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The strawberry hulling tool was a big hit. But the jam proportions were off. We made it work and had a blast. Thanks!
Thank you for your review! We're so happy to hear you're enjoying!
It’s a great box!
Thank you for the feedback! Enjoy!
Not what I expected, nor worth the money. There was one kitchen item worth $5 ($2 on eBay), a few stickers and a couple recipe cards. I guess I was was expecting another kitchen type physical item.
The boxed items are colorful and nicely packed.
I will not order this again for my nephew once the three months I paid for are sent.
Hello Anita, THANK YOU so much for this feedback!
We're so sorry to hear that your experience was't what you expected. We are going to take steps to ensure that our listings are even more clear, and would love to send you another box to try if you're open to that. We also want to make sure that there wasn't an error in our fulfillment process. You should have received a welcome letter for our Saving the Season box, 1 main cooking lesson on Strawberry Jam, 3 additional recipes to support the theme, 3 additional food science activities, a vinyl sticker sheet, a jumbo coloring poster with word games along with the strawberry huller. While this particular tool is small (a safety tool for kid...
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