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safely_use_food_During_foreplayRemember that scene from Sex and the City where Samantha covers her guy in whipped cream? Or that other scene, from the Sex and the Citymovie, where Samantha turns herself into a naked sushi tray? It’s fair to say that using food to spice things up during sex is super hot. But how safe is it?

“Food and foreplay are very sensual, and there are totally safe ways to go about this to have an enjoyable experience,” says ob-gyn Alyssa Dweck, M.D., coauthor of V is for Vagina.

For starters, anything on the surface of the skin is usually fair game. That means that drizzling chocolate syrup across your body is fine, and so is posing as a platter for sushi (you’re in the clear, Samantha). That said, be wary of any food allergies or potentially irritating foods (lay off those jalapeño peppers…)…

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