Cookbook Aims To Help COVID-19 Victims Who Lost Their Taste Or Smell Chef Ryan Riley and Kimberley Duke's cookbook combines culinary science and medical research. It is designed to help people recovering from the coronavirus unlock more noticeable flavors.
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Cookbook Aims To Help COVID-19 Victims Who Lost Their Taste Or Smell

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Cookbook Aims To Help COVID-19 Victims Who Lost Their Taste Or Smell

Cookbook Aims To Help COVID-19 Victims Who Lost Their Taste Or Smell

Cookbook Aims To Help COVID-19 Victims Who Lost Their Taste Or Smell

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Chef Ryan Riley and Kimberley Duke's cookbook combines culinary science and medical research. It is designed to help people recovering from the coronavirus unlock more noticeable flavors.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. One of the most common symptoms of COVID-19 is the loss of taste or smell. Two British chefs are determined to help out. Ryan Riley and Kimberley Duke have written a cookbook. It combines culinary science and medical research. It's designed to help people recovering from COVID unlock more noticeable flavors. Vegetarian pineapple tacos and umami-flavored biscuits are among the options. It's MORNING EDITION.

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