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There are five taste sensations that we can experience. They are sweet, salt, sour, bitter and umami.

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Primary taste sensations?

You have four primary taste sensations. They include salty, sweet, sour, and bitter. These sensations are experienced when the taste buds, called gustatory organs, on the surface of your tongue are stimulated by the different foods you eat or drink.

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Sweet sour salty bitter are eamples of?

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the taste buds is a suppilers with nerves. when wet food passes through these taste buds, the nerve fibres carry the sensations of taste to the brain.