Texture is the way a food feels when you touch it or eat it.
Creamy foods are smooth, soft and thick.
Crumbly describes food that falls apart into small pieces when you eat or break it.
Crunchy foods have a hard texture and make a loud sound when chewed.
Greasy foods taste very much of oil, and usually leave oil behind.
Gooey describes foods that are wet and sticky, often in a positive way.
Moist describes foods that are slightly wet and soft.
Mushy also describes foods that are soft and wet, but usually it is used for food that is not meant to be soft.
Flavors/ Flavours are the particular tastes of a food.
Sweet foods have a sugary flavor, such as cake, ice cream, chocolate, lollipops and mangoes.
Salty is used to describe food that tastes too much of salt. It is usually used as a negative description.
Bitter describes a strong and sometimes unpleasant flavor that is the opposite of sweet.
Tart describes a sharp and acidic taste. Sour can also be used, but it often has a negative meaning.
Smoky describes foods that taste of smoked wood.
Rancid describes the taste of food that has a strong or unpleasant smell or taste because it is no longer fresh.
Spicy is the taste that makes one's mouth burn from strong chilies.
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