The way you chew food can significantly affect the taste. As part of a scientific study at the University of Manchester, subjects were tricked into believing that apples were steak. After they chewed the apple, another party of testers agreed that upon swallowing, the pulp tasted very similar to steak. This was successfully repeated for Jelly (crisps), toad in the hole (rice crispies), and jam (marmalade).

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