Food & Drink

The Budget-Friendly Plant-Based Meal Delivery You Need To Try In 2023

By Phoebe Youl

With the rising cost of living, one of the first things many of us will look to cut down on is the amount we're spending on food. But, if you're someone with specific health goals or you like to prioritise healthy eating—trying to find the right balance between the two can feel like walking a tightrope in a windstorm.

This is precisely the scenario the team at Soulara is looking to find a better solution for. Designed specifically for busy people who want to put their health first, Soulara is a plant-based, home-delivery meal service with a difference. Built around the concept of creating delicious and healthy meals with minimal processing and maximum nutritional value, every meal delivered by Soulara is packed fresh (never frozen) and doesn't require any cooking or prep on your part—just heat and eat!Soulara allows you to select meal plans based on your individual needs, with seven to 24 meals per week available, covering everything from breakfast, lunch, and dinner on their constantly changing and flexible menu.

They also cater to a wide range of dietary requirements, meaning that along with every meal being both dairy-free and plant-based, you can also enjoy gluten-free, soy-free, and nut-free options. 

The best bit? Soulara has recently upgraded its menu to offer new larger-sized meals, perfect for those of us who require a bigger portion to meet nutritional goals and keep our bodies feeling fuelled and energised. With options on the menu including everything from shiitake bibimbap, spiced "butter" chickpeas, and our personal favourite—Soulara's famous miracle macaroni—you'll never have to worry about choosing between your health goals and feeling sufficiently satiated. 

Keen to get started? Visit the Soulara website and sign up for a new plan to stock your fridge with wholesome, fresh, and nourishing meals starting from just $30. 

Urban List readers can use the code URBANLIST120 to score $120 off their first four orders. 

Image credit: Soulara

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