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Creative Loafing, Sarasota
Read about "Flavor Tripping" - Creative Loafing, Sarasota (07/16/08 - Web Edition)

The palate-defying schizophrenia of miracle fruit.

DINEAID Flavour-Tripping Party
Read about "Dine out for a good cause" - MindFood (Web Edition)

Media launch featuring a Miracle Fruit Flavour-Tripping party, which was held in "Skytower" Auckland NZ for the launch of the restaurant charity DINEAID. By adding just $2 extra to the bill, New Zealand restaurant-goers can make a big difference this Christmas.

See the Flavour-Tripping Party Invitation.

See the DINEAID Image Gallery of the festivities!

BBC News Magazine (Web)
Read about "The miracle berry" - BBC News Magazine (Web Edition)

Imagine an extract from a berry that would make sour things taste sweet and help you lose weight. Then imagine not being allowed to take it.

Cabinet Magazine (Print)
Read about "Covert Dining in New York: Miracle Fruit" - Cabinet Magazine (Web Edition)

Local Forage (Web)
Read about ""Miracle Fruit": Natural African Berry Sweetener" - Local Forage (Web Edition)

Being slightly hypoglycemic, my ears perk up when I get wind of a new natural sweetener. On last week, I read about one made from a West African berry called Synsepalum dulcificum, sometimes called the miracle fruit. (Web)
Read about "What fruit creates a taste illusion?" - (Web Edition)

The miracle or miraculous fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum Daniell ex S. Bell) is a large evergreen shrub in the Sapotaceae, the sapodilla family. The shrub is native to tropical West Africa where it is variously called taami, ledidi, and asaa.

NotCot (Web)
Read about "Miracle Fruit Review" - NotCot (Web Edition)

Mmm Magic Berries. (I prefer that name for it.) Today i received some Miracle Fruit in the mail, and after much research and curiosity, did a bit of grocery shopping for bitter/sour foods, and then came the ultimate test (these tiny berries turn anything sour/bitter SWEET)! Pictures galore after the jump… and for those who haven’t heard of these magic berries, here’s the short version of their magic powers and background.

Recueilli (Web)
Read about "Miracle Fruit!" - Recueilli (Web Edition)

Heard of miracle fruit? Unless you are from Japan, West Africa or an internet news junkie chances are the answer is no.

Jacob Grier (Web)
Read about "Miracle fruit in the WSJ" - Jacob Grier (Web Edition)

The night’s festivities are covered in the opening of the story. The offbeat center column of the Journal has always been one of my favorite features in the paper, so it’s bit of a thrill being in it.

Eat Food(d) (Blog)
Read about "Miracle fruit in the WSJ" - Eat Foo(d) (Web Edition)

Today's center column on the front page of the Wall Street Journal is all about this blog's favorite berry, miracle fruit. I held a tasting of the fruit for friends a few weeks ago. In a weird sequence of events, what I expected to be a small group of foodies turned into a sizeable party, and one of the guests was none other than the reporter writing this article.

The Curio Society (Web)
Read about "Strange Fruit" - The Curio Society (Web Edition)

ARLINGTON, Va. — At a party here one recent Friday, Jacob Grier stood on a chair, pulled out a plastic bag full of small berries, and invited everyone to eat one apiece. “Make sure it coats your tongue,” he said.

Daily Candy Miami (Web)
Read about "Sweet Emotion" - Daily Candy Miami (Web Edition)

[Ring. Ring.] Hello? Heard this was the place to score the stuff. How much you need? ’Bout 50. Having a tasting party. Not a problem. Want the rundown? Sure — wouldn’t want anyone freakin’ out.

Calorie Lab (Web)
Read about "Miracle fruit a sour to sweet taste trip for Japanese" - Calorie Lab (Web Edition)

Tokyo dieters with a sweet tooth can enjoy cakes and fruit ices with minimal sugar and no artificial sweeteners at a new cafe that opened last week. The desserts are unpalatably sour in taste, but customers are instructed to chew on an African berry, called “miracle fruit,” which contains a protein that causes the taste buds to temporarily sense sour as sweet.

BoingBoing (Web)
Read about "Miracle fruit alters sense of taste" - BoingBoing (February 5, 2008 - Web Edition)

Miracle fruit is an obscure fruit that alters one's sense of taste, masking bitter and especially sour flavors, causing lemons, limes, beers, and lots of other things to taste amazingly good. After reading about it on the Web and tracking down a source, my friend held an extensive tasting party.

