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Supplies: Blindfold, apple slices, orange slices, tuna fish, crackers, and paper towels.

What happens: Dry your friend's tongue and see if they can taste different food items.  Next
hold their nose and see if they can taste flavor without their sense of smell.

Explanation: Your tongue has small bumps on it called Papillae.  These bumps have
microscopic taste buds that sense chemicals.  Tastes include: Sweet, sour, bitter, salty, and
recently added..."umami."  The combination of these determines the overall flavor sent to
your brain.

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