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Aphrodisiacs, named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sensuality, are foods that are thought to induce sexual arousal and desire. Part myth, mixed with anecdotal and scientific evidence, those who consume some of these time-honored substances are said to be blessed with long and active sex lives. With Valentine’s Day coming up next month, this is a great opportunity to plan some special dinners with the aphrodisiacs of your choice. They’re also useful in warming up cold winter nights! Here are the top ten on the FriendsEAT.com list.
Almonds– Renowned for their sensual qualities, the scent of almonds has been known to evoke passion in women across all cultures. A common ingredient in soaps and creams, adding toasted almonds to sautéed vegetables may increase sexual vitality and feelings of well-being. The ancient Egyptians used to eat 20 almonds with a glassful of honey prior to bedtime to elevate passion. Sprinkle some on a salad or grab a handful as a late night snack that will never intervene with passion.