anonymous
  • anonymous
The human tongue has receptors for _____, which is also the source of umami. (Inspired by @Fairypek)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
glutamate..
anonymous
  • anonymous
Wow you're fast!
anonymous
  • anonymous
it was glutamate

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anonymous
  • anonymous
lol because i remember :D but i believe is something glutamate... dont remember the exact name... but yea... are u just testing us lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
found it, L glutamate i am close enough lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
I refuse to accept "umami" as a word. Why has it become so trendy to use a Japanese word for something that we've always just described with the English word "savouriness"?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea, this word became so populat ... that people just refer savoury as umami
anonymous
  • anonymous
What's wrong with "savoury"? Everyone knows what it means. No need to start using strange foreign words when an English one will do.

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