Gokhan Manastirli, 04/06/2022
Today we will talk about some genetically modified dishes that have different tastes. Most of us have different tastes. So we all get different tastes from different foods. All of them taste different to us. For example, some of us like vegetables, some of us like meat, some of us like dark chocolate, and some of us like milk chocolate. With the lamb named Dolly, who was cloned years ago, genetics research took on a different dimension. These studies became more and more widespread. And finally, a revolutionary invention emerged.
The research was conducted on why brussels sprouts, which is the main product whose taste has been changed by genetic manipulation, were chosen. As a result of the survey conducted among thousands of people, one of the dishes with the least appealing taste was chosen as “brussels sprouts”. For this reason, this vegetable was chosen for this study, which can be considered beneficial for society. Scientists have done months of research and published articles on this topic. These articles have attracted the attention of society to this subject. Everyone was wondering about the new taste of brussels sprouts. As a result of changing the flavour molecules in the vegetable with nanotechnology, the researchers gave successful results. It turned out perfect, a brussels sprouts with a chocolate flavour that everyone will love. This time, however, new questions were raised: “Is there a side effect of this new product?”
The scientists said they had no side effects, citing thousands of tests against this question. Moreover, they said that values such as protein and carbohydrates are healthier than they should be. These days when the trust in science is at a high level, these comments gave people more confidence. Before people went to the gym, they started eating the brussels sprouts they didn’t like before. This process, which started as a small research project, turned into a project that made a big impact at the international level. Indeed, as you might notice in the news and articles, he was at the forefront of this type of new research. We guess that all these different researches, which will be concluded by 2040, will disregard the concept of “palatal taste” and will start to create universal flavours that everyone loves.