Yes! It was very sour and I loved it. I’d pour a small mound of the powder in the palm of my hand and lick it until it was all gone. Well, not exactly all gone. The wet Kool-Aid left a stain that didn’t wash off for days. Not sure how long the stain lasted because that was of no concern to me.
Giving someone the Rasberry, better known as Sticking out MY TONGUE could only be taken as a funny gesture. After all, my tongue was generally a kaleidoscope of different colors.
I was not aware that the tiny bumps on my tongue had anything to do with how the flavored powder tasted.
Let your kids discover the taste buds on their tongue.
What to Do!
1. Ask kids to look at their tongue in a mirror. They need to be close enough to the mirror to see the tiny bumps on their tongues.
2. Point out the tiny bumps and let them know that everyone has these bumps on their tongue. To confirm this, show them your tongue.
3. Explain that the tiny bumps on their tongue tell them what food tastes like. Let them know that their doctor calls these bumps taste buds.