• canadafreepress.com | 5/16/2019 | American Chemical Society
    Wine connoisseurs can easily discriminate a dry red wine, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, from a fruitier red, like Pinot Noir. Scientists have long linked the “dryness” sensation in wine to tannins,...
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  • Jesus Creed | 5/15/2019 | Staff
    In the last Taste of Northern we had a student join us from Japan where he is a pastor in a church. Thousands of miles couldn’t stop him. The fact that it was early in the morning for him and late...
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  • phys.org | 8/29/2018 | Staff
    Wine connoisseurs can easily discriminate a dry red wine, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, from a fruitier red, like Pinot Noir. Scientists have long linked the "dryness" sensation in wine to tannins,...
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  • Mail Online | 5/5/2019 | Dr Ellie Cannon for The Mail on Sunday
    In January I had radiotherapy to treat a tumour in my neck. Then I had chemotherapy, which brought on a terrible cold. Since then I have lost my sense of taste. Is there anything I can take or do to...
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  • ScienceDaily | 4/11/2019 | Staff
    "It's a stealth approach, not like buying the 'reduced salt' option, which people generally don't like," said Carolyn Ross, a Food Science professor at WSU. "If we can stair-step people down, then...
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  • phys.org | 4/4/2019 | Staff
    Washington State University researchers have found a way to make food taste salty but with less of the sodium chloride tied to poor health. "It's a stealth approach, not like buying the 'reduced...
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  • ScienceDaily | 3/5/2019 | Staff
    Modern citrus varieties have been bred over thousands of years to generate a broad palette of sour and sweet-tasting fruits. Analyses of their pulp reveals that a single chemical element -- hydrogen...
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