I missed out on the crowded táami berry kick off party last month, but it must have been something like this event that was covered by the New York Times.
Here’s the pitch:
“For those of you who have never come across this miracle fruit, the táami berry has the unique ability to modify the perception of flavors – making sour and bitter flavors taste remarkably sweet. táami berry defies the notion that eating healthy can’t taste good, literally forcing people to rethink their assumptions about flavors.”
But I did get a chance to try things out later on. For about an hour after eating one these tiny little fruits, sour lemon juice will taste like sweet lemonade, I can guarantee you that.
As it looked in SoMA at Triptych on Folsom during the kick-off party a few weeks back. It was just filled with handsome young people:
See? These are just little things. One Synsepalum dulcificum per person, that’s all you need.
Host Noah comes to a table to explain how it all works. There were lots of different kinds of foods to nosh on…
Anyway, if you’re into it, Twitter will let you know when the next event gets scheduled.