my cat got into my nutritional yeast
i buy it in bulk and i had some sitting in the pantry, but i left the door wide open and my cat completely ripped it into it and i came home to a floor literally covered in nutritional yeast. he was playing with it and eating it and rolling around in it. haha, i don't know why i'm posting this. it was fun to watch him play for so long without having to do anything.
That sounds cute! But I would be really unhappy if anything happened to my supply of nutritional yeast.
I guess it's better then scratching up a brand new couch! :D
I have a similar story, but not nearly so cute... there's background: my grandmother used to get government assistance food packages, and they would deliver her FAR more than she needed. Because the packages were all or nothing-- meaning, she couldn't have them cut down the size, only stop delivering them altogether-- she began to press surplus food on us. Huge cans of government peanut butter, blocks of government cheese... and bags of powdered eggs, which I could not stand due to their fishy odor. I hate to waste food (particularly if animals suffered to produce it-- I don't pay for it, but I try not to pitch it, either!), so I had a bag of the eggs on my kitchen table, waiting to be tested in baked goods.
I went out to work. When I got home, I found a surprise... The kitten pulled down a bag, shredded it, ate half the contents, rolled around in the powder, getting it everywhere... and then was violently ill onto the powdered floor. I never, ever had such a tough cleaning job, before or since.... just thinking of it makes me wrinkle my nose.
Haha, right on. :)
Those eggs... wow, they're enough to turn a carnivore vegan. Well, except my cat, evidently.
Ducky, you've done it again. There's a lightbulb on above my head! NOW I know why I so strongly dislike creamy PB...it's those big cans of gov't PB...far too sweet. We lived on govt surplus for awhile when I was a kid. And if I never see another dish of pancakes it'll be too soon. (What else can you do with govt flour, powdered milk and powdered eggs?) Government pancakes with government PB...not much of a meal, but awfully efficient as an emetic! BLEAH!
That also explains my instant dislike to Chinese-made-PB that comes in a can...that sweet, sickly flavour...that's it! The govt stuff is made in China!!! (Teasing; but judging from their PB and other dessert things I buy in the Asian grocery, they like their sweets *very* sweet.)