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can I say: my grandparents tastes are heavy (toward food) My grandparents like to eat very salty and rich food. Can I say: They have very heavy taste? and me, opposite, I only eat very light food. I mean I don't like any salty food or rich, fat food. Can I say: my taste to food is very "light"? Can you recommend me some better expressions? Thank you:)
Jul 31, 2014 5:19 AM
Answers · 4
Hmmm Cherry. You can say, 'They eat very heavy food'. But, very heavy taste, does not sound right. If you were to say, 'Your taste for food is light', yes, then I know what you mean. You can also say, 'My grandparents have a very heavy diet'. Or even, 'My grandparents eat rich foods'.
July 31, 2014
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