Kitchfix for Nutrition and Flavor Delivered to Your Door {Exclusive Little Lake County Discount}

Paleo Sesame Orange Chicken Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods
Paleo Sesame Orange Chicken
Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods

It’s not easy eating green.

It’s not easy eating clean.

It takes time to assemble a homemade meal and source local, organic, nutrient-dense ingredients.  If you throw in the added difficulties of a paleo, gluten-free, or dairy-free diet, you can clock some serious time in the kitchen.

Perhaps you’ve had a twinge of envy when you see  your co-workers drop a few coins in the vending machine, or the mom at soccer practice who was able to feed her kids in the car.  Not necessarily because you crave convenience food, but gosh darn it if they don’t have it so much easier!

Stop crying in your chia pudding.  There is a solution.

Kitchfix utilizes sugar-cane based, eco-friendly packaging that is safe for the oven and microwave. Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods
Kitchfix utilizes sugar-cane based, eco-friendly packaging that is safe for the oven and microwave.
Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods

Kitchfix (formerly CJK Foods) specializes in freshly prepared, ready-to-eat meals that are nutrient dense, locally sourced, organic, gluten free and dairy free.  Place your order online and they will deliver straight to your home, office or you can pick-up.

PALEO SCHMALEO. Don’t call this “diet” food.  In my mind, good food is good food.  If you are concerned about nutrition it simply doesn’t matter whether you’re paleo, gluten-free, etc. or not. Kitchfix meals are packed with superfoods that are good for your body, my body, EVERY body.  Each meal is made with love out of Chef Josh Katt’s kitchen, not a factory assembly line.  That’s love on a plate people.  Er… I mean, love in sugar-cane based, eco-friendly, microwaveable containers, but you get the drift.

Mustard Pork BBQ + Chickpea Fritters + Korean BBQ Burger + Herb-Roasted Grass-fed Beef Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods
Mustard Pork BBQ + Chickpea Fritters + Korean BBQ Burger + Herb-Roasted Grass-fed Beef
Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods
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Chef Josh Katt Image from kitchfix.com

Chef Josh Katt knows his way around the kitchen. Not only does he boast 12 years of restaurant experience, but he also worked as a personal chef for a family following the Anti-Inflammatory Diet which eschews processed food.  So when a Kitchfix meal comes across your table, you know you are getting the real deal.  No green-washing here. Just real food.

Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods
Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods

Here is a complete listing of Lake County zip codes within the Kitchfix delivery area.

60010; 60013 ; 60015
60035; 60040; 60044
60045; 60047; 60048
60060; 60061; 60069
60089; 60439; 60102

Currently, Kitchfix delivers to the North Shore, southern parts of Lake County and as far north as Libertyville and Mundelein.   Lake County residents outside of the delivery area need not fret for long as they plan to expand to the rest of Lake County in the future.  In the meantime, those who commute for work into the city can place their orders and pick-up their meals at one of many downtown Chicago hubs.  It’s the convenience of take-out without the MSG or trans-fats. Superfood to the rescue!

Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods
Image from facebook.com/cjkfoods

Kitchfix is now offering Little Lake County Readers an exclusive discount so you can try out their healthy, vibrant meals for yourself. Place an order and use coupon code: LAKE5 at your checkout for $5 off your order.
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For more information visit Kitchfix online.
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* Little Lake County thanks Kitchfix for being a socially-conscious company. 

 

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About Loralie 228 Articles
When Loralie isn’t out exploring with her two pint-sized adventurers you’ll often find her in front of her computer plotting to take over the world (or at least Lake County.) She appreciates good friends, good food, expensive shoes and parents who make two lanes in the drop-off/pick-up line at school. Her spirit animal is The Hobbit. She invites you to join her on her quest for unique distractions, diversions and deliciousness in this county we call home. She is the Features Editor and Marketing Director at Little Lake County.

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