Better Than Sex: Chocolate Principles To Live By
Conari Press, 2005 (2005)
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
etter Than Sex
is one of those little books that make delightful gifts at any time - especially if accompanied by a large box of chocolates. Theresa Cheung offers fellow seekers of the spiritual side of the '
' decadent treat seven uplifting principles of choco-wisdom.
heung begins with '
Discover the Sweet Center
', advising us to discover our type (not sure whether I'm an
or maybe a
), and use that knowledge to make positive life changes. She goes on to '
Let It Melt in Your Mouth
', advising us to live proactively '
with courage and passion
', to seize the day, and eat chocolate. In '
Chocolate Makes You Feel Good
', Cheung tells us to replace
, and lift our spirits with chocolate. She moves on to the serious life advice, '
No Need to Eat the Whole Box
' (i.e. stick to one ounce a day and high qaulity) and '
A Little Good Chocolate Goes a Long Way
'; you deserve the best! '
Pass the Chocolates
' is all about sharing the good life, love, and the '
Prozac of Candy
'. Last is '
', all about health, balance, healing, and meditation.
heung ends her succinct dissertation on life, the universe and chocolate with selected recipes, including
Chocolate Fudge Puddle Pudding
Mexican Hot Chocolate
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