month by month subscription. However, shipping is free to the U. S. Or $12 to Canada or $15 internationally. So this is one that does ship internationally. Um, unfortunately, you have to pay a little bit more toe, have it shipped to you. And like I said, the next month box that is going to be coming out is going to be called sustain. And it's going to also include this beautiful this beautiful basket here. It's going to have a at an Indian tote bag from India, obviously since I said it was an Indian tote bag. Ah, Coconut bull from Vietnam. Volcan. Oh, Bath can't read today. Volcano rice from Indonesia. Now that volcano rice, it makes me just want to freak out just a tiny bit. I just want to know all about that. So when whoever it is that wins, please let me know about that. When you get it cooked up, there's gonna be lip balm from Brazil and cocoa Nibs from Colombia. Um, and that will be in next month. And I am going to put some links down in the description box below to not only how to get to globe in, but also a, um, coupon code for you to get 25% off of your first fox. So now how do you enter to win? Let's think. I think you should probably tell me what you think is the most interesting thing that you found, you know? And that you like in this basket Did you love the basket? Did you love this beautiful hand woven towel? What about the coffee? More about the coffee or the salt, The regime or the sugar? I like how they put, like, you know, everything, you know? It's like it's like sugar, salt, vanilla, You know, it's just I don't know. I kind of enjoyed that anyway, um, and then just leave a comment below that you would like to be included in this strong. Like I said, it's gonna be a brief one. I'm gonna be pulling your name on the 17th. I'll be content contacting you directly on Good luck, my friends.