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You could find out for certain if he's a supertaster -- go to Supertaster Test and you can get a couple of test strips for just a few bucks.  (I first read about this on the Amateur Gourmet's blog).

I had long suspected that my husband and oldest son were supertasters and...they are!

It helps me to know that their pickiness isn't a character flaw; it's genetic.

I'm going to order those strips right now. It's going to stink if it's genetic, though. I have no such defense on any of my character flaws. :raz:

Diana Burrell, freelance writer/author

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Thank you very much for blogging. It's been a great week!

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