makes you think. I like to use sensory words in my work
I find describing taste and smell a challenge.
I also have an interest in medicine and biology so if you are want an introduction to the mechanism of how we taste and smell you can look at:
When I think of a taste or a smell I automatically try to describe it through something else that has a similar taste or smell. This is effective when I’m trying to describe a mixture of things such as a cake, a summer day in the woods, walking into a grocery store or a shoe factory, or driving by a dump or going into a gym locker room, etc.
But what if the item I’m trying to describe has its own unique smell and taste, what I think of as a primary smell or taste? For example many fruits and vegetables, meats, fish, many flowers, or pine…
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