My human is really sick of wearing fleece, so yesterday we headed south (again) in search of sun.
We ended up at Water Dog Lake Park (again) even though the lake is really a scuzzy pond. My human got to shed her fleece and we made it through another hike without being eaten by a snake or lion. Everybody was happy.
On the way home, we stopped at Whole Foods to buy tomatoes because my human forgot to water our tomato plant and it died. She also bought some ice cream, which has never happened before. Because my human HATES ice cream. Something about a bad tonsil experience and ice cream being too "creamy"?
I guess when I was cooling off in the scuzzy pond, my human talked to some guy who makes this cow-free ice cream called Alkemie. And I guess a long hike in the hot sun made cow-free ice cream sound really good. So she bought some, thinking it wouldn't really be creamy.
Hello! If you hate the cream part, why not just buy ice??
Anyway. Turns out cow-free ice cream is just as creamy as the kind made from cows. Which is good news if you want your ice cream to be, uhm, creamy. But since my human is a cream-hating freak, me & Dutch got to eat it instead.
I'm not sure how Alkemie gets creamy without the cream. Or how it compares to ice cream made from cows, because cowy ice cream has never set foot in our house, but Holy Cowpies does it taste good!!