Des glaces qui respectent vos convictions, toutes vos convictions

Les glaces Professor Grunschnabel respectent les valeurs spirituelles de celles et ceux qui mangent comme ils ou elles croient (voir sur mon blogue la page: On mange aussi comme on croit). Et elles le font savoir! Énonçons brièvement ces options spirituelles que les glaces Professor Grunschnabel prétendent satisfaire:

  • Pour celles et ceux qui font de l’alimentation un lieu de spiritualité: elles sont « 100% végétale » et même « végan ».
  • Pour celles et ceux dont la religion a des conséquences sur l’alimentation: elles sont exemptes de bœuf (hindouisme), elles sont parve (judaïsme), elles sont halal (islam).

Publicité pour les glaces « Professor Grunschnabel » (détail). Crédit: Patricia Bauer

Quant aux mentions « sans lactose » et « sans gluten », elles concernent la santé, pas la spiritualité.

A Great Story that Began with a Fruit and some Fig Leaves


In front of the Restaurant du Vieux-Lausanne (Switzerland)

Maybe! But I know a great and long story that began with a fruit and a couple of fig leaves.

Genesis, chapter 3: « Now the serpent was more crafty than any wild animal which Adonai, God, had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You are not to eat from any tree in the garden’?” The woman answered the serpent, “We may eat from the fruit of the trees of the garden, but about the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden God said, ‘You are neither to eat from it nor touch it, or you will die.’” The serpent said to the woman, “It is not true that you will surely die; because God knows that on the day you eat from it, your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” When the woman saw that the tree was good for food, that it had a pleasing appearance and that the tree was desirable for making one wise, she took some of its fruit and ate. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her; and he ate. Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they realized that they were naked. So they sewed fig leaves together to make themselves loincloths. » (Read more of Genesis, chapter 3)

And by the way, there is also wine involved in some other part of this story!