Can changing our dining utensils change the flavour of food? Simon Parkes investigates.
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You know it’s a bad sign when the bride texts her guests to ask if anyone has a metallic taste in their mouth.
That was Morning Edition Producer Selena Simmons-Duffin’s first clue that she’d been struck by a weird food syndrome known as Pine Mouth.
Is there more to tasting than meets your tongue? Researchers are investigating how the way food smells, or looks, can change the way it’s perceived. Can eating something in a blue bowl make it seem saltier? Marc Abrahams, editor of theAnnals of Improbable Research, describes the research, and shares some food industry "insider" tips for making food taste better.