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Variations on a gene that affects how people perceive
bitterness can make people turn their noses up at broccoli and other bitter
veggies. But that’s not all. The compound that gives some veggies and other
bites (like wasabi and garlic) their pungent taste can be too strong for some
folks to handle. And that rotting egg smell broccoli (and cauliflower and
cabbage) gives off when it cooks? Yeah, not so appealing to other individuals.
So there ya have it, Ma. I’ll take a side of roasted taters
and peas, please!
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 8/13/2013 7:11:00 PM
POSTED IN healthy eating 101, produce
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