Top Rated 100 Quotes About Taste

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Taste is the literary conscience of the soul. By Joseph Joubert
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I don't trust people with empty-stomach breath to tell me what taste is. By Tracie Egan
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He tastes nothing who has not tasted for himself By Marsilio Ficino
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My tastes are simple. I like only the very best. By Winston Churchill
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"There is no disputing about tastes," says the old saw. In my experience there is little else. By Robertson Davies
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I'm learning how to taste everything. By Laurie Halse Anderson
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The shaping of taste is essentially the science of merchandising, whether of detergents or cars or books or objects of fine and decorative art. By Russell Lynes
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The moment good taste knows itself, some of its goodness is lost. By C.s. Lewis
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Taste goodness before you recommend it. By Chinmayananda Saraswati
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Food is all about balance; it is all about taste. By Michael Mina
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The quest for slowness, which begins as a simple rebellion against the impoverishment of taste in our lives, makes it possible to rediscover taste. By Carlo Petrini
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All of life is a dispute over taste and tasting. By Friedrich Nietzsche
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I don't taste and tell. Don't worry though. I'm very selective By Kallypso Masters
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The most important thing in art is taste. By Sean Lennon
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To understand bad taste one must have very good taste. By John Waters
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taste it! it's to die for! By Vee Jocson
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[The] taste [of the French] is too timid to be true tasteor is but half taste. By Horace Walpole
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A person with taste is merely one who can recognize the greatest beauty in the simplest things. By Barbara Taylor Bradford
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Fastidious taste makes enjoyment a struggle. By Mason Cooley
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Good taste is not a substitute for knowledge By Frank Lloyd Wright
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Good taste ruins certain true spiritual values: such as taste itself. By Coco Chanel
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I want to tell you something but good tasteRestrains me By Sappho Van Lesbos
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Good taste comes more from the judgment than from the mind. By Francois De La Rochefoucauld
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Of all the things I love to taste, sweetest is the kiss of love. By William, Saroyan
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Good taste consists first upon fitness. By George William Curtis
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Tastes in young people are changed by natural impetuosity, and in the aged are preserved by habit. By Francois De La Rochefoucauld
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Pay enough for anything and it passes for taste. By Sue Grafton
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Exuberance is better than taste. By Gustave Flaubert
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Oh, taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who trusts in Him! By Sarah Young
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Color is the taste buds of perception. By Zephyr Mcintyre
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Taste and love are not the servants of the will. Love is and must be free. It rises from the heart like perfume from a flower. By Robert Green Ingersoll
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I tried good taste, but the strain was too much for me. By Mason Cooley
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We must allow difference of taste. By Jane Austen
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There is no way that you can know the taste of water unless you drink it or unless it has rained on you or unless you jump in the river. By Charles Manson
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Let things taste the way they are. By Alice Waters
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Flavor is, counterintuitively, less than 10% taste and more than 90% smell. By Timothy Ferriss
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Good taste doesn't exist. It is our taste. We have to be proud of it. By Franco Moschino
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Eh! All of you! come here!! taste it! taste it, taste it, taste it!!! By Gordon Ramsay
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Taste is improved by cultivation. By Robert Aris Willmott
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Until you've tasted it [anything], you can't really know it. By Goswami Kriyananda
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To taste fully is to live fully. By Kate Christensen
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Good taste is better than bad taste, but bad taste is better than no taste. By Arnold Bennett
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I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best. By Oscar Wilde
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One of the greatest geniuses that ever existed,Shakespeare, undoubtedly wanted taste. By Horace Walpole
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The essence of good taste is a sense of values, and a sense of values is the pivotal point of good living. By Millicent Fenwick
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Not everyone likes all our flavors, but each flavor is someone's favorite. By Irv Robbins
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To me, food is as much about the moment, the occasion, the location and the company as it is about the taste. By Heston Blumenthal
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Let things taste of what they are. By Alice Waters
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Smell and taste are in fact but a single composite sense, whose laboratory is the mouth and its chimney the nose. By Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
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Taste tends to develop very unevenly. It's rare that the same person has good visual taste and good taste in people and taste in ideas. By Susan Sontag
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There is no body but eats and drinks. But they are few who can distinguish flavors. By Confucius
