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Best Foods to Eat While Tripping

When tripping on magic mushrooms, distortions to ones’ vision and hearing are common. Some people even claim to have experienced talking to a higher being or intelligent creatures from another dimension. However, some psychonauts haven’t explored how psilocybin mushrooms can affect their taste buds. Because of their unique texture and taste, some foods can enhance the psychedelic experience.

Here are the best foods to eat while tripping.

Sashimi

Sashimi is a raw filet of a bony fish like salmon or tuna. It’s significantly softer than meat from cattle or pork. Japanese chefs consider sashimi as the finest dish in formal dining. This classic Japanese delicacy is the perfect companion on your next trip. It’s undeniably an incredible food with subtle flavors, delicate textures, and vivid colors which make eating it a unique experience.

Passion Fruit

Fresh fruits have been compared to foods for the gods by people on psychedelic trips. Passion fruit is the definite number 1 among all those fruits! It’s juicy and has a fragrant, sweet taste with a tart tang.

Passion fruit ripens best in room temperature. They look good when the skin is smooth and plump but the ones that taste best are those whose skin is shriveled and shrunken. Before you go on a trip, wash them slice them in half, and eat them with a spoon while you are coming up.

Boba

These aren’t black beans and they sure aren’t marbles. Boba are the tapioca pearls you find in bubble tea or milk tea. They have a unique texture which people compare to eyeballs.

The color of tapioca pearls vary and depend on the ingredients of the pearl. The white pearls contain just the cassava root. The brown ones contain cassava root and brown sugar.

Boba’s tastes are worth exploring under the influence of psilocybin because of their smooth texture and soft body with a consistency between gummy bears and Swedish fish inside. You can even take it a step further and make them super chewy by chilling them.

Cottage Cheese

When you ask five people about the taste of cottage cheese, you will likely get five different answers. Generally, cottage cheese has a prominent creamy, milky taste with a slight tang to it. The exact taste and texture vary depending on the brand and people will have different experiences.

Cottage cheese products also have different levels of milk fat content and the highest milk fat, 4%, will taste the creamiest. People who are on magic shrooms enjoy this the most because of its taste.

It can also be eaten in a variety of ways: by itself, with fruit and sugar, with salt and pepper, on toast, in salads, and as a chip dip. This versatility cements its place as one of the best foods to eat when tripping.

Tofu

Tofu is a staple among vegans and those who aren’t keen to eating tofu can be harsh when they describe it as “an edible sponge.” But that shouldn’t turn you away from tofu.

There are no limits on how to infuse tofu with flavors that will enhance your psychedelic trip. You should press all the water out of it and fill it with flavor by marinating or seasoning it. It can be as simple as letting tofu sit in tamari with water for 15 minutes. Tofu also offers maximum texture if you cut it into smaller pieces.

Oatmeal

By itself, oatmeal is bland and mushy but steel cut oats have better texture than most. The great thing about oatmeal is that they are a blank slate for a wide variety of toppings including chocolate chips, berries, bananas, and nuts.

However, one that works best with oatmeal’s texture is mango and coconut. This combination is perfect for the psychedelics who wish to taste these tropical flavors in a unique way while the oatmeal awakens new sensations their tongues haven’t experienced before.

Blueberries

Antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Blueberries give these great health benefits but the hint of sourness and grittiness that greets your mouth when you bite into them under the influence of magic shrooms is surreal.

Blueberries have a slightly sweet taste with a bit of acid. Your mouth will feel juicy and in your psilocybin haze, you will feel a pleasant surprise. You will feel the squirt as you bite down on a fresh ripe blueberry. The exact taste is somewhere between a green and red grape, but sweeter.

Nutella

Nutella induces a high all on its own and it goes perfectly with just about everything. It is unique among foods that go well with magic mushrooms because you can simply scoop it out of the jar and shovel it into your mouth.

With a smooth and creamy texture, this sweetened hazelnut will take your taste buds on a journey like you have never experienced before.

Pizza Rolls

When your head is buzzing because of psilocybin mushrooms, you may not trust yourself with an oven but you’re still more than capable of operating a microwave and heating up Pizza Rolls.

Pizza Rolls is a frozen food product and it appeals to every psychonaut with flavors like meatball marinara and cheesy garlic! You’re guaranteed to get lost in its flavor and consume an entire box in one sitting.

Ice cream

Sweet, creamy, cold and melts in your mouth. Ice cream doesn’t need an introduction. They come in a wide array of flavors you can choose from. Ice cream is great when you’re sober but when you’re tripping on magic shrooms, it is incredible!

One of the most preferred choices is Ben & Jerry’s “Half Baked” ice cream. It’s the perfect, pint-sized tub filled with half vanilla and half chocolate ice cream and equal parts fudge brownie and chocolate chip cookie dough. They say eating it while on magic mushrooms is like sex for your taste buds.

But is it true? There’s only one way to find out!

Order magic truffles online today and find out which food best goes with your psychedelic experience!

2 Responses to “Best Foods to Eat While Tripping”

  1. Cassandra cary 14th August 2019 at 02:30 #

    no denying tho shrooms make a person wanna [email protected]

  2. Dana 12th April 2019 at 16:54 #

    I couldn’t eat any meat or mass produced stuff like Nutella, it has to be something fresh like oranges or a homemade healthy food.

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