Kitchen wind-chimes can help make children eat more broccoli, says Oxford professor | The Telegraph

By August 29, 2017Interesting, Multisensory
Professor Charles Spence CREDIT:  JEFF GILBERT

Charles Spence, professor of experimental psychology, who helped create chef Heston Blumenthal’s multi-sensory recipes, claims that parents can help enhance taste and suppress the bitterness of vegetables through ‘sonic seasoning.’

A survey of 2,000 adults found that their biggest food phobia as a child was sprouts, followed by cabbage, peas and broccoli.

Source: Kitchen wind-chimes may make veg sound good to fussy children, says Oxford professor