This Week's Best Food Deals, Starring Chocolate, Meat and Hippies

Our inboxes fill each day with a metric shit-ton of offers, flash sales and discounts. Here are some of this week's foodfull best.

Google Offers: $10 for $20 at Lindt.com Ever since last week's candy grabber deal, I've been asking myself WWWWD? (What Would Willy Wonka Do?) This week, the answer is buy as many $10 for $20 certificates at Lindt.com as you can. In this case, five is the limit. So that. Bonus: Buy a gold Lindt bunny for the Easter and they'll make a donation to Autism Speaks. So you can rock out with your choc out and feel good about it too.

Google Offers: $9 for $30 at Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse Do you like meat? I mean really, really like meat? Then Rafain, or really any Brazilian steakhouse in town, is for you. And if you don't like meat, what kind of Texan are you? Okay, okay you can be Texan and not like meat, but take your most meat-lovingest friend with you, hit the salad bar (which are notoriously awesome at Brazilian steakhouses), and neither of you will go hungry. This deal is worth up to 36 hours of fullness, in fact.

Fab.com: Deluxe kombucha home brew kit for $52 Home brewing beer is so last year. Kombucha, like juicing, is so hot right now. Imagine making your own instead of paying per glass at spots like The Gem and Meddlesome Moth. Quit daydreaming, you damn hippie, and buy this deal. Go forth and make your kombucha dreams come true.

Groupon: $25 for a vegetable- and herb-growing kit Let's just keep that hippie feeling grooving with a home-grown garden of veggies. Vegetarianism and even veganism is just a few seed packets away, right?

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