- originate /uh-RIJ-uh-neyt/
- reproduce /ree-pruh-DOOS/
- blend /blend/
- distinctive /dih-STINGK-tiv /
- consistently /kuhn-SIS-tuhnt-lee/
[verb] – to come from a particular place, time, situation, etc.
The game originated from that country.
[verb] – to produce a copy of something, or to be copied in a production process
It takes time to reproduce these kinds of fruits.
[noun] – a mixture of different things or styles
The juice has a blend of different fruit flavors.
[adjective] – something that is distinctive is easy to recognize because it is different from other things
She has a distinctive voice among the other girls.
[adverb] – in a way that does not change
The company has consistently outperformed its other competitors.
Dr. David Goupaulchan, an international research fellow at the University of Nottingham, has been researching the bacteria that are present during fermentation, how their growth dynamics are impacted by their environment, and how they contribute to the emergence of flavor. Later this year, his study will be included at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition. He emphasized that fermentation had a significant influence on the flavor and quality of chocolate. These processes, however, remain largely unchecked. Consumers would receive better chocolates as a result of a greater understanding of the process, while farmers would receive higher prices.
- What is the most delicious chocolate you have ever tasted? Could you tell me something about it?
- Do you like getting chocolate as a present? Why or why not?
- If you were to make any food taste much better, what would it be? Why?
- Do you agree that fermentation has had a significant influence on the flavor and quality of chocolate?
- What do you think about scientists who are trying to improve the flavor and quality of chocolate? Please elaborate on your answer.