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Taste Test
Premix a dozen different flavors in liquid form and have them in small sampling jars, such as mason
jars or baby food jars. Flavors can include extracts (like vanilla and almond), drink flavors (like
cherry and grape juices), diluted vinegar, etc. Place the flavors at numbered stations and hand out
cards with the numbers next to blank lines. Have plenty of toothpicks at each station so that each
person can use a different toothpick for the flavors. Let everyone try each flavor and identify as
many as they can. The winners are those that identify the most flavors.

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