Can the sound of your food change its taste? Our senses work together in some pretty interesting ways.
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Thanks to GastroPod’s “Crunch, Crackle, and Pop” https://gastropod.com/crunch-crackle-pop/ and 99pi’s “The Sizzle” http://99percentinvisible.org/episode/the-sizzle/ for the inspiration to make this video.
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