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Butcher Box

By May 13, 2016November 29th, 2021Beef and Red Meats, Pork, Poultry


I am very blessed to live in an area that has many farmers that make grass-fed meats. We can drive 5 miles down the road to get a whole cow for our freezers. But I work with many clients who live in areas that not only are limited in their quality hormone-free meats but also have limited space in a freezer (we have 3 chest freezers!).

Let me introduce you to Butcher Box! It is a great new company that has QUALITY grass-fed beef, chicken, pork and even sugar free sausages! And the awesome part is that you don’t need a big freezer to get a whole or quarter of a cow, you can order a box as needed!

They graciously have donated my fans a FREE box of bacon as well as $10 OFF your first order!  

(coupon code: ketoadapted for $10 off, bacon is automatically added with this link)

Click HERE to save time and get a the CURRENT Butcherbox Deal!


The reason Craig and I work with awesome companies like Butcher Box and BeautyCounter is because we want to you eat real food that is actually Ketogenic. There are many crate companies out there that say they are ketogenic and actually are not (items are too high in carbs) or have products in their boxes that contain flax, artificial sweeteners, tapioca starch, (even gluten!) and other products I wouldn’t recommend.

I do not do advertising pop-ups on my blog and I do not promote companies that sell foods I wouldn’t put in my body. Affiliate links like this help me keep blogging for free and posting free recipes and information to help benefit you to become your best self!

Thank you for your love and support!

Butcher Box


 “I started Keto in September and have lost 65 lbs. I feel amazing, no more joint pain or headaches! 

I have gotten several friends and family on the plan since and stared my own little Keto support page on FB to share recipes and encouragement.  I love your posts and you have been so helpful in this journey!” – Tori

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Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • janet says:

    hi there maria, I cannot find information on the butcher box site that indicates what the chicken or the pork is fed? do you have information on that? I cannot find this anywhere on their website and they don’t have a phone number.

    • Hi Janet,

      Thanks for your interest in ButcherBox! I’m the operation manager at ButcherBox and I’m always happy to talk about our meat!

      Our chickens are fed an all organic, vegetarian diet that is antibiotic and hormone free. Our heritage breed pork are also fed a vegetarian, antibiotic and hormone free diet. I am a huge fan of our pork and chicken. It is a marked step above normal supermarket fare in both quality and depth of flavor.

      Our goal in the near future is to also offer pastured pork and chicken and we are expanding our network and talking to several farmers who will hopefully make that a reality soon!


      • Patrick says:

        Chickens aren’t meant to be vegetarians. They are naturally omnivores. Do they have room to roam and search for bugs?

  • Jackie says:

    Tori’s testimonial is so very inspiring. Wondering if you (Tori) would be willing to share your FB site info, so I could follow your support page too??? Thanks.

  • Amy says:

    I love how you introduce us to genuine and pure keto companies, and I understand how they support your website, which benefits us. Thank you and blessings!

  • I sure wish they were in canada!

  • Katja @ Stonehouse Farm WI says:

    you raise some very pertinent questions. I raise heritage breed pastured chickens, lamb, and pork. Our chickens and pigs both receive a grain based feed to supplement what they are getting on pasture. If you are raising pastured meats for business and you are trying to do it within a shorter turnaround (normal turnaround for the chickens is 8-12 weeks; pigs 5-6 months) you really do need to supplement with a high nutrient feed source that also included protein. Assuming you don’t want to feed your animals meat (which we don’t) your next best choice both economically and for the animals is a feed with corn and soy included. If you have the option of working with a local farmer to raise the animals 100% on pasture and are willing to wait for the extra time it will take to raise the animals to an appropriate weight, then that is your best option if you want to avoid the grain. The meat in these boxes may not be any different than what is in your local grocery store. However considering how the animals are raised may also be important to you. Most of our customers are more concerned about having animals raised humanely and locally, rather than organic, for example. This is a many layered issue but if you can work with a local farmer that is a great option. For those unable to do so, this box may be a good option. However in my experience a trip to your local farmers market will connect you with lots of farmers who may be able to work with you. Many Areas now have farmers markets where you can begin to establish this relationship.

  • Deborah says:

    Many years ago we used to purchase our meat through farmers, but now we live in an urban area where we don’t have that option. I just found this past weekend a local butcher in Victoria, BC Canada that offers similar butcher packs. My husband and I plan on reviewing what they have to offer and ordering a butcher pack this weekend. Love your blog. I have purchased your cookbook, Quick and Easy Ketogenic Cooking and have made many meals. Thank you so much!

  • Darlene says:

    I recently got an email from you re homemade soap. I deleted it, thinking it would be an entry on your blog, but I don’t see it there. Do you know why, or how I can find it again?

  • Alison says:

    I followed the link and entered the code-sadly no free bacon and the code is invalid. Is the offer over?

  • Bethany says:

    Many times when meat companies claim “all vegetarian diet” that includes soy, especially for chickens. Is there GMO soy feed fed to these animals?

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