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    Popcorn: The Five Senses

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    If you are stuck with the piece of popcorn with no butter or salt on it, the taste of this piece will be bland. Tasting popcorn has a lot to do with the smell of the popcorn you are eating. The fragrance that touches your nose when eating popcorn is normally butter and salt. If you are gifted with the unlucky gift of burnt popcorn

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    living in poverty, or it may be a sign of a fine diner. There is an idea in American society that unhealthy food will usually taste much better than a healthy counterpart. Wilson touches on this principle, asserting that “nutritionists use the word ‘palatable’ to describe foods high in sugar, salt…” (B. Wilson xxii). Because of this notion of unhealthy favorability, the taste of a food that is known to possess one of the damaging traits described by Wilson will be subconsciously marked higher by many

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    It was just something about this guacamole it has the right consistency, and the right taste. So, that obviously was an A+ in my book. The next thing that I tried out was there burrito bowl, in the bowl I put white rice with black beans, then I asked for chicken, then to top off that chicken I ask for the mild salsa, which is made of tomatoes

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    menus offer a wide variety of options to choose from, at a cheap affordable price. The mediocre Mexican restaurant is located along San Jose Blvd. and is surrounded by large family communities. This restaurant attempts to deliver their customers a taste of authentic Mexican food. Don Juan’s is open from 11 am to 10 pm every day except for Friday and Saturday. On Friday and Saturday, their hours extend to 11 pm. If customers are looking for a restaurant with poor service and bland tasting food, then

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    The Sweeter Things In Life This passage about sensory memory in “The Promised Land”, by Mary Antin, is one that can be examined critically to determine concealed ideas and hidden character traits that the author puts in their literature. This passage occurs in the stage of the novel where the protagonist and author Mary is starting to settle into the first few years in her new home in the United States of America after emigrated from Polotsk, near communist Russia. Mary stumbles upon a fruit that

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    After that, I went back to my room and threw up a few times. The acidic, bitter taste in my mouth was not my favorite in the world. Every time I threw up I waited for my stomach ache to stop and lighten up, but it never left. Finally, my dad came to the hospital. It seemed like years ago when I last saw him, but really it was only two

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    variety of Mexican candies feature a combination of salty and sweet flavors with some spices and other flavors. Traditional Mexican candies come in a variety of flavors and textures. Here is a list of most popular Mexican candies. Tamarindo: When you taste this uniquely flavored

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    Skittles Lab Report

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    the sense of taste, while the participants of this experiment are blindfolded. Research Question: How are we able to identify the five different fruit flavors of skittles (strawberry, orange, grape, lime, and lemon) by only using our sense of taste? Hypothesis: I believe that the blind fold will make it harder for the participants to determine what fruit flavored skittle they have just ingested. This may also alter their perception of taste. Independent Variable: The sense of taste will be tested

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    donut. I analyze every little ingredient put into the donut. Chocolate was mainly in charge. You could also taste hints of vanilla essence but then you taste the best part. The vanilla custard filling. It is the star of this scrumptious dessert. So light yet so good that you just want to eat a whole big bowl of it with the biggest spoon you have. It isn 't that sweet but that 's how you really taste the vanilla. It just bursts with vanilla flavour in your mouth. Also, the chocolate helps balance it all

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    Eating School Lunches

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    out when I hear the bell ring letting us know that lunch is over and everyone evacuates the cafeteria. This is how every day at lunch goes for me as I eat and listen to my peers conversate. As I experience the three senses of sight, hearing, and taste of school lunches, Stromboli day was the most memorable and dissatisfying. We have all been there and done that with getting your hopes up for a delicious school meal, and it turning out to be a disappointment. If there was a way to go back in time

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    This short story is quite diverse from Katherine Mansfield’s other stories, for starters there's a deeper and more elaborate visualization of scenery, rather than character analysis. Peculiarly it was written in third person, yet it sounds as if the reader can hear Miss Brill through the pages and example for such accusation follows, “There were a number of people out this afternoon, far more than last Sunday. And the band sounded louder and gayer.” These sentences were conducted in the third person

