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ΑLL NATURAL / NON GMO / SUSTAINED ENERGY / SNACK & GO PACKS / 24g WHOLE GRAINS* / 6g PROTEIN* / 5g FIBERS*
*Per serving (50g)
In Athens during the Golden Age of the 5th century B.C., philosophers taught their fellow citizens the art of living, that is, how to live in harmony with an ever-expanding and sprawling city. In these open philosophical and mentoring sessions, they would often discuss ideas on how to resolve issues that plagued the common Athenian citizen or the society as a whole, but only after they dined on delights seasoned with spirit-warming aniseed and blissful fruits like the fig.
Once upon a time in classical Athens, Plato saw the philosopher Diogenes the Cynic washing some cabbage leaves, and thought it was a great opportunity to mock his friend and his frugal dietary habits. “If you pledged allegiance to Dionysius, you wouldn’t need to eat cabbage leaves for dinner,” said Plato. Dionysius I of Syracuse was the tyrannical ruler of the city of Syracuse whom Plato unsuccessfully tried to convert to the ideals of his republic. The always quick-witted Diogenes retorted, “If you ate cabbage leaves, you wouldn’t need to serve Dionysius.”