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Taste/smell connecti

Umami the rich meaty or rich flavor that the tongue can detect...Miss J says Umami is the most delicious thing in your mouth.
Olfactory bulb or nerve part of the brain that interprets the smell of food and helps your mouth to taste it.
sweet and salty tends to be the strongest flavor in the front of your tongue
bitter tends to be the strongest on the back of your tongue
sour tends to be the strongest on the sides of your tongue
does sight affect your ability to taste? Yes it does. When people can not see what they are eating, they may not be able to identify it.
does smell affect your ability to taste? Yes. If you can't smell something, you may not be able to fully taste it.
Created by: hajansse