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In the prop taster kit I'm not sure how to use the strips there a lot of yellow ones and white ones, do I need to to taste them all or are they supposed to be stuck together in 3 rows, because some seem to be stuck-ish?
White strips are "control", meaning that they are plain paper. Put one white on your tongue, wait for a few seconds "to get to know the taste of paper", then take it out, put one yellow stained paper on your tongue and wait for a few seconds to see if it tastes different from the white one. If you don't feel a difference, you are non-taster, if you feel a strong taste as soon as you put the yellow paper on your tongue, you are a super taster, and, if you don't feel a difference at first but then feel a bitter taste building up after a few seconds, you are a slight taster.
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Thanks, but am I supposed to separate all the strips? or are some meant to be stuck together?! roughly how many should I be tasting individually? there are lots but I don't know whether I should separate each one and taste them all - confused.com?
So just to clarify, all those strips some which seem loose and some together are:
either all whites (all controls) or all yellows - which have the same taste?
So sorry for sounding dumb but I thought that there were lots of different tastes on the yellow ones and now wonder why there are so many strips, if you only need to taste 1yellow and 1 white (control)? what are the others for, there must be quite a lot, there are three rows with lots of strips on each?