A Tiny Amount Of This Powder Could Block All The Bitterness In Food

A Tiny Amount Of This Powder Could Block All The Bitterness In Food
Food & Beverage

A new substance made from mushrooms can bond with taste receptors on your tongue to overcome unpleasant flavors

Laura Yan
  • 29 august 2016

MycoTechnology is a Colorado-based biotech startup that’s developing a mushroom powder called ClearTaste to completely block the taste of bitterness. There are other bitter blockers on the market, but ClearTaste claims to be universal. The powder, which comes from mycelia, works on a molecular level. It bonds to taste receptors on your tongue to block the perception of bitterness in your brain.

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