New York Times: Will Fish Sauce and Charred Oranges Return the World Covid Took From Me?

Regaining my sense of smell is tedious and slow, but I’m using the only therapy proven to work.

For people who have lost their sense of smell to Covid, scent training with various foods and other aromas can help reawaken their olfactory abilities.

Back in Jamaica, when Trudy-Ann Lalor and her siblings caught a cold, their mother burned Seville oranges over a fire in the backyard, cut the charred peel away and gave them the hot, juicy pulp with sugar, to eat with a spoon.

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