YIPPIE HIPPIE GRANOLA
This summer I went by the downtown Farmer’s Market and within a few minutes of walking around the place, I noticed a noticed a booth with my favorite colors in their
banner, drawing in the crowd with their tasty wares. It was YIPPIE HIPPIE GRANOLA – and by coincidence, it was being run by a former co-worker of mine!
Those favorite colors were the tye dyed look of the 60’s, which of course symbolizes youthful rebellion and freedom – a topic which will always reign universal as a recurring theme. It wasn’t exactly Woodstock, but it at least blotted out the reality of 2011 and our economic downturn for a few minutes, if nothing else.
I bought a bag and a snack bar made fo the same stuff, without a bit of hesitation – I was reeled in! It turns out that it was very good, and healthy as well. The owners of this business are the Ervins and they know their granola; they had a complete ingredient listing ready to quote for anyone to see.
Here are a few more shots of their product; I hope all of you will try it sometime, either online via their website, or it is more personalized if you go downtown on a Saturday morning and buy it at the Farmer’s Market, after a long bike ride on the Mississippi riverfront, which I also did that day, but that’s another blog post).
By the way, here’s their URL – http://www.yippiehippiegranola.com/
Happy Granola eating!