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Tip for trying nondairy milks

December 3, 2010

Sometimes it takes a few tries to get used to a new taste. Taste buds adjust. If you drink or at one time drank cow’s milk, you may have gone through this adjustment when you switched to “two percent” or skim milk. If you try a nondairy milk and you’re undecided on the taste, give it a few more tries and you may find that you start to really like the new taste. After a while, the new taste may become the standard.

Taste buds are quite malleable. This may be the reason that tastes vary so much between cultures.

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One Comment
  1. Excellent observation. I used to be guilty of avoiding something if it tasted “funny” or different at first try. Now I have learned to give something a 2nd, 3rd, or even 4th chance. The example of shifting down from whole milk to 2% or skim is an good reference because many of us are familiar with that experience from our (hopefully) former omnivore days.

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