Flavor God Seasonings
In the past few months, I’ve seen Flavor God plastered over just about every social media platform. Flavor God is a spice company that is catered to vegans, paleo-dieters, and fitspo go-ers alike. The seasoning company boasts that it has minimal sodium, all natural ingredients, is gluten free, and vegan.
Every Instagram body builder, has been posting pictures using Flavor God. Just about anyone who hashtags #fitlife and #fitfam uses Flavor God.
I eat well balanced for the most part, and like anyone who eats healthy, I constantly run into the “How many different ways can you cook chicken” problem. Flavor God seemed to be the answer to my prayers. An easy, and more importantly, healthy way to spice up my chicken, turkey, and fish.
I was extremely skeptical, because the majority of the supplement and fitness industry is complete hype, packaged as a miracle drug. But, I decided to give it a try out of sheer curiosity.
The price point definitely sold me on trying it. I got hyped on receiving my order, so I followed Flavor God on Instagram. HUGE mistake.
I tried my meal prep with JUST Flavor God as seasonings, each chicken a different flavor, and let my chicken marinate in lemon juice before cooking. I couldn’t wait to finally have a taste from the “Flavor Gods.”
Flavor God should be called Holy Grail. My chicken tasted like it was “Forged in the Heavens by the Guardians of Flavor,” sent to the humans as a homage to the power of the Taste Bud Gods. It tasted amazing!!!!! To date my favorite one is the Garlic Lovers and the Everything Seasoning for sure.
I don’t know if it’s the sodium, or the ingredients of the seasonings, but Flavor God just does it for me. There is something that makes Flavor God a stand alone, go-to seasoning. It taste as if you took garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper, and added a small amount of cayenne pepper, maybe hit it with a dash of cumin, and topped it off with some oregano. Spectacular!!!
Very impressed to say the least. For the price, you can’t really complain all that much, but I guess it’s true that you get what you pay for and as you see below for this 5 oz bottle the servings is a little over 200 per bottle.