What Does Blood Taste like?

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Blood tastes like iron due to the presence of haemoglobin. However, some people have claimed that blood has a similar taste with copper. Blood is a body fluid that enables the transportation of vital substances to and from the body.
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It's not really that unusual to taste blood, is it? If you've ever bitten your tongue or cheek hard enough, or had your gums bleed a little when you floss them, you've probably tasted
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I don't have a documented answer. My educated guess is that people, when wounded, want the wound to go away. So they'll pick scabs, rub bruises - and lick their own blood. Anything
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Metallic, sort of like licking a copper pot, but warm and deep. More questions? Just ask ChaCha!
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