Eating Psychology with Betty 105

Texture is probably the third most important factor in food experience, after taste and smell. We cannot even identify foods if they are mushed up or in a different state than what we expect. This is for good reason, as slimy in general connotes rotten and decayed, while crisp denotes fresh. Temperature also interacts with texture to determine liking.

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