so I didnt mind working on my day off.
a former “laboratory monkey” is now safe from harm and climbing in trees for the first time.
Word is that Ernesto has the best aim of any creature alive. He hit me with a peanut in the left face cheek today when I was raking up their refuse.
Still, the loveliest bunch of coconuts I have had the privilege of meeting.
Ernesto was once a “pet” in a private home in Las Vegas. He came to Jungle Friends with his best friend Hayley when their ”owner” realized (after plastic surgery and many stitches) what awful house guests monkeys are (they live in trees, you know). These two were lucky enough to end up here where they have huge spaces, trees!, and, most importantly, the loving faces of other monkeys to keep them company for the rest of their very long lives.
White-headed capuchins live in groups as big or bigger than twenty and they can live for over fifty years!
Are you sure you want to take care of that cute little face for the next five decades of your life..? Best just to leave them in the jungles of Central America if you ask me. Yes, monkeys ARE still taken from the wild and sold as pets AS WELL as bred in cages on “farms.”
This business is such nonsense.
FREEDOM FOR ALL!!
Also, I saw a weeper capuchin named ChiChi doing bicycle kicks.
FREEDOM FOR ALL!!
I made coconut avo ice cream
and chocolate avo ice cream
and chocolate almond avo ice cream
and chocolate coconut avo ice cream
put something like 3 avo + 1/2 frozen banana in food processor and process.
place in freezer and stir it every thirty minutes or so until its perfect.
I add a bit of oil and grapefruit seed extract to my batches because i think it’s a good idea. I like the texture and GSE is really good for your body (i don’t know if freezing it has any effect on it though).
you can make this recipe with nothing but avocado and it still turns out delicious.
experiment on ice cream- not animals!!
note-since someone asked,
I obtained said produce by inquiring at the sale table of an undisclosed organic food store whether or not I could consolidate the avos from six plastic bags into one plastic bag and leave the rest at the store. This store bags old produce in one dollar increments in rather large plastic bags which ARE NOT RECYCLABLE- not cool. The enslaved humyn with which I was speaking picked up the bags and told me I could just have them all for the price of one bag claiming that there was no way to remove the stickers from the bags without ripping them so they could not reuse them- plus, he had already had one and they were not that great. At any rate, I took my produce load home and proceeded to carefully remove every sticker (which now adorn the toaster) and I now have four jars of awesome avocado ice cream and six plastic bags in perfect condition.
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