NCBI ROFL: Taste preference for brussels sprouts: an informal look.

By ncbi rofl | November 29, 2011 7:47 pm

It’s Trinkaus week on NCBI ROFL! All this week, we’ll be featuring articles by John Trinkaus, whose work gives us “an informal look” at many aspects of everyday life. Enjoy!

Taste preference for brussels sprouts: an informal look.

“An inquiry of the taste preference of 442 business students for brussels sprouts showed about a 50% dislike of the vegetable, 40% indifference, and a 10% like. Some implications of the findings are suggested.”

Bonus table from the text:

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