Senses - taste
Taste – relatively few stimuli reach the human through the oral cavity, the organ responsible for the sense of taste. Only about 1% of all stimuli come through taste buds that sense chemical molecules. Thanks to the taste buds, we can tell if something is salty, sweet, sour or bitter. In addition, a salty taste helps a human to recognize the umami taste, which allows to determine if a dish contains glutamic acid.