What do farmer’s markets and dairy-free chocolates have in common?

What do farmer’s markets and dairy-free chocolates have in common? Well, if you’re a frequent reader of this blog, you will have guessed the answer is: cows!

Actually today’s farmer’s market is not an “official” farmer’s market but a produce store called Farmer’s Outlet I drive by sometimes in San Diego. I did today and tried to take a picture of its sign while waiting at the light. Thanks to my 1.3MP low-resolution phone camera, this is the best I was able to get:

Cows on farmer's market produce store sign

Cows on farmer's market produce store sign

OK, I hear you grunting because you can’t see a cow even though you’re squinting really hard. Let me help you. The cows are on the large sign on the right side of the photo, under “Farmer’s Market”. See the black and white splotches? Sorry, this is the best I can do to help…

If you feel like you haven’t had your daily quota of cow sightings with this poor quality photo, here’s something else for you. Dairy-free chocolates from Moo Free, a British chocolate and candy company. They have a very cute logo for their dairy-free chocolate product line, the “no-moo cow”:

The no-moo cow from Moo Free chocolates

The no-moo cow from Moo Free chocolates

There, I hope you feel better now and don’t have nightmares from cows deprivation tonight.

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4 responses to “What do farmer’s markets and dairy-free chocolates have in common?

  1. Love the No-Moo Cow! :D

  2. I think we’re safe…we have the lovely cow books and the stuffed animal on the sides PLUS the Cow at the top of the page. :)
    But I did enjoy the No dairy No Moo Cow!

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