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Use "savoriness" in a sentence
"In a nutshell, "umami," basically refers to savoriness - think of chicken broth, or a meat loaf, or cheese sauce, and is generally considered to be the fifth taste, after sweet, salt, bitter and sour."
"Sweetness from onion and grapes balances the savoriness, which is enhanced from the salsa's beef broth and chicken glace."
"Umami translates somewhat ambiguously to "savoriness," though I'd describe it instead as a round, full flavor-the sort of sensation we experience when tasting Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, soy sauce, or mushrooms."