You are what you eat? We'd like to think you are the food you name your dog after, instead.Yes, we've heard about amazing pups called Nacho and Taco. But we propose you consider a more nutritious alias while you sip on your wheat grass and eat your quinoa bowl. Consider the following for your delicious new puppy:
Jicama Fun to say, more fun to cuddle (the puppy, that is.)
Endive Fully bodied, ombre highlights, surprisingly sweet.
Lentil Hardy and smooth, but not afraid to be a little spicy, too.
Peppercorn Adds a little kick to every bite, this one.
Wasabi What can we say? A little goes a long way.
Sweet, nutty, and fits in your lap.
Frisee Looks a bit unruly, but that's why we love it.
Pomegranate A little intimidating on the outside, bursting with sweetness on the inside.
Radicchio Rolls off the tongue (and sometimes the dog bed).
Fig So smooshie and sweet you could just gobble it up.