Well done, ConAgra.
Monthly Archives: February 2007
Here’s some news I’ve been meaning to post about for the last couple of weeks. In case you haven’t heard, the oft-talked about Temptation non-dairy dessert from Chicago Soy Dairy is now being distributed on the east coast.
As recently as September, the word I heard was “pretty much no chance” with regards to seeing it here in the DC area. But apparently, the Connecticut wing of a major distributor in the east is carrying it. My local health food store had chocolate chip cookie dough (verdict: MMMMMM!) and chocolate flavors and I was told that a large co-op in Maryland had most of the flavors available.
So, if your health food store or co-op doesn’t have it, place a special order. As I’m sure you’ve heard, it’s well worth it. The texture is very rich and creamy and Chicago Soy Dairy is the only company to use dedicated equipment throughout production. That’s right: no “possible traces” of dairy! Also cool: it’s not terribly expensive. In fact, ’round these parts it’s a little cheaper than Soy Delicious.
Your pleasant story of the day.
Sweet, the Herbivore announcement is public now. I think this shift is going to be really exciting and open up a lot of possibilities.
Whole Foods goes back on their promise of “no live lobsters” for one of their stores. But of course, they’ll be treated “humanely.” I tell you, the more time that passes, the less patience I have for nonsense like this.
Woman: Hi, do you have any grass-fed beef?
Butcher: Hmm, grass-fed? I don’t think you can feed grass to cows.