After using toothpaste, orange juice and other juices have an unpleasant taste. This effect is attributed to products of the chemical reaction between stannous fluoride in toothpaste and the acetic acid in the juices. Sodium lauryl sulfate alters taste perception. It can break down phospholipids that inhibit taste receptors for sweetness, giving food a bitter taste. In contrast, apples are known to taste more pleasant after using toothpaste.
The primary reference for this appears to be a comment on the US Department of Energy website.
This seems to be an untested hypothesis. My question is Are there any papers linking the bad taste of orange juice after toothpaste to sulfates?