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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Anti-Valentine’s Day Food: Avoid the Sex by Feeding Them Anaphrodisiacs

Beer or Ale is a the perfect beverage to lower the libido.
Want to avoid the sex without hurting your partner’s feelings on Valentine’s Day? Here’s an idea: Make them a meal of Anaphrodisiacs. That’s right! You can kill their mood by feeding them food that will squash their mojo.
Here are a few foods/seasonings that work as natural anaphrodisiacs:

-          Marjoram
-          Hops
-          Common Rue
-          Coriander
-          Soy
-          Mashua

Make your honey-bunny a fabulous Valentine ’s Day dinner, using some of the ingredients above. It’ll show them you care and take the rejection-factor off your plate, so you can enjoy a guilt-free sexless evening.

And the beauty of it is that there are no side-effects, other than putting the kibosh on their libido.

Need some anti-Valentine's Day dinner ideas? Here are a few tasty suggestions that'll do the job nicely:

-      Tofu burgers seasoned with a mix of marjoram, coriander, lemon pepper, sea salt, and onion power. Serve it with a nice strawberry ale (hops). Kick it up a notch and cook the tofu burgers in soybean oil.
-      Chicken and Tofu in a Marjoram Cream Sauce – once again, I’d suggest serving it with a strawberry or cherry ale. The red berry flavor has a Valentine’s Day theme to it, but contains hops, which will also lower the sex drive.

And one my personal favorites…

No Monkey Business Marinated Mushrooms:

Ingredients:

-          1 lb. Crimini Mushrooms
-          2 Tbs. Soybean Oil
-          3 tsp. Garlic, minced
-          1/4 tsp. Thyme
-          1/4 tsp. Marjoram
-          1/4 tsp. Ground Coriander
-          A dash of Ground Cloves
-          Fresh Ground Pepper, to taste

 

Directions:

-      Combine all ingredients and marinate for an hour or more in the refrigerator.
-      Place the mushrooms on a grill or in a lightly oiled pan and roll around until lightly browned.
-      Serve hot.


Happy Valentines Day!


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1 comment:

  1. I'm surprised, no comments ? Great info by the way

    Cheers

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