Can you notice a taste difference in regular and diet soda products?
If you pored them in a glass without a label, I probably wouldn't notice the difference.
I'd say diet soda is a little less sweet and bland tasting. But I agree, the difference is so subtle, it's hard to spot the difference.
In a blind taste test I could tell you the difference between diet and regular. All det soda at least for me leaves an afetr taste in my mouth!
Heck yes! How can you not? Diet has always tasted worse to me.
Well, because I am strictly a healthy eater, I do not eat or drink any thing that is artificial. Sorry. Though years ago as a teenager I drank soda and always wanted something with no calorie, so when I accidentally reached for the wrong one you can really taste the high content of sugar. But for me now, I would never touch the stuff!! Calories or no calories - soda has no reason or purpose in our bodies.
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