Origin of umami
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How to use umami in a sentence
You can almost place it, it’s just at the tip of your tongue … ah, umami.
These tools will be a great help to researchers who want to get a deeper understanding of what sets off the flood of umami flavors on the tongue—and in the brain.
Here’s how to turn your grilled cheese sandwich into an umami bombAdd crunch on the outside.How to make a better grilled cheese: 7 tips for a cheesier, crispier, more flavorful sandwich|Becky Krystal|September 21, 2021|Washington Post
Recently I used it to saute shredded pieces of cabbage for an infusion of umami, or you can melt it and toss it with cauliflower instead of oil before roasting.Leftover bacon grease is liquid gold. Here’s how to put it to good use.|Aaron Hutcherson|September 10, 2021|Washington Post
For her, the cells added “umami flavor” to the plant burger and increased its juiciness—all for a much lower price than a pure cultured burger.Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended”|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
This unsmoked, wet-cured ham is the sine qua non of Parisian butcher shops: a light, ephemeral meat, sweet but umami.
If “umami” was recently accepted into the lexicon...maybe “tomato-ey” isn't that far behind.