Meant To Be Eaten
Sybil Kapoor on innate and learned "taste"
A conversation with Sybil Kapoor. UK food writer Sybil Kapoor’s recently released book, “Sight Smell Touch Taste Sound”, builds on “Taste”, published 16 years ago. In both, she presents cooking as a sensory practice, one that does not require great skill, knowledge, or willingness to follow a recipe...Only a willingness to engage and think critically with all five of our senses. We discuss the concept of “taste”, whether it is truly our own or constructed, and if it is possible to alter.
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