Like Water for Chocolate

What is the added ingredient in Marchś dish? Make sure you answer both parts of the question and include examples from the text.

the book is like choclate for water

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As I recall the extra ingredient can only be “seen” when the meal or dish has been eaten. Tita, for example, prepares with the rose petals. She prepares this meal with passion and love. Juan smells the scent of love coming from Gertrudis:

The aroma from Gertrudis’ body guided him. He got there just in time to find her racing through the field. Then he knew why he’s been drawn there. This woman desperately needed a man to quench the red-hot fire that was raging inside her. A man equal to loving someone who needed love as much as she did, a man like him.