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In fact, there&aposs more to taste than sweet, sour, salty and bitter.  Most scientists agree that there&aposs a fifth distinct taste, called umami, identified by a scientist named Kikunae Ikeda in the early 1900s (and ignored by the West for most of the twentieth century).  This is the taste of glutamate.  It is common in Japanese foods, particularly kombu, a type of sea vegetable similar to kelp, and in bacon and monosodium glutamate (MSG), which Ikeda isolated and patented.  There&aposs considera

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