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How To Cope With Changes In Taste

If Food Tastes Metallic

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If food tastes metallic, consider the following:

  • Eat foods cold or at room temperature.
  • Try foods from among the following list:
    • Applesauce
    • Baked beans
    • Canned tuna or salmon
    • Cheese
    • Cold sliced chicken or meat
    • Cottage cheese
    • Hummus
    • Milk or milk shakes
    • Pea or Lentil soup
    • Red pepper jelly
    • Quiche
    • Yogurt
  • Marinate foods. For instance, fish, meat or poultry. Marinades can be as simple as orange or lemon juice, vinegar or barbeque sauce.
  • Use plastic utensils or chopsticks instead of metal utensils
  • Avoid canned foods.
  • Cook foods in glass cookware instead of metal pots and pans.
  • Suck on frozen pineapple chunks.

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