Taste: Surprising Stories and Science About Why Food Tastes Goodby Barb Stuckey
Whether it’s a grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup, maple-cured bacon sizzling hot from the pan, or a salted caramel coated in dark chocolate, you know when food tastes good to you. But you may not know the amazing story behind why you love some foods and can’t tolerate others. Now, in Taste What You’re Missing, the first book that/i>/i>
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Taste What You're Missing: Understanding the Science and Senses of What You Eat based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Very interesting and well-researched, easy to read; there are experiments you can do at home in every chapter, and several recipes in the back to help you learn to pay attention to what you're eating. Well worth the money.