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Vegans Taste Better!

  • 31. March 2019
  • By Ariane
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Vegans Taste Better!

Vegans taste better. No joke, it’s true. And yep, I speak from experience. The proverb ”you are what you eat” does apply here. What we eat has been proven to influence our body chemistry. Vegans (with the exception of junk food vegans) eat plenty of alkaline foods like fresh vegetables and fruit. This alkalizes the body and dramatically improves the taste and smell of bodily fluids. Making you truly delicious and delectable all over, woohoo!

Eating meat on the other hand makes your body acidic. Not to mention the many chemicals, hormones and preservatives which are contained in animal products and which cause the release of toxins into the blood and the large intestine. In the worst case this can cause an ammonia body odor and taste. In 2006 the Chemical Senses Journal published a study which concluded that vegetarians smell more attractive. The sweat of vegetarians was perceived as more pleasant by the participants of the study than that of meat eaters.

And in case you don’t give a hoot about studies, take it from an expert: according to author, sex educator and ex-porn star Annie Sprinkle, vegetarians definitely taste best. Before nibbling on one another she recommends to indulge on fruit juice and vegetables (with the exception of asparagus and garlic).

If you’d like to verify Sprinkle’s verdict, here’s the recipe for my Seduction Smoothie: blend 1 cup pineapple with 1/2 kiwi, a handful of blueberries, a handful of parsley, a sprinkle of each cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg with coconut milk, voilà! Gourmets can add a shot of liquid chlorophyll which further aids in making your body smell and taste delectable. Whether it’s vegan to nibble on vegans is debatable. One thing is certain: if I were Hannibal Lecter, I’d stick with vegans, with some fava beans and a nice chianti…

This piece was first published in my column “Pflanzen essen” (aka “eating plants”) in the German newspaper taz.