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    For my restaurant review I have chosen The Cheesecake Factory, which is located at the Chandler Fashion Center, 3111 W. Chandler Boulevard, in Chandler Arizona. This is a restaurant that I have been to several times, but I had never been there for the purpose of writing a review. When I did visit this location it was for the purpose of eating a meal with my friends and as such I did not pay attention to many details other than how it looked and how the food tasted. For my review visit I paid much

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    Olfaction Theory

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    A short history of olfaction theories 1. Molecular shape (“lock and key” model) Generally, odorants activate many olfactory receptors, as the receptors are more about the properties of the substance than the substance itself. A particular odorant will bond only to the receptors it corresponds to, enabling a person to identify the smell. Odorants and receptors can be imagined as a lock and key pair. SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION Action potentials (electrical signals) convey information along neurons. Electrical

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    Why is health such an important thing in human lives and why are those humans not caring for that life? These are the questions that people should ask themselves. We live in a world where almost everything is processed and almost nothing is grown organically, many are not taught how to cherish what is given and don’t realize that the human body is like a temple that should be loved inside and out. In the book of Eric Schlosser, “Fast Food Nation”, Schlosser talks about the history of how the big

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    were more on the friendly side, the personalities quickly evolved becoming very unfriendly. The Europeans used their authoritative personality to their advantage but left a sour taste in the Indians’ mouth about what explorers acted like. The sour taste led to the Indians becoming aggressive toward the Europeans. The sour taste flipped the script from the Europeans conquering the Indians to the Indians conquering the Europeans. The personalities of the Europeans caused the expedition to end in tragedy

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    re-warm. Sustenance remains warm for up to 5 to 6 hours. Additionally, since they hold warm so well, you can securely kill the stove 5 to 7 minutes sooner than you typically do and rest guaranteed that your sustenance will be cooked the same, and taste better! To truly comprehend the warmth holding limit of the pot; consider this–clay pots can hold warm so well, to such an extent that despite the fact that the sustenance inside is cooking and

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    Edy's Vs. Blue Bunny

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    Edy’s ice cream ad compared to Blue Bunny’s ice cream ad is more of an old-fashioned style. In Edy’s ad, it describes its ice cream as “slow churned” and “a family tradition.” The colors in it has that old-timey feel to it. Blue Bunny has a modern taste to it. The colors are very bright and the cartons are see through. Edy’s targets families. It’s trying to reach out to the people who still want things how they used to be. Blue Bunny’s goal is for anyone who eats ice cream. They just want to

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    person’s sense of smell on their sense of taste to determine flavor? Research Question: To what extent does a person’s sense of smell affect their ability to distinguish between different flavors through their sense of taste by inhibiting their facility to use their nose when testing different flavors of jelly beans? Hypothesis: If the sense of smell of an individual is inhibited (by blocking and unblocking their nose), then the individual’s sense of taste will be affected negatively to the point

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    Michael Curtiz’ film, Casablanca, reveals a plethora of symbolism. In particular, the piano is a very important symbol in the film. A piano holds much symbolism, but there is one particular symbol of the piano that pertains to this film: the heart. In fact, if one was to look at a grand piano from an overhead view, one would notice that it somewhat resembles the shape of a heart. The piano in the film is an upright piano, but the idea of a piano still holds that symbolic meaning. The piano is the

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    Essay On Truffles

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    1. Truffles Truffles are edible gourmet mushrooms with a strong, deep, earthy fragrance that provide a distinctive flavor and tang to food. Truffles are used in petite quantities and yet their intense flavor and unique scent turn an ordinary dish of soup, chicken, fish or any meats into an exceptional gourmet experience. Truffles are round in shape, warty, and uneven. They also differ from the size of a walnut to the size of probably a tennis ball. The season for where most truffles are available

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