If you are bored of cooking with the same ingredients why not branch out and start cooking with sperm?! Spermatozic cuisine anyone?
For sale on Amazon is a book that explores the culinary value of sperm. We are not sure whether it is a spoof but Natural Harvest: A collection of semen-based recipes
claims that, like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of semen is complex and dynamic. The author, Fotie Photenhauer, also points out that semen is inexpensive to produce and commonly available.
The comments on Amazon are also worth checking out:
“An astonishingly innovative compendium of recipes with a twist. I’d like to give the author a big hand shake, but obviously I would like to make sure he has washed them first. One problem I have found is sometimes I find it difficult to produce the required volume of “ingredients”.”
“DO NOT buy this recipe book whatever you do! I made the unfortunate MISTAKE of buying it to make Christmas dinner a little more interesting for the family this year. I earnestly followed the recipes and was very excited to offer the star recipe `Spunkulicious Pie’ to the in-laws as a special treat. All of the men in my immediate family contributed to it. Even Granddad! We didn’t even know he had it in him. The shared solidarity of a collective experience made it seem even more special. It had that delicate smell of ball sack aroma when it came out of the oven just like the book said BUT! A few hours later everybody became violently ill. The book says you can reheat the pie but now I read somewhere else that this is disastrous because the heat mutates the semen. We all spent Christmas day at the NHS walk in centre and were diagnosed with the rare illness known as CONSPUNCTIVITIS. It ruined our whole Christmas and I want my money back!!!!
I gave it 2 stars because it smelt nice and the men felt happy at first.”