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We Tested 'Flavor Tripping' To See If Miracle Berries Really Work
Is it a legitimate culinary high or a load of foodie hype?
Does It Matter Which Fruit You Eat?
Ayala Laufer-Cahana, M.D.
Physician, Entrepreneur, Co-Founder: Herbal Water Inc.
Diet as a whole affects health -- profoundly -- but eating the latest fad miracle fruit, sensationalized by the media, is not likely to make much of a difference. Sorry, but shortcuts are improbable.
The Miracle Berry: A Food Orgy that Tantalizes the Tongue
Journalist based in New York City
The miracle berry, also known as
, rewires how your tongue tastes sour foods for roughly an hour. These "tongue trips" are a burgeoning trend in tantalizing tastings.
How Miracle Fruit Will Change Everything You Taste
The miracle fruit, Synsepalum dulcificum, is native to West Africa and has been known to Westerners since the 18th century
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