Smell and taste are very positive forces. They point the way towards good food. And along the way we can experience what is really tasty. And so everyone discovers their own personal pattern. Hence the logical proverb ‘there’s no accounting for taste’.
Tasty is a flexible experience. What was once experienced as tasty can suddenly be rejected. There are few phenomena that so emphatically show the close cooperation between mind and body. After more than 25 years of intensive research into taste, the field of smell and taste is being explored by Cramwinckel, little by little.
With 75 short statements he stimulates the reader to join in thinking about the cooperation between mind and body.
Every statement is illustrated with beautiful drawings by Olivier Heiligers. It opens a flexible world in which everyone continually creates his or her own taste reality.