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New Blog Dishes Out Information on Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) and Umami Taste
Date:9/20/2013

dall College School of Culinary Arts and a contributing blogger. “MSG is scientifically proven to be safe, and its flavor enhancing qualities shouldn’t be ignored in the kitchen. It can be another powerful tool in the arsenal of the chef.”

Focusing on the science and history behind glutamate and MSG, MSGdish takes a creative “foodie” approach to exploring umami and savory foods. MSGdish hosts numerous educational videos for those seeking to learn more about umami and glutamates such as MSG. The blog also features umami-rich recipes and encourages visitors to comment and engage with its online community. In addition, the blog highlights timely news articles covering umami as the trending topic, such as two articles in the September 2013 issue of Wired magazine, including one called “Peak Umami” and another by renowned Chef David Chang discussing food science and “sources of umami flavors,” commenting that “MSG makes food taste delicious.”

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About the MSGdish Blog
MSGdish is a blog dedicated to providing important information about glutamate, monosodium glutamate (MSG) and the many culinary creations inspired by umami. MSGdish hosts a broad array of information about umami, glutamate, and MSG, as well as tidbits about food, taste and health. MSGdish is brought to you by The Glutamate Association. More information is available at http://www.MSGfacts.com.

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