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THURSDAY, April 12 (HealthDay News) --What do a slice of cheese, a glass of water, and a plate of broccoli have in common?
According to new research, consuming any of these foods seems to diminish the taste of cigarettes.
The research also found that cigarette taste is enhanced after eating meat or drinking alcohol or beverages that contain caffeine.
Some Foods Take Taste Out of Cigarettes