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How To Cope With Changes In Taste

If Food Tastes Strong Or Bitter

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If food tastes strong or bitter, consider the following tips which have helped other people:

  • Eat food cold or at room temperature
  • Try mild tasting foods. For example:
    • Bean Curd (tofu)
    • Bread soaked in milk
    • Crackers (unsalted), perhaps with cream cheese
    • Custard
    • Mashed potato
    • Noodles, the plainer the better. For instance, with butter, or olive oil and basil.

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