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Tanga [tanga.com] has MBerry Miracle Fruit Tablets (10 count) for $9.99. Shipping is free.

These tablets temporarily cause sour foods to taste sweet. The effect lasts 15 minutes to 2 hours depending on the person. Check out the youtube video [youtube.com].
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Hmm so it makes salty things taste sweet? Maybe wife will like this lol
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Yep lots of experience. Chef Hamaro Cantu made these popular way back in the day. Sour things taste sweet. It works pretty well. You can suck a lemon and it tastes like a sweet lemonhead. Chef Cantu had a restaurant in Chicago, iNG, that incorporated this into his meals. He then opened up Berrista, a sugar-free bakery/coffee shop/sandwich store that also incorporated the use of Miracle Berry.

These pills also help cancer patients, as it adds flavor to the food and brings out flavors they didnt have before. I believe the story was that US banned this or didn't get FDA approved because of lobbyists back in the day. If this was popular in the US, it would've severely crippled the amount of corn syrup the US produced and made corn obsolete. (This part was told to me by Chef Cantu himself, so it hasnt been verified).

Hope that helps!
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They're pretty interesting. Fun to have a few people over and try out some things. The way they work is coating your tongue and making your sweet receptors fire on acidic foods, which tend to be sour, but anything rather acidic works.

Sour cream tastes kinda like icing, vinegar tastes oddly sweet (the throat burn is still there), citrus fruits loose all sourness. Definitely worth a try.

Digduck is right though, your stomach won't thank you afterwards if you go too crazy.
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I've seen these on the FP before. Any have experience with them?
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I've seen these on the FP before. Any have experience with them?
Yep lots of experience. Chef Hamaro Cantu made these popular way back in the day. Sour things taste sweet. It works pretty well. You can suck a lemon and it tastes like a sweet lemonhead. Chef Cantu had a restaurant in Chicago, iNG, that incorporated this into his meals. He then opened up Berrista, a sugar-free bakery/coffee shop/sandwich store that also incorporated the use of Miracle Berry.

These pills also help cancer patients, as it adds flavor to the food and brings out flavors they didnt have before. I believe the story was that US banned this or didn't get FDA approved because of lobbyists back in the day. If this was popular in the US, it would've severely crippled the amount of corn syrup the US produced and made corn obsolete. (This part was told to me by Chef Cantu himself, so it hasnt been verified).

Hope that helps!
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My friend had this a few years ago. We all tried it together with a bunch of different foods. Really cool effect. But your GI tract is not going to like it afterwards if you go to crazy with eating everything weird.
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Hmm so it makes salty things taste sweet? Maybe wife will like this lol
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I've seen these on the FP before. Any have experience with them?
Funny enough, here's a crappy video I made a long time ago of me eating them.
https://youtu.be/Fya0v3M41co
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They're pretty interesting. Fun to have a few people over and try out some things. The way they work is coating your tongue and making your sweet receptors fire on acidic foods, which tend to be sour, but anything rather acidic works.

Sour cream tastes kinda like icing, vinegar tastes oddly sweet (the throat burn is still there), citrus fruits loose all sourness. Definitely worth a try.

Digduck is right though, your stomach won't thank you afterwards if you go too crazy.
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Hmm so it makes salty things taste sweet? Maybe wife will like this lol
Acidic things actually.
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These were fun one drinking night years ago with friends. Vinegar, citrus, tobascco. One friend that hates beer said it made PBR taste like fruit punch.
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Great find
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These were fun one drinking night years ago with friends. Vinegar, citrus, tobascco. One friend that hates beer said it made PBR taste like fruit punch.
I was just wondering what effect this would have on booze.
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I heard of this once before. I read an article online where the guy used it when he had to get a colonoscopy and drink the colon prep solution (which it known to be extremely salty). He noted it made the taste way more bearable. So there's a use if nothing else, haha.
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Love these!!!
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Ya! These are the best! Member?
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