Sensory Science: Testing Taste Thresholds
- Published28 Jul 2014
- Reviewed28 Jul 2014
- Source Scientific American
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Every day you taste many different things. People are typically able to detect five basic tastes: sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami (also known as savory). Are some flavors easier to detect than others? Find out with this activity.
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