You Are What You Eat

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(Book Design + Illustration + Content Curation + Production) Nature has provided us with foods that often resemble the body parts that they are good for. Notice how there’s something brain-like about the rippled surface of a walnut, which is packed with Omega-3s and improves cognition. Likewise, figs, which — you’ve got to admit — are shaped a lot like testis, are known to help men overcome sterility. This playful, graphic cookbook was inspired by this phenomenon. The handpicked recipes herein are illustrated and sorted according to the beneficial foods that are in them.

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