All we know sugar is bad and bitter vegetable is the key to a long and nice life. However, for many who are lived on calory high dietry, may find it’s horrible bad tasting to switch to a healthier diet, where the bitter delicates are those with the best nutrition.
Also, some individuals are also carrying a gene, TAZ, which also make eating bitter stuff almost impossible, since there is a genetical “defence” against poisonous stuff.
But I think we also could see our dietry change as a migration between two software platforms. The tastebud perception is in my experience strongly linked to emotion regarding the situation.
I think I found a way to ‘hack’ the database to accept more ‘bitter’ tastes. I’m trying to do so, in a manner, once there is a situation which I love a lot, with great positive power or success, I’m trying to associate that energy with bitter taste, like hacking the windows registry for changing the start menu icon.
On this way, I’ve been awaked a little craving for sallad after having to bind it to my sensual success of aqua workout and work progress. But it’s still not strong enough to get on the playing field with the strange cravings but it’s under development. But the concept is born, that’s good.
Taste and smells are senses that are mapped to memories. Energy tastes are hardcore mapped to good emtions, since it’s a survival algorithm to ensure energy during shortages of food, something that making problems today. But I’m trying to establish new mappings between other tastes and memories of great situation. For example, my awesome swim at Gran Canaria last year were mapped to sallad by eating sallad just after the session, to create a good feeling.
But then comes accessibility. Still, the bad stuff is still more easily accessible than the good. Great food takes time and energy to prepare, while bad food can be made with a smaller effort or purchased on the side.
But a big step is done as I know how to make an SQL injection to my taste database and trying to alter the relationship between different sense.