How the bacteria in your mouth could be the reason you dislike broccoli.

“The classic bitter taste of Brassica vegetables is commonly thought to be due to compounds called glucosinolates. When we chew a big mouthful of broccoli or cauliflower these molecules are converted into a chemical called isothiocyanate, which is responsible for the pungent flavor many struggle to overcome. But new research is indicating another process may be influencing some people’s undesirable response to these vegetables.” learn more

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