Kitchen Doctor: Taste and the Elements, Part I

Introduction to Taste and the Elements

The Sweet Taste

Staple Foods

The taste of food is a clue to its pharmacology and effect on the body. For instance, foods are sour because they contain acids which, in turn,  increase the fire element. . . which can be pacified by foods that increase the water element such as those that are sweet. When fire is toxic, it is detoxified by food and herbs that are bitter because the bitter taste is due to the presence of alkaloids. Taste and the Elements is extremely logical and practical.

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