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I'm Grace, a Singaporean graduate student specializing in the studies of food perceptions (a.k.a. sensory sciences) at Wageningen University (Netherlands) and the University of Copenhagen (Denmark). On the 9th of September 2010, I began the quest to unravel the puzzle of pine mouth. The findings of the research have been posted on this blog. Do leave your comments and help to spread the word on Pine Mouth!
Monthly Archives: October 2010
It is now Week 7 of research. I’m starting to get used to being greeted ‘Hey grace, you’ve got mail’ / ‘Hey grace, how’s pine nuts?’ instead of the usual ‘how are you?’. Oh well! Somebody asked if I am … Continue reading
I have recently been alerted of a large-scale French study of which the results were released in a report just a few days ago. It was really nice to know that there is indeed ongoing work on this problem! You … Continue reading
One of the few hypotheses that I am trying to figure out now (thanks to the advice of several pine mouth sufferers) is that bitter sensitivity could play a role in whether one experiences severe / mild / no symptoms … Continue reading
Hi everyone! Thank you very much for your detailed survey responses and for the additional information and research suggestions / resources you have provided! (And the lovely encouragements too!) Looking through your responses has been giving me many insights into … Continue reading
Hi everyone, I was amused with the nice numbers of the date today, so I thought I might well do a quick number update to let you know how things are coming along. It has been 2.5 days since the … Continue reading