A New Sense of Taste


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A New Sense of Taste

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The memory I related is about the difference in taste and smell before I had covid versus after. It is still altered in some ways and did not return as it was before. I still find it jarring eat something that I used to love only to find that it tastes different and I no longer like it.

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Emily Brignone

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Emily Brignone

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November 2020 to present

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Emily Brignone explains her experience losing her sense of taste and smell after contracting COVID-19 and the ways in which her sense of taste and smell came back differently.

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Subject Emily Brignone Possible Privacy Issue
Date October 15, 2021
Interviewer Emily Brignone
Annotator Sarah Heavren
0 Emily explains getting a positive COVID-19 test on Thanksgiving and losing her sense of taste and smell; remembers sense of taste and smell came back differently and things that used to smell and taste one way now smell and taste differently
1 Explains becoming a much pickier eater because foods have a strange aftertaste; can remember what things tasted like before and now they taste different; thinks the taste alteration is jarring

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This item was submitted on October 15, 2021 by Emily Brignone using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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