season to taste

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of season to taste

: to add as much salt or pepper or as much of a spice or herb as one likes so something tastes good

Word by Word Definitions

season play
  1. : a time characterized by a particular circumstance or feature

  2. : a suitable or natural time or occasion

  3. : an indefinite period of time : while

  1. : to give (food) more flavor or zest by adding seasoning or savory ingredients

  2. : to give a distinctive quality to as if by seasoning

  3. : to qualify by admixture : temper

taste play
  1. : to ascertain the flavor of by taking a little into the mouth

  2. : to eat or drink especially in small quantities

  3. : to perceive or recognize as if by the sense of taste

  1. : the objective sweet, sour, bitter, or salty quality of a dissolved substance as perceived by the sense of taste

  2. : a sensation obtained from a substance in the mouth that is typically produced by the stimulation of the sense of taste combined with those of touch and smell : flavor

  3. : the distinctive quality of an experience


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