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Jack Todhunter | Friday August 07, 2009


If Marcel Proust had had a corner shop with Rowntree’s Fruit Pastilles or Starburst in, he wouldn’t have settled for lousy biscuits.

This might require a risk assessment for children with medical conditions.

Blindfold students and ask them to hold a fruit pastille or Starburst sweet on their tongue for as long as possible without chewing it.

Ask them to describe the taste sensations.

Perfect preparation for a Proustian poem on taste and the memories that certain tastes conjure up.

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