I’m in a light hearted mood today. Maybe it’s because I just ate 3 pounds of watermelon! And people say vegans never get to eat any good food. My new obsession is watermelon. But you didn’t click the link to come here and listen to me talk about pineapple. You came here because your vegan mind is in the gutter!
It’s so funny because I was hanging out with my best friend a couple of days ago and she said a perfectly innocent food word but it struck us both in a funny way and we could not stop laughing! Once we got started we couldn’t stop either. We spent the next hour coming up with perfectly innocent words that sound dirty but aren’t.
Not all of them were food related or vegan related but some of them were. So I made up my mind that afternoon to share a list of the best ones with you this week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! And please, if you have others, comment them so we can all see them! I bet there are a million of them out there so don’t be afraid to share! You can see my 7 favorites on the next page.
Photo Courtesy Mike Mozart
There is almost no way you can say melons and not think about melons of the female anatomy variety. I don’t care if you are a man or woman. Hey, it’s ok. There is nothing better than a nice, ripe firm melon baby!
Photo Courtesy James Mackintosh
Every time I try to squeeze lemon juice on my salad I get a big squirt that goes everywhere! See how Innocent that is? Get your vegan mind out of the gutter!
Photo Courtesy Jeffreyw
What is hotter than a firm hot pair of buns right? Who knew being vegan was so scandalous?!?! I do know one thing for sure about nice buns. Vegan buns are always the best 🙂
Photo Courtesy Ruth Hartnup
Kum What? Kumquats! Kumquats or cumquats are a group of small fruit-bearing trees in the flowering plant family Rutaceae, either forming the genus Fortunella, or placed within Citrus sensu lato. Now what were YOU thinking?
Photo Courtesy Gustavo Jeronimo
Cumin, also known as Zeera, is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native from the east Mediterranean to India. Its seeds are used in the cuisines of many different cultures, in both whole and ground form. It is so not what it sounds like, huh? It’s also very vegan!
Photo Courtesy Will Law
A Nut bag is used to strain the pulp of ground up nuts for making nut milk. Also knows as a nut sack, which sounds even worse, this simple item is necessary for those who like to make their favorite vegan almond milk recipe at home. Photo Courtesy Paul Townsend