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Surely you're asking

How?

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What?

What exactly makes a recipe-bottom friendly you ask? 

High fiber foods (as plant-based as possible) that cause minimal bloating and gas to your particular body (Low FODMAP for those with IBS), dairy-free,

 

It's not really about giving up things - so it's not really a diet. It's not vegetarian, vegan, keto, or whatever. It's simply identifying the foods that make you feel like THAT BITCH and incorporating them into your life more, especially before bottoming.

 

Common ingredients that can wreck bottoming:

  • Broccoli

  • Onions

  • Garlic

  • Beans, especially canned beans

  • Fried foods, especially soggy fried foods

  • Fake sugar like Splenda

  • Milk and cheeses

HOW?

This info is hard to find in our lives. Sex ed is practically absent in schools, and toxic masculinity penetrates queer culture causing eating disorders to become the norm for pleasure seekers. Ethics ingrained in our recipes reflect a commitment to our pillar, "Consent," which is rooted in trust and respect. Here is a walkthrough of our process!

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Brainstorm

We need inspiration! Whether it's a nostalgic recipe from my childhood or the latest trending recipe, research inspires every single recipe we bring to the table. We especially focus on dishes we think someone may choose to have for dinner before going out to the club and coming back home with a “midnight snack” of their own.

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Test

We then test the recipe! If it's a recipe that's trending, we swap out things like the dairy products for dairy-free alternatives and work around ingredients we know cause lots of gas and bloating, such as beans and broccoli.

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Refine

Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither was our mac-n-cheese that's going to quite literally save your ass in the bedroom. It's a miracle if it works out the first time. Miracles don't happen too often, babe. Back to the kitchen for a few tweaks — it’s part of the fun!

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Self test

We pass along our dishes to a test group once the recipe passes Chef Alex — and yes, passing means eating the recipe himself and getting d*cked down. He's a Scorpio. Bitch is built ready.

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Test Group

Our test group is the lifeline of The Bottom's Digest. Our highest priority is inclusivity. Anyone can be a bottom, after all. With that being said, recipes need to be tested on a wide variety of people: Trans folks, plus-size foxes, IBS queens, and hell, even tops. 

We then check in with the group for 24 hours after they've eaten the dish. It doesn't matter if they had sex or not, that takes away from the spontaneity of The Bottom's Digest (although we do ask!). What matters is how they felt: Did you feel bloated? Did you feel like you needed to go to the bathroom? Were you so gassy you couldn't imagine riding a dick?

 

Less focus on messes, more focus on YOUR comfort.

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Refine

We look for a 90% passing rating with our test group and we keep refining the recipe until we get it!

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Decision Day

Once the recipe passes the test, it's ready for your eyeballs!

 

Or maybe it's your bottom?

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Film

Action, bitch!

 

It's time to film the haus down and get the recipe on bottom's dinner plates all across this slutty lil' globe.