Fogfo
Aerosol interactive food, developed at Regina in 360 by belter cooks at Hamblin Comemptives habitat.

Fogfo consists of a fine mist of aerosols that have been nanotreated to not interfere with breathing and to contribute strong taste sensations. While the original fogfo was a novelty intended to be consumed from an inhaler, the full body fogfo dinner became popular among the belters: participants floated naked within a chamber being flooded with fogfo streams. The erotic potential was obvious, and the practice spread to many other spacer cultures. Today fogfo orgies remain a classic part of zero-g hedonics, with regular design and enjoyment masterships at Dionysos, the Eden orbitals and Makrania Orwoods.
 
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Development Notes
Text by Anders Sandberg

Initially published on 29 October 2001.