Senses – Taste Buds

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Senses – Taste Buds 

TASTE – one of the five senses, when I thought about it, taste brought in four of the five senses.

SIGHT –  Seeing food makes your taste buds work.

SMELL – If you can smell food the taste buds start making your mouth water.

TOUCH –  When you feel the texture, your taste buds start working again.

Without taste buds, life would be pretty plain, could you imagine not being able to taste anything?

There are humans that cannot taste.

Ageusia – is the loss of taste functions of the tongue, particularly the inability to detect sweetness, sourness, bitterness, saltiness.

Just look at the photo above, are your taste buds working?

Muffins have so many ways of using most ingredients in baking, plus most of the flavors are pleasant to the taste.

Just look at one, which is SIGHT, are your taste buds working?

The SMELL of them coming out of a hot oven – taste buds are working again.

Very important word TASTE, enjoy it.

Did you know?

Flies and Butterflies have taste organs on their feet, allowing them to taste anything they land on.

Next time you see a fly land on your food, it has already tasted it, what a thought, wish I hadn’t read that.


  1. Elsie, I so agree with you about the taste and smell, they definitely are very important for our food desires but also carry strong memories of our life.

    Touch and sight are of course high up there along with hearing.

    You go, make our mouth water.


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