It's interesting that, because we're familiarized with it, we can recognize a candy/drink/etc. flavor as something that it really doesn't even taste like. For example, banana flavored candy tastes nothing like a banana, yet we can still tell that it's banana flavored. It's like, we basically have 2 tastes associated with one flavor: 1 taste for the actual food, and 1 for the one that's flavored like the actual food, amirite?

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What I don't get is why flavor something like other food. If I want to taste banana I'll eat a damn banana.

YEAH like watermelon!!!

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