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Heart of the City by Steenz for May 16, 2021

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    codycab  4 months ago

    But which one tastes the best?

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    fretlessman71  4 months ago

    Okay. We’re finally getting to funny.

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    jimmjonzz Premium Member 4 months ago

    I love so many sodas. Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale is my favorite. I think I could even cultivate a liking for Moxie… but it’s hard to find in Georgia.

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    daddo52  4 months ago

    I.B. C. Rootbeer

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    DCBakerEsq  4 months ago

    I haven’t had soda pop since 2014. Never really miss it either.

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    1JennyJenkins  4 months ago

    I love, love, love Vernors!!!!!!!!

    : – P

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    Steverino Premium Member 4 months ago

    Guy goes into class, and sees a quiz on his desk with 3 questions: 1) What is another name for soda? 2) What is the most listened to genre of music? 3) What is another name for your father? Guy says “Boy, I hate these pop quizzes”.

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    Brian  Premium Member 4 months ago

    What is the KM Cola an analog for? The Sienna Fog and Pepper MD are obvious.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 4 months ago

    I knew a guy like that in middle school. He is now a winemaker in Napa.

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    asrialfeeple  4 months ago

    Amazing. Good palette, Dean.

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    briangj2  4 months ago

    A supertaster is a person who tastes certain flavors and foods more strongly than other people.

    Some people have more of these taste buds and receptors, so their perception of flavor is stronger than the average person. They are known as supertasters. Supertasters are particularly sensitive to bitter flavors in foods such as broccoli, spinach, coffee, beer, and chocolate.

    Scientists believe most supertasters have the gene TAS2R38, which increases bitterness perception. The gene makes supertasters sensitive to bitter flavors in all foods and drinks. People with this gene are particularly sensitive to a chemical called 6-n-propylthiouracil (PROP).

    About 25 percent of the population qualifies as supertasters. Women are more likely to be supertasters than men.

    On the opposite end of the taste spectrum, non-tasters have fewer taste buds than the average person. Foods taste less flavorful and vibrant to these individuals, who make up about a quarter of the population.

    The largest group, however, is medium or average tasters. They are the remaining half of the population.

    https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/supertaster

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    AlfredJr.Hall  4 months ago

    Playing with yourselves? Make time time fly?

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    StevenJames  4 months ago

    “There are only so many sodas.”

    Someone needs to visit Jungle Jim’s in Ohio

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