A month of experimenting with the taste of foods and a refractometer has convinced my friends and me that a high Brix reading of plant juices does directly correlate with a satisfying, flavorful fruit or vegetable, and a low reading accurately predicts little flavor.
Brix reading predicts food flavor
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