Tehillim, Psalm 34:9 is most often translated as: Taste and see, (that) HaShem is good. Sometimes this verse is explained as to taste and see His Goodness.
But Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhensk interprets this verse: ‘Taste and see that all goodness is in fact G‑d.’ And the Shem Olam understand it to mean "Reflect (taste) and see that Hashem is good." And another interpretation (Rabbi Mordechai Becher) could be "Contemplate/Comprehend and see that Hashem is good.” 'Taste' as explained niet the Malbim Deens to refers to one's individual perception/understanding.
Is this a literal taste or is it more like within the saying: 'Taste live' ?