Foods have a wide variety of flavors. But, how does the brain know if the mouth is tasting spicy nachos, rich chocolate cake, crunchy broccoli, or a sour lemon? What if the food is spoiled or rotten? The brain needs to have this information in order to tell the hands to put it down! Luckily, taste buds on the tongue send the brain information so the brain knows how to react. Listen to hear a fun story that illustrates what happens after the first bite of food is taken.
Story Length: 4:12
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