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Today's WSJ features a front-page story about a berry that turns sour to sweet. Within minutes of eating Synsepalum dulcificum, people have their taste buds altered so that the most...

Colin Nagy
  • 30 march 2007

Today’s WSJ features a front-page story about a berry that turns sour to sweet. Within minutes of eating Synsepalum dulcificum, people have their taste buds altered so that the most bitter foods taste as sweet as candy. From the article:

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