Bizarre Japanese cookbook require the use of condoms

With all of the television shows and networks that revolve around food, you probably thought you’ve seen it all. Chances are you haven’t seen this Japanese cookbook. If you’re wondering what makes it so unique, well, it’s centred around condoms. 

The cookbook, called Condom Meals I Want To Make For You (perhaps losing something in translation), contains 11 recipes. These recipes use condoms as a cooking device, rather than suggesting you actually eat them.

Bizarre Japanese cookbook require the use of condoms

So, what culinary delights can you cook with condoms? The book shows you how they can be used to create dishes like Condom Meat Stuffing, Condom Escargot Cooked with Butter, and even Condom Cookies for desserts.

Bizarre Japanese cookbook require the use of condoms

You’re probably asking yourself, “Why in the world would anyone want to cook with condoms?” Well, apart from teaching people how to cook, the book is also supposed to promote safe sex. According to Japanese manga writers Kyosuke Kagami and Nari Nari, this cookbook is to help raise awareness while showing the durability of condoms. But still. Meat stuffing… cooked in a condom.

Nari Nari explains that “Japanese men are the ‘third worst’ condom users in the world, which leads to the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies”

Bizarre Japanese cookbook require the use of condoms

However, the recipes appear legit. So if you’re ever feeling like making condom sushi, condom escargot, or even the highly sought after condom meat stuffing, now’s your chance. The book is selling for just ¥250 on Amazon, so go ahead and get yours today.

Would you eat these meals created out of a condom? Share your thoughts in the comments below or on social media. And if you’re having trouble deciding what to have for dinner, try the Food Dice or how to Eat like you don’t give a fuck.


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