How to Spice Up Your Foreplay With Food
By adding stimulation and excitement to the senses, food can do wonders in improving the intimacy between you and your partner(s). But if you’re unsure how to use food for foreplay or don’t know what foods to use, no worries. We have the best tips on how to use food to spice up your foreplay.
Why Food Is Great For Foreplay
When it comes to foreplay, engaging all five senses can enhance your sexual experience. Food engages the senses of touch, taste, sight, and smell, stimulating almost all five senses for more fun and sensuality. Whether you’re feeding each other or licking melted chocolate off one another, food helps you connect with each other on a deeper level.
Different Levels of Using Food
Think finger foods, juicy fruits like mango, or chocolate treats like chocolate-dipped strawberries or simply chocolate pieces. Take your time eating the fruit, keeping eye contact with your partner as you slowly and sensually munch down.
And if a bit of juice runs down one of your bodies this is perfect. Don’t try to clean it up, but instead let your partner do the cleaning (or licking) for you.
Turn It Up A Notch
To turn it up a notch, it’s time to get a little risqué!
Try using foods like sushi, whipped cream, or melted chocolate. Then, place the food on each other’s bodies, inviting your partner to “take a bite.” Whether using just your mouth or diving in to add a few licks or kisses, this can be a great way to spice things up.
For The Hard-Core
For those with a food fetish or those looking to dive into something new, food can be an excellent tool to experiment with during foreplay.
A few fruits, like zucchini, carrots, and cucumbers, can be used around the genitals to mix things up in the bedroom for foreplay. It’s important to note that you should wash food first and check for any allergies to avoid the risk of irritation. Many people even place a condom over any food that may be used around the genitalia to prevent any possible disasters.
Now that you know how to mix food and foreplay together don’t forget to stay safe with P.S. Whether it’s lube or condoms, we’ve got you covered.