A Japanese term meaning the fifth taste – after sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and saltiness.
Best described as a meaty, brothy savoury taste. According to Japanese umami experts, using it has important health effects, such as decreasing salt intake and promoting saliva secretion.While tomatoes and dried mushrooms are said to be strong in umami, the love-it or loathe-it spread, Marmite, is a veritable umami powerhouse.
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