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How sound can change the taste of food

Chefs (and everyone else) have long known that the aroma and appearance of a dish profoundly influence how it will taste. But now the new science of neurogastronomy indicates that the sounds in the spaces where food is served also influence taste.

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Topics: Dining environment, Sound, Neurogastronomy, Starbucks, Food

Coffee you can cook with

Coffee Flour is newest and most inventive use of java to come along in at least a decade. A former director of technical services at Starbucks, Dan Belliveau saw the tremendous waste involved in coffee processing and invented a way to turn the coffee cherry pulp cast off in the harvesting process into a nutritious flour.

Coffee is the second most traded product in the world after petroleum, so the waste from discarded coffee cherry pulp causes both financial and environmental burdens for the countries that grow coffee, which tend to be among the world’s poorest.

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Topics: Gluten-free, Starbucks, Coffee, Inventions, Featured, Food

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