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How does a piece of bread taste after you chew it for sometime
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Preeti Dabral 1 year ago

As Salivary amylase enzyme secreted in our mouth for digesting starch starts breaking down carbohydrates present in bread and convert it into maltose sugar that's why it tastes sweeter after chewing the bread for some time.

Saliva contains a digestive enzyme called Salivary amylase. Salivary amylase convert the starch present in the food into maltose. Maltose is a sugar which is sweet in taste. Hence, it tastes sweeter after chewing the bread for some time.

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