BAO/Bad Ass Organics: Best of BAO Sampler Review

BAO Cultured: Best of BAO Review and Giveaway

I have recently learned that fermented foods, such as kombucha, are ripe with health benefits. I have been curious about trying fermented foods without having to ferment the food myself. When I had heard about BAO Food and Drink (which stands for ‘Bad Ass Organics’) has created a line of flavorful sauces, vegetables, I knew I wanted to try them.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Bad Ass Organics. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a Best of BAO Sampler Pack that included –

The Tangy Slaw that included organic cabbage, organic daikon radish, organic carrots, organic green onion, organic apples, organic pears, organic garlic, organic ginger and salt.

The Giardiniera includes organic cauliflower, organic turnips, organic cabbage, organic daikon raddish, organic carrots, organic green onion, organic red peppers, organic apples, organic pears, organic garlic, organic ginger, organic spices and salt.

The liquid cultured vegetables include a Hot Boost, a Green Boost, a Red Ginger Boost and a Beet Boost. The Beet Boost reminded me of liquid beet and each of these need to remain refrigerated until consumed.

We plan to use the BAO-B-Que Sauce for chicken, although I anticipate it being quite flavorful.

The bottles of Kombucha were easy to drink, especially the Kombucha Hibiscus. We also tried the Original and the Kombucha Grape which also had the added probiotics.

Each bottle or jar of BAO is packed full of organic ingredients and probiotic bacteria. Each of BAO products are vegan and fermented, the process of fermentation harnesses the best nature offers. The fermentation uses salt and naturally forming fermented acids to encourage the growth of beneficial microorganisms (probiotics). These products have been shown to strengthen your digestive and immune system, as well as support and build the natural ecosystem in your tummy. Also, each of BAO’s products has no GMOs, and are certified organic.

If you have been wanting to try products that are fermented, this is a great opportunity – give BAO/Bad Ass Organics a try!

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GIVEAWAY: BAO/Bad Ass Organics is giving one Best of BAO Pack to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) Best of BAO Pack that will include the following: 2 bottles of Kombucha -12 fl oz, 1 Jar of Cultured Vegetables, 1 Sour K’Chup, 1 Cultured Hot Sauce – Original, 4 bottles of Cultured Energy boosts – This is a $42.95 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on March 1st (3/1/2018) to receive this best of pack! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by BAO/Bad Ass Organics. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

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43 thoughts on “BAO/Bad Ass Organics: Best of BAO Sampler Review

  1. John Smith

    “What is the most unique food you have ever tried?” I tried a tiny bit of an “escargot” at the Berghoff when I was ten. Snails are disgusting!

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  2. jberry

    My other half will eat anything, anything, so there is always some type of offal about.

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  3. Ryan Schenk

    The most unique food that I have ever tried was a roasted tarantula. Very unique.

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  4. Ashley B

    I haven’t tried anything too terribly interesting, but I do love me some kombucha!!

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  5. alicia h

    I eat a varied diet, but nothing too outrageous. I had prawns in Ireland. My hubby tried alligator once. I love ferments and they are great for you! Kombucha……Yum!!!

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  6. Amy D

    The most unique food I ever tried was kishka. It was yummy, but I don’t know what’s in it. I’m afraid to know what’s in it.

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  7. Jen D.

    I’ve tried a lot of unusual foods, but the two that stand out to me the most are escargot (which I didn’t care for) and calamari (I did like it one time out of the three times I’ve had it).

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  8. Maryann D.

    I really cannot eat unique food! I would say clams, and that is really not unique to most!

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  9. jenny

    We have an insectarium near us, and when we visit, we are always offered insects… to eat!

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  10. Jaque Richards

    The most unique food I have every eaten? Hmmm, escargot…snails, not my favorite meal. 🙂 Thank you.

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  11. Margot C

    I dunno, I’m from Louisiana where we make sausages out of alligator meat so I don’t know what anyone else calls odd or unusual food.

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  12. Judy Gregory

    I’m pretty open. Tried a ostrich dish at a convention. I hate to say I spit it out. Was told I needed to get use to it. I told them I ate ostrich meat all the time, there was something wrong with the sauce it was in.

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  13. Amy Sheets

    I think the most unique food I’ve ever tried was kimchi pancakes. They sounded completely unappetizing, but I LOVED them! Spicy and delicious!

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