When I was in the hospital, before I was discharged, I remember the Dr saying that I should try things I didn't think I liked because things have changed now. I found this to be true. There has been a couple of things I didn't like before that I love now. I have yet to find anything that I liked before that I don't like now though. Has anyone else's tast buds changed? I'm finding that this could be a touchy subject in here. Some people with TBI do not have the abily to taste things.
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