I love cooking! I love cooking books of all sorts, I love having a lot of kitchen supplies (that I may never use) and I love this book! And I’ll give you two more reasons: all recipes here are using as main ingredients some of my favorite elements (like fish and fruits) and it covers a range of recipes I was not focused on before – aphrodisiacs.
The book is very well structured and each chapter introduces the reader with the qualities of each element. The combinations are easy to follow and they are very detailed. It has everything you need for your taste buds.
Do you like salads? Well, here you have over 30 salad recipes destined to boost your love side. You’ve got fish, seafood, chocolate, fruits and even drinks. You can prepare a healthy diner for your partner just by following these easy instructions. I found them friendly and well detailed and definitely you don’t have to be an expert to prepare them.
I like the index at the back of the book, as it helped me identify some of my other favorite ingredients and where or how I can combine them with the main elements of this book.
To conclude, I find it very useful and a title worth having, regardless if you cook for yourself or others. The recipes are not only aphrodisiacs but also tasty and fun to make. Enjoy and Bon Appetite!
As the title says this book presents 209 recipes to spice your love life, but this one is not a simple cookbook. The book presents the recipes according to groups (Vegetables, Fish, Seafood, Nuts, Fruits, Chocolate and Love Potions, Hot Drinks, and Spicy Teas). Before presenting the recipes the author explains why the group is an aphrodisiac and presents different examples of said group (for example in the Seafood section she introduces shrimps, squid, etc.) giving the book an educational tone. I liked that is not just: "try this recipe and you will have better sex".
Besides being divided into groups the book has all kind of recipes, you have salads, desserts, beverages, cold and hot dishes. Also, most recipes are really easy to do. Some of them included exotic ingredients, I know, but you cannot use the excuse of being too hard. The author wrote simple and detailed recipes that anyone of us can manage to do.
I really enjoyed the book, not only because it's about food and how to spice sex but also because I learned about so many characteristics and properties of certain food.
Wow. I had no idea how useful this book was going to be for my love life. Such a distinct improvement after reading this book, I highly recommend. Just read the first page, you won't be able to put it down.
This is a very well written cookbook. Has loads of recipes for any occasion. Each recipes is very descriptive so you'll never have to be confused when cooking your favorite dish. Very friendly to beginners and great for advanced expert cooks as well.
I enjoyed Olga's informative food book. It is simple and uses mostly real whole food ingredients. I like the simplicity AND the fact that Olga recommends using culinary herbs that enhance the nutritional wellbeing of every body cell, therefore you.
This is the perfect date night book. The recipes are super simple to follow, and all are meant to spice up your love life. I don't know if they will, chemically, but following the instructions to make a meal with your partner sure is fun.
So far I've tried a few recipes. The one's I've tried are good... nothing so far has knocked my socks off. However, a few dishes have made it onto our meal plans list options. I do like that a lot of the cooking items are usually items we keep on hand. The recipes are easy to make and follow. It's very clear and concise. My main problem with the book is the binding. Seems silly, right? However, what do you do when you're using a cookbook for directions? You prop it up and open it up to the page you need. Well with its current binding, it flops back closed. It needs some type of ring binder or something so it can stay open without holding it down.
Now as far as this helping in the bedroom, I didn't feel any difference in body chemistry. I wonder if it's something you need to eat daily to notice? I'm not sure.