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    • Aunt B

      Tip of the Tongue: The 7 (Other) Flavors Humans May Taste

    • LeeAnn Harrington

      salt bitter sour sweet unami

    • Cat Naps

      Science you can eat: 10 things you didn't know about food

    • Ron Souliere

      Japanese have the concepts of Goshiki - five colors Goho - five methods Gomi - five flavors Gokan - five senses gokan no mon - five outlooks and viewpoints It may be worthwhile to try to achieve these 5 5s in your meals. To please the palate the eye and more. From Realfood University

    • Sarita Coren

      Scientists disagree about whether humans can detect more than five basic tastes (sweet, sour, bitter, salty and umami).

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