Go from Sour to Sweet in No Time Flat
June 11, 2018 12:10pm CST
The berry referred to as "miracle fruit," "miraculous berry," and "sweet berry" makes sour foods taste sweet. No more puckering up due to eating lemons, dill pickles, grapefruits, and limes if the pulp of "miracle fruit" has been allowed to coat the sides of the mouth and the taste buds on the tongue. A variety of sour foods will taste sweet thanks to this berry that originated in south Africa. The "miracle fruit" berry does have a rather sweet tang to it and that tang is quite mild. The magic of making sour foods, bitter foods, and acidic foods taste sweet is due to the "miracle fruit" containing a miraculin. Miraculin actually binds to taste buds on the tongue and that binding makes sour foods taste nice and sweet. The "miracle fruit" berry works well in changing sour to sweet for about 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, it will be time to pucker up again or eat another berry. In southern Florida, and in Hawaii, "miracle fruit" plants can be grown, but the plants do best if grown in containers. Tablets, made from the berries of the miracle fruit plant, can be purchased in stores and online. The tablets work well at making your grapefruit juice or orange juice taste a bit like maple pancake syrup. Instead of trying to grow "miracle fruit" or buying "miracle-fruit" tablets, I would just avoid sour stuff. Photo: Red berries that change sour to sweet.
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