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A person's tongue can give you the taste of his heart. By Ibn Qayyim Al-Jawziyya
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There are five known fundamental tastes in the human palate: salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and umami. By Malcolm Gladwell
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The only tastes worth having are acquired tastes. By Gilbert Adair
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gastronomic flavours and traditions on display to tease and seduce the senses. By Atsons
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Look you dead in the face Now tell me how good does it taste By Rick Ross
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The real seat of taste was not the tongue but the mind By Mahatma Gandhi
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Taste! It doesn't exist. An artist makes beautiful things without being aware of it. By Edgar Degas
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If your choice enters into it, then taste is involved - bad taste, good taste, uninteresting taste. Taste is the enemy of art, A-R-T. By Marcel Duchamp
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I have a good flavor memory. By Tom Douglas
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Things sweet to taste prove in digestion sour. By William Shakespeare
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Look out for squalls when you find it, and you will readily believe how little taste I found By Robert Louis Stevenson
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A taste older than meat, older than wine. A taste as old as cold water. By Lawrence Durrell
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Spice a dish with love and it pleases every palate. By Plautus
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I am an acquired taste. By W.s. Gilbert
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There is no disputing about taste. By Jane Austen
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No taste is so acquired as that for someone else's quality of mind. By Cyril Connolly
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We eat for one reason: because we love the way food tastes. Flavor is the original craving. By Mark Schatzker
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Enjoy pleasures, but let them be your own, and then you will taste them. By Lord Chesterfield
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Why let taste get in the way of a good investment? By S A Smythe
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It tastes like life.""What?""Rotten and strange and rich and way, way too strong>strongstrong>. By Adam Gidwitz
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That's the thing about taste: It's rarely shared. By Suzanne Rindell
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Bitter flavours were all his palate knew. Once By Will Elliott
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Having a 'taste for life' is about knowing its various flavours and awaiting the next meal. By Fennel Hudson
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To know much and taste nothing-of what use is that? By Bonaventure
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A food's value is based on how good it tastes. By Homaro Cantu
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Manners," I say. "It ain't polite to taste people. Shit. By Nenia Campbell
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Errors of taste are very often the outward sign of a deep fault of sensibility. By Jonathan Miller
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It tasted like a shade of white near blue; it tasted like the idea of pearls; it tasted like a memory nearly grasped but lost at the last moment. By Catherynne M Valente
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Eating was an essential, sensual and communal activity requiring nothing more than taste buds and an open mind. By Hannah Mary Rothschild
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It tastes like life.""What?""Rotten and strange and rich and way, way too strong. By Adam Gidwitz
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Your sort, always combining flavors! Sea urchins have to taste also like lemon, sugar also like chocolate, love also like paradise! By Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa
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Taste is the feminine of genius. By Edward Fitzgerald
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I record here the actions of optical nerves, of taste buds, of sensory perception. By Sylvia Plath
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Good taste is not something you can be taught. It's not something you obtain in a store or go to college to learn. By Pat Conroy
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The taste of life is in love. By Sunday Adelaja
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Q: Why do you like chocolate so much?A: The answer, clearly, is because I've tasted chocolate. By Pseudonymous Bosch
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Caught between the tongue and the taste. By Anne Carson
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I don't think I've got bad taste. I've got no taste. By Graham Norton
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Taste of forbidden fruit, made all the more exciting By Andrzej Sapkowski
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Taste and good-nature are universally connected. By William Shenstone
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Delicacy of taste has the same effect as delicacy of passion; it enlarges the sphere both of our happiness and our misery. By David Hume
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You have to taste a culture to understand it. By Deborah Cater
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The taste on her palate was pungent and rich, the flavor of woodlands and dark earth simmered in sunshine. By Alison Croggon
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Taste it and you will get a desire for it.Irish Proverb By Dorien Kelly
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The number of flavors is infinite, for every soluble body has a peculiar flavor, like none other. By Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
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Look, but don't touch. Touch, but don't taste. Taste, but don't swallow. By Al Pacino
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Ultimately, taste is so niche and so personal. By Dana Goodyear
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Taste is often one of the aspects of fashion. By Robert Aris Willmott
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Salt is the policeman of taste: it keeps the various flavors of a dish in order and restrains the stronger from tyrannizing over the weaker. By Margaret Visser
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