A fresh tomato and dried Basil was put into a blender, with the worm pieces added. A potato was sliced and fried, the size and appearance of French fries, to dip into the puree.
Results: the dip was brown in appearance, like a thick soup, with small green Basil pieces visible.
Taste Tester 1 (Nancy) found that the only taste was that of tomato and Basil, but there was an aftertaste like dirt that was psychologically distressing. A grain of sand also was crunching during the sample, making the taster think about dirt in the food.
Taste Tester 2 (Kurt) found this sample not too bad.
Taste Tester 3 (Ron) found the taste pungent, distressing in some way, and where 3 slices of potato were dipped and eaten, all 3 had sand in the dip picked up by the potato.
Taste Tester 3 (Ichi) found the sample essentially tasteless, with the only taste apparent that of tomato.
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