Rosemary is a fragrant herb with a wide range of uses. It's great for flavoring foods like meats and potatoes, making your home smell fresh—oh, and boosting your child's working memory. Yep, research suggests that the energizing aroma also has brain benefits.
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If You Think Cilantro Tastes Like Soap, It Might Be In Your Genes
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Approximately 4 to 14% of people hate the taste of cilantro. 00:14
One study found that people who think cilantro tastes soapy share similarities in smell receptor genes. 01:08
Genes that affect taste of bitterness may play a role in whether or not cilantro tastes soapy to you. 02:01
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