Renfield (2023)

Monosodium glutamate, popularly known as MSG, is a naturally occurring amino acid. It is typically found in small quantities in such food items as tomatoes and cheese, but it has come to prominence as an isolated food additive and a flavour enhancer widely used all over the world, often associated with the umami flavour of far-Eastern cuisines. In short, it’s salt on steroids.  

Continue reading