National Geographic : 1942 Mar
Revolution in Eating 299 To the Layman, This Is the Molecular Structure of a Taste The research chemist of the General Foods research laboratories at Hoboken says: "Not exactly. Taste is a person's psychological reaction from contact with the molecules of a flavoring substance." Technically, therefore, the models are used to symbolize formulas. This one depicts an element in lemon flavoring. In Man-made Caves Growers Water Mushrooms by the Light of Miners' Lamps For the six weeks from planting to picking, windowless mushroom houses have temperature, moisture, and ventilation carefully controlled. Chester County, Pennsylvania, is the Atlantic seaboard center of this fungus crop originally developed in caves and limestone quarries of France. Soup makers take a fifth of the 40-million-pound United States output; another fifth is canned. The rest is sold fresh.