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Cuss

  1 month ago

#Aftertaste
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If you eat certain foods like pickled onions do you find that you can taste them for the rest of the day? I've just had a cottage pie, not home made but M&S it was really nice but despite immediately cleaning my teeth I know I will taste it all day.
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Ed777

  1 month ago
You should brush your tongue as well Mary.
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
It depends what it is!
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Chris563

  1 month ago
The taste only lasts for a few hours.
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trevjohn

  1 month ago
Bad habits and addictions ? ..Mints and coffee stop your tummy from closing properly after eating, hence fumes gently waft upward for hours and hours and hours... If you only brushed twice a day then you might notice tastes lingering in your mouth / on your tongue which tend to encourage one to mask the aftertaste with a snack - which earns good money for retailers selling those too cos they're not stoopid :). Get the proportions right by making your own concoctions and the problem ceases to be, I think / find !
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spartan3002

  1 month ago
Usually just a couple of hours Mary .
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Meryl10

  1 month ago
Not very often for that long, but some smells hang around the house, particularly home made chinese, curry or a cheese, ham and onion omelette.
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rosemary-charles

  1 month ago
No hun my tummy gobbles them all up
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tandle2

  1 month ago
Additives Cuss. Flavors composed of chemicals more soluble in water will be rinsed out of your mouth by saliva. Oil based won't be and will sit in your mouth longer. The mechanism of binding to your taste buds will determine how long that nerve responds. This is referred to as binding affinity.
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SimonGUK

  1 month ago
I do find that with pickles and I often look forward to the aftertaste, as it's a bonus. A bit of dried oregano on a fried egg or in a breakfast omelette is marvellous. :-)
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