I just love when you guys share your stories with us. One of my fav Khaya community members, Bruce and his puppy, Khaya, writes:
I know you're busy, but I've got to share a picture of my old dog, Cedar, with you.
He had been abandoned in January 2008 and rescued by the shelter. He was my big dog in a small package and went EVERYWHERE with me. He had just passed his first birthday when a puppy impulse made him break for the street where a truck got him before I could even react. Cedar will be a hard act to follow for Khaya, my newest puppy and your mascot!
To celebrate Khaya’s homecoming, my first Khaya Krunchis arrived today. Ice and a winter storm forecast for tonight, so my puppy Khaya will have to wait to get a bite and his picture taken with the bag. (he lives out of town at the moment) My other dog, however, is bugging me as I write because I shared a Khaya Granola Fruit Krunchi with her and she wants more.
Food for thought: Bet you didn't know that flaxseed provides the only essential fatty acid a dog needs. (linoleic acid) So, I guess that a Khaya canine line would be redundant. My first reaction to tasting your cookies was ' OK, that’s different', then I got my mind past normal oversweet, refined cookies that we're all used to and read the label. All good stuff ! No junk and I COULD taste the orange juice and all of the bits that go into them. My second krunchi was the revelation. These are real and very tasty. What is ROOIBOS? Is it addictive? Definitely seems that way…
I gave my wife, Andrea, a bag of the shortbreads and she took one bite and said "get them out of here!", which means that she would eat them all if left to her own lack of self control. So, being a dutiful husband, I finished the bag....
Gotta go! Krunchis to eat and a kitchen to clean up!