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    Thread: can you eat and drink in a lucid dream?

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      can you eat and drink in a lucid dream?

      i googled this but found nothing, can u eat and drink in a LD? does it taste the same? what if u have never had it before.. would it just have no flavor? i want to binge on chocolate alcohol and swim in beer with lots of naked girls

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      Ah heck ya! Sometimes it is bland but other times it is the most delicious experience ever
      See my DJ entry: Physical Sensations
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      can u eat and drink in a LD?
      Absolutely!

      does it taste the same?
      Sometimes, though it's more often different.

      what if u have never had it before.. would it just have no flavor?
      The flavor would be what your mind thinks it tastes like...even if it's incredibly wrong.

      i want to binge on chocolate alcohol and swim in beer with lots of naked girls
      May the force be with you!
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      Yeah, it doesn't always taste the same. But, in my experience, that is only if you have never eaten to food in a lucid dream. I ate a chewy oatmeal bar and fudge last Saturday in a lucid dream, and it tasted like the real thing. Plus, I always scarf the food down since there is something better I could be doing. But swimming in chocolate sounds fun...

      Even though you didn't say chocolate... Chocolate is better than beer .
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      MMMMM food is awesome in dreams, it tastes so heavenly. swimming in beer with naked girls nice aspiration.
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      In Lucids and non lucids everything taste insipid

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      I ate the most delicious ham in my lucid. Salty and smokey, just the way it should be. When I woke up, I was still chewing.

      I also ate some cake. One, that I thought I tasted before, tasted like I would expect. But the one I never had before, tasted also ok, but my mind picked a flavor for me.

      And I drank a jellyfish juice. Wasn't bad, but I hope I don't have to have it again.

      The holy greail of lucid drink for me - beer - remains elusive. But I will not give up.

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      This s*** blows my mind! I'm now more determined than ever to master Lucid Dreaming and try this for myself!
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      yeah, I'd also like to master Lucidity to do that daily

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      You can even smell food!
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