Create recipes that completely satisfy the tongue

Create recipes that completely satisfy the tongue.

I learned this valuable tip for making all my recipes delicious from Sergei and Valya Boutenko, teenage authors of the book “Eating without Heating”.

TIP:  When preparing food, it is important to balance the flavors of all five tastes (sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and bitter) so that your tongue is completely satisfied with every bite.

Have you ever tasted something and said, “This is good, but it seems like something is missing.”?  Well, you were probably right.  When only part of your tongue is satisfied, it leaves you desiring something more.  When every taste center on your tongue is stimulted, the flavor is completely satisfying.  Making sure each recipe contains at least one ingredient to stimulate each part of the tongue is the secret to creating consistently delicious meals.

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