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The first sensory response to fats is olfactory, through perception of volatile fat-soluble molecules that impart the characteristic flavor or aroma to many foods (Drewnowski, 1990). ” These textural and mouthfeel characteristics enhance the richness of food flavor, and strongly influence the palatability of the diet (Drewnowski, 1987; Mela, 1990). , 1989). , 1985; Drewnowski and Greenwood, 1983). , 1985). Of course, it is fat, not sugar, that provides the majority of the energy in such a mixture and in other sweet, fat-rich desserts.

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