Hey, SE Readers. Joan back with you today with the third in a series on using the five senses in writing. Today’s topic is about our sense of taste. If you missed the first two posts, you can read them by clicking on the following links:
Have you ever wondered why you think a particular item tastes like another one smells? That’s because the human brain often equivalates taste with smell.
For instance, I don’t like the taste of raw carrots, especially when they’re shredded in a salad. I think they taste like dirt. Have I eaten dirt? No, but I know what red clay smells like after a rain. That smell is what I think raw carrots taste like.
When we think of taste, food is usually the first thing to come to mind. Everyone has to eat, so it’s easy to write a scene in which…
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