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Homaro Cantu has developed a menu for a cancer patients using the miracle fruit.
‘Times’ columnist Harold McGee is joining scientist Linda Bartoshuk in a discussion of “the science of taste and the chemical underpinnings of flavors and foods.”
Jilted customers threaten to call the authorities. Are tablets the new berries?
A blogger who attended a recent "flavor tripping" party paid $6 per berry.
By the looks of this sign at the Garden of Eden on 23rd Street, the Miracle Fruit berry, which turns sour tastes sweet, may be going mainstream.
If you read the 'Times' feature about Miracle Fruit — the rare berry that, thanks to a protein called miraculin, makes sour, acidic stuff taste sweet — you probably wondered where you could score the stuff, so you could throw a “flavor-tripping party,” à la Supreme Commander.
Plus: the return of Hydrox cookies, the rise of ricotta, which restaurants the 'Sex and the City' movie filmed at, and more in our morning roundup of news and gossip.