Move over, umami: Scientists may have discovered a sixth taste

For a long time, scientists considered that humans had only four basic tastes: sweet, sour, salty, and bitter. Then, a Japanese scientist discovered a fifth basic taste — umami, an elusive savory and pungent taste that is often associated with truffles, parmesan cheese, and anchovies. And now, scientists believe there may be a sixth basic taste that's been hiding in something we've eaten all along — fat.

In a new study, scientists discovered that fat interacts with our taste buds in...

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