Friday, May 30, 2008

Some fibre with that?



You know your culture has some dietary issues when you can purchase this really really easily.

Do you know what that is?

That would be fibre added chocolate ice cream.

Weird, huh?

I do have to say though that it was very good. They may be short of fibre, but they do know for chocolate.

11 comments:

Lynda said...

Ok so I could do that... chocolate - icecream - fiber.. yep I am def feeling that.

Beth said...

Someone has captured (conquered?) our modern day dilemma - the craving for sweet, fattening foods vs. our desire to eat healthy.
Enjoy!

Carla said...

LOL... pretty funny, yet oddly it makes wonderful sense for the way US eats. I don't know whether to be horrified or amused. :-)

oreneta said...

Lynda, I have to say that the chocolate was very very good....if it hadn't said on the box....

Beth, I agree, you can feel virtuous while not being!

Carla, me neither, this is Spanish though...can you get this in the US?

Mar said...

chocolate
fiebre=fever
fibra=fiber
Too much chocolate can be dangerous to your vision!

hulagirlatheart said...

Ha! Wait 'til I tell my mother in law. She'll be trying to order it online.

oreneta said...

It says chocolate fever???? HA! The joke's on me...except I read the ingredients and there were some strange things....

HA HA HA!

So much for virtue.

oreneta said...

Sorry Hula...seems I was wrong on that one, but you don't have to tell your MIL that. Though maybe that wouldn't be nice.

elPadawan said...

you always have weird ingredients. Rule of Thumb: Don't read the list if you really want to eat the content ;).

dawn said...

It actually sounds very appealing to me. I think any way to make fibre more appealing and eaten more is a good thing. And who can go wrong with good chocolate flavour.

oreneta said...

elPadawan, what do you mean I always have weird ingredients? *light offended snort*

Humph....

Just 'cause I'm not French he thinks I can't cook.....

*snuffle* ;)

Dawn, yeah, I suppose, I kind of like my fiber in fruits and vegs and whole wheat bread etc...I typed first that I like my fiver in vets...a different meaning I think.