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The Ultimate Guide to Vape and Food Pairings

Use this guide to better understand how selecting the right vaping flavors will enhance the taste of drinks and meals.

The Ultimate Guide to Vape and Food Pairings
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Starting a day with a cup of coffee and a cigarette is a classic daily ritual, though not a healthy one. While breakfast is not considered the most important meal anymore, it certainly is an essential one, so whether you are a smoker or not, you need to follow the right diet and not live on smoking alone.

That’s where e-cigarettes enter the stage.

Vaping is the new buzzword right now. More and more people choose this option above traditional smoking due to its supposed benefits and a variety of possible flavors. And these flavors become even more of an advantage when it comes to pairing vaping with your favorite foods.

As such, it is not recommended to choose flavors randomly. For an improved experience, you need to get a grip on which tastes can complement each other well as your choice can make or break your meal.

That’s where we enter the stage.

Below, you will find a guide to pairing vaping with foods. Read on to discover how you can get the most out of both vaping and eating experience.


Fried Food

It is essential to find an appropriate flavor to attenuate the greasy taste of the dish. A good choice here would be custard or vanilla. Both will give your vape a creamy accent, enhancing the fried, savoury taste of your meal. Chocolate and caramel are also great options as they will carry the subtle sweet taste of the fried food.

If you don't want to balance the food with sweet flavors, then opt for tobacco or cinnamon liquids. These will work great with french fries or fried chicken.

Desserts

Vaping can also significantly improve your desserts. Yes, it is possible in case you’re thinking now that nothing can make a piece of your favourite pie better.

When it comes to intensely flavored liquids like cinnamon or ginger, you should be careful as you can easily overdo. You might want to go for more subtle tastes like vanilla, dark chocolate or caramel, which can match the sweet taste of your cake or ice cream without making it sickly sweet.

If you are not a fan of strong flavors, you can always try fruits like strawberries or raspberries, as these will provide a refreshing tone. They will go well with cakes, ice cream, or your favourite chocolate bar. Think about what usually pairs well - apple and cinnamon, raspberries and mascarpone cheese, strawberries and chocolate, or mint and chocolate - and choose your liquids accordingly.


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