I can only assume that yes indeed, you do have tastebuds. Well that's good because I have become a fan of Gatherer's Granola and want to tell you a little bit about it. If you aren't familiar with that locally produced delicious food, then fork over the 6 bucks for a bag and become addicted like I did. Gatherer's tagline is "granola for people with tastebuds" and it's a fitting one. It's way above standard granolas - in a league of its own - and you will really enjoy it. You can get Gatherer's Granola at numerous stores both in and out of the Capital Region, and in Saratoga you can get it at Five Points, Four Seasons, Healthy Living Market, For Earth's Sake on West Avenue, as well as Price Chopper.
I not only like the product, but I've become a fan of the company and Gatherer's Granola founder Sandro Gerbini. He's simply a young and energetic capital region entrepeneur that didn't get the memo that you're not supposed to earn a degree from RPI and then go out on your own and make granola. We need more of his type in this region.
Gerbini has initiated a fundraising drive via Kickstarter.com so his company can launch its new gluten-free granolas. If you look at this entertaining video above, which is just three minutes long, you can learn about this endeavor and perhaps donate a dollar to his campaign. Just a dollar is good. If you contribute at certain levels, he will give you Gatherer's Granola items ranging from articles of clothing to making your own custom granola using the ingredients you desire. Cool stuff. So check the video out, and then link here to find out more.