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Dunking (biscuit) - Wikipedia

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To dunk or to dip a biscuit or some other food means to submerge it into a beverage, especially tea, coffee, or milk. Dunking releases more flavour from confections by dissolving the sugars, while a...

Dunking Science: Do Cookies Really Taste Better Dipped In Tea ...

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Mar 21, 2013 ... One British chef uses the device to figure out why we love to dip biscuits into tea. A quick plunge really does make the cookie yummier.

The Scientific Reason Why Cookies Taste Better When They're ...

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Mar 25, 2013 ... Cookbook author Heston Blumenthal did a number of scientific experiments ... that a chocolate cookie dipped in black tea did actually have more flavor. ... Read the Article: Dunking Science: Do Cookies Really Taste Better ...

Science has spoken: Cookies really do taste better when they're ...

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Mar 22, 2013 ... What he wanted to do was measure the “biscuity flavor” — the ... See: Dunking Science: Do Cookies Really Taste Better Dipped In Tea?, NPR.

The Lost Art Of Etiquette – Biscuit Dunking | Miss Sue Flay

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Some biscuits were simply made for dunking, such as biscotti, or the thin wafers ... ok to dunk – It certainly wasn't a 50/50 split on this important and sweet debate. ... to admit that I do sit at home on a cold and wet night and dunk my digestives, ... it's not always hot drinks used for their biscuit dunking, the posher resid...

WikiPearls & Dunking Science | scienceandfooducla

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Nov 7, 2013 ... WikiPearls: Natural, Edible Packaging for Everything, Even Liquid – Geek.com Dunking Science: Do Cookies Really Taste Better Dipped in Tea ...

The dunk debunked: Scientific investigation reveals the perfect dunk ...

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Mar 14, 2014 ... Of the five common biscuits studied, Rich Tea came out on top, with the ... Cooled cuppa with full-fat milk plus a Rich Tea biscuit makes perfect dip, finds scientific ... The sweeter and more buttery a biscuit, the faster it will break apart when ... the very act of dunking actually improves the flavour of the biscuit.

Dr Stu's science of bisuit dunking | Doctor Stu's Science Blog

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Mar 11, 2014 ... Dipping into the science of dunking ... And therefore, heating your biscuit with a dunk into a mug of tea will enhance the biscuit's flavours. ... It has been known for a many years that the tongue can taste sweet, sour, salt, savoury ... Tasty biscuits with lots of sugar and fat will soften very quickly and so rare...

Why Do We Dunk Biscuits In Our Tea? | Mental Floss UK

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Believe it or not, the pairing of tea and biscuits may stem from a naval tradition. ... To make hardtack easier to eat, it was routinely dipped in brine or coffee to soften it. ... means missing out biscuits that are scientifically proven to taste better, we can probably live with the alternative. ... Is Walt Disney's Body Really Fr...

Heston Blumenthal: biscuits really do taste better after dunking ...

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Nov 20, 2012 ... Biscuits really do taste better after they have been dunked, according to ... Kitchen chemist Heston Blumenthal failed science O-level ... The work was a great excuse to have a few tea breaks." .... I simply dipped one in my tea.