Five Flavours

Five Flavours

Traditional Chinese medicine
A term referring to the division of the foods and herbs used in Chinese herbal medicine into five categories of flavour—sour, bitter, sweet, spicy and salty—which relates to their effect according to the Oriental construct of disease; each of the five flavours is further classified as being either yin or yang in nature.
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Apocalypse Child' won best picture at the 10th Five Flavours Film Festival in Warsaw last year.
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The popcorn comes in five flavours, and it's all high fibre and 100% wholegrain.
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Available in a choice of five flavours Lemon, Honey, Vanilla, Strawberry or Natural.
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Five flavours, such as applewood, beer, farmhouse cheddar, rum and raisin and orange and cranberry are provided in 100g packs on a board with knife for just pounds 6.
The year's supply will include all five flavours from the new Walkers Max range.