Eat Foo(d) (Blog)
Read about "Post-Rapture Miracle Fruit Recap" - EatFoo(d) (February 5, 2008 - Web Edition)

Miracle fruit is not mind-blowing, but it's very, very cool. If you have the choice, go for the magic mushrooms, but otherwise miracle fruit is one of the weirdest food-induced experiences one can have. It's like some weird new experiment from Willy Wonka's factory, only Willy Wonka is some shady horticulturist from Fort Lauderdale known to the world only through his cryptic messages on obscure gardening blogs.

International Herald Tribune (Web)
Read about "Miracle fruit: A tiny berry that tricks the tongue" - International Herald Tribune (May 28, 2008 - Web Edition)

Carrie Dashow dropped a large dollop of lemon sorbet into a glass of Guinness, stirred, drank and proclaimed that it tasted like a "chocolate shake."

Trend Central (Web)
Read about "TRENDS FROM THE 2008 FANCY FOOD SHOW " - Trend Central (July 01, 2008 - Web Edition)

Micro-veggies, sugar substitutes, experience fruit, and super tea Plus: (RED)''s new music service.

Miami New Times (Web)
Read about "Fruits of the Bloom" - Miami New Times (July 03, 2008 - Web Edition)

In more ways than one, this miracle berry is freakin' sweet.

Democracy Now! (Web)
Read about "The Fruit Hunters: Author Adam Leith Gollner on the Politics of Fruit and the Secret History of the “Miracle Berry”" - Democracy Now! (July 09, 2008 - Web Edition)

Gollner traveled around the world in search of what he calls the forgotten histories of fruit. Among his discoveries: the “miracle berry,” a cranberry-like fruit that turns sour into sweet, but for questionable reasons—including possible conflicts with corporate interests—has yet to reach American consumers.

Voice Of America (Web)
Read about "Miracle Fruit Satisfies Sweet Tooth Without Sugar" - Voice Of America. (July 15, 2008 - Web Edition)

Food connoisseurs in the United States are raving about an African fruit that promises to make many foods taste sweet without using sugar.

Orlando Sentinel (Web)
Read about "WILL THIS FRUIT MAKE YOU THIN?" - (July 22, 2008 - Print Edition)

It sweetens food -- without sugar's calories.

Technorati (Blog) (Blog)
Check out this great blog on - "Miraculin For Christmas". (Blog)

The Fruit Hunters (Book)

Read about Miracle Fruit in - "The Fruit Hunters". (Published in May 2008)

National Public Radio
Listen to "Miracle Mystery Fruit Turns Sourness Sweet". (Radio)

Discussion of Miracle Fruit uses! All Things Considered, March 31, 2007. It's a tiny berry. But it works miracles when you eat it before sour foods. Lemons instantly turn from sour to sweet. Even a bologna sandwich turns to cake.

Author Adam Leith Gollner is currently writing a book about the miracle fruit and provides a history of the berry.

The Splendid Table (Radio)
Read about "What is the miracle behind Miracle Fruit?". (Radio)

Host of The Splendid Table tastes Miracle Fruit and is pleasantly surprised. Play from minute: 33:30

Time Out Singapore
Great article featuring Curtis and Miracle Fruits Exchange in Time Out Singapore: "You Little Tart!". (Web Edition)

CBS2 Los Angeles
Great broadcast on CBS2 Los Angeles: "Miracle Fruit Makes Everything Taste Sweet". (June 6th, 2008 - Web Edition)

Chicago Tribune
See this article in the Chicago Tribune: "Miracle fruit reaches Chicago: Berry fools mouth to make sour taste sweet". (November 22nd, 2008 - Web Edition)

WPLG Miami
See this broadcast on South Florida's WPLG Miami: "Miracle Fruit Makes Sour Foods Taste Sweet". (November 10th, 2008 - Web Edition)

Vox Kitchen
In Vox Kitchen - WUNDERBEERE. (November, 2008 - Web Edition)

Description: Miracle Fruit article in German.

Wall Street Journal

Broward Times

National Geographic
Read about "Tongue Twisters" in the National Geographic article on Miracle Fruit. (November 2007 - Print Edition)

Imbibe Magazine
Do you believe in magic?

Check out this fantastic article on: "Drinking Under the Influence of Miracle Fruit". (January/February 2008 (PDF article) - Print Edition)

New York Times
Read about "The Miracle Fruit, a Tease for the Taste Buds -". (May 28, 2008 - Print Edition)

A small red berry called miracle fruit temporarily rewires the way the palate perceives sour flavors, rendering lemons as sweet as candy.

Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
Read "Tastes Like Candy" in the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel. (June 30, 2008 - Print Edition)

Miami New Times
Read in the Miami New Times "Fruits of the Bloom". (July 3rd, 2008 - Print Edition)