PRODUCT: Good Zebra Gourmet Animal Crackers
Spirit animals await you, in chai, lemon and vanilla. Photos courtesy Good Zebra.
Good Zebra calls their animal crackers “spirit animal crackers.” That’s because their four varieties represent different spirit animals.
You can take the quiz to find your spirit animal—a totem representing you in the animal kingdom.
A totem is a spirit being, sacred object, or symbol of a tribe, clan, family or individual.
Native American tradition provides that each individual is connected with nine different animals that will accompany each person through life, acting as guides.
Cultures around the world consider their spirit animal to be an otherworldly guide, who appears during difficult times to offer love, healing and/or support.
It generally takes the form of an animal with which a person (or a clan) shares a certain set of characteristics, and thus a kinship.
The animal acts as a guide and protector for humans. In death, the humans’ spirits are absorbed into the animal. (Here’s more from The Atlantic.)
You don’t have to pursue your spirit animal in order to enjoy Good Zebra animal crackers, however.
We call Good Zebra gourmet animal crackers, because the sophisticated flavors taste so good—in chai, lemon and vanilla.
There are 11 different animal shapes*, inspired by original tattoo art, “each with a soul-touching message to enlighten, uplift and empower,” according to the producers.
Each 2-ounce resealable bag contains approximately 20 animal crackers, delivering 12 grams of protein.
The crackers are all natural, nothing processed or refined (they’re sweetened with honey and coconut sugar). Made with 70% organic ingredients, they’re certified kosher by OU.
You can buy 12 packages for $ 28 or four packages for $ 17.
Get yours at Good-Zebra.com.
If you’d prefer to bake your own animal crackers, here’s a recipe.
*We identified a butterfly, deer, fox, grizzly bear, kestrel, owl, peacock, turtle, unicorn, wolf, and of course, zebra. There is a Native American zodiac with additional animal symbols.