Foods you cant stand?And foods you love.

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shortfatbalduglyman
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06 Aug 2017, 9:02 pm

xxZeromancerlovexx wrote:
Mayonnaise
Alfredo sauce
Sour cream
Fried chicken
Yellow cheeses
Grapefruit
Popcorn
Heavily buttered anything

I can't stand any of those.

I love kale though. It's my favorite food.

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love fried chicken

popeyes

kentucky fried chicken

but it has too much fat, calories, cholesterol, sodium.

throat feels gross for several days after eating one piece. breast, drumstick.

love the breading.

crunchy

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07 Aug 2017, 8:36 am

I have a great fondness for vegetable sushi; I additionally love many Indian and Mexican dishes. I wouldn't say I like extremely spicy food, though.
As a long term lacto-ovo vegetarian, I've learned to enjoy a wider range of foods but one thing I can't stand are salted peanuts. They actually make me feel a little ill just thinking about them. :skull:


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07 Aug 2017, 9:22 am

I like the taste of broccoli and cauliflower, but not the smell.

I would like to taste Serbian sarma, but I imagine the cabbage would give me gas.



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08 Aug 2017, 11:55 am

YUCK: :eew:
olives, cucumbers, pimentos, red peppers, raw tomatoes, oysters, stringy cucumbers, sea urchin, kimchee, bok choi, mushrooms, eel, mincemeat, anchovies, boney fish, rabbit, frog, black licorice [anise].
YUMMM :chef:
deep dish cheese-stuffed-crust pizza with the works EXCEPT for any of the above YUCKs. smoked salmon. cheddar burgers. beef stew/chicken stew. poutine. well-done carrots as part of stew or soup. beef or chicken hash. a good sharp room-temperature cheddar cheese. smoked cheese. spam. southern-fried chicken. cheddar meat loaf. fried potato pancakes. beer batter waffles with maple syrup and butter. creamy coconut milk. barley. buttered rice with teriyaki sauce. BBQ chicken breast. a pie made of chocolate cream cheese, cherry pie filling and whipped cream over a bed of buttered crushed chocolate graham cracker crust.



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08 Aug 2017, 2:50 pm

auntblabby wrote:
YUCK: :eew:
olives, cucumbers, pimentos, red peppers, raw tomatoes, oysters, stringy cucumbers, sea urchin, kimchee, bok choi, mushrooms, eel, mincemeat, anchovies, boney fish, rabbit, frog, black licorice [anise].
YUMMM :chef:
deep dish cheese-stuffed-crust pizza with the works EXCEPT for any of the above YUCKs. smoked salmon. cheddar burgers. beef stew/chicken stew. poutine. well-done carrots as part of stew or soup. beef or chicken hash. a good sharp room-temperature cheddar cheese. smoked waffles with maple syrup and butter. creamy coconut milk. barley. buttered rice with teriyaki sauce. BBQ chicken breast. a pie made of chocolate cream cheese, cherry pie filling and whipped cream over a bed of buttered crushed chocolate graham cracker crust.

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Olive, cucumber, tomato, mushroom

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Sea urchin, anchovies, licorice


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Pizza, cheddar, waffle, cherry pie



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08 Aug 2017, 8:45 pm

waffles made with beer batter.



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08 Aug 2017, 10:38 pm

The worst:
Raw celery repels me. I don't like the smell, taste or texture of it and the horrible bits of "string" are also repulsive: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/or ... 8c9035.jpg
(I can eat it cooked in vegetable soup though).
I couldn't eat black pudding unless I was literally starving to death, and maybe not even then.
Coriander disgusts me, the smell is appalling and the taste even worse!

There are so many foods I love that it would take a week to write them all down, so just a few random favourites:
Buttered toast with orange marmalade and tea
Peanut butter
Poached Eggs
All fruit and vegetables except the aforementioned beastly raw celery
Lemon Tarts



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08 Aug 2017, 10:40 pm

a PB and dark chocolate malt milkshake with coffee mixed in it, as well as butterscotch. :chef:



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09 Aug 2017, 8:07 pm

B19 wrote:
The worst:
Raw celery repels me. I don't like the smell, taste or texture of it and the horrible bits of "string" are also repulsive: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/or ... 8c9035.jpg
(I can eat it cooked in vegetable soup though).
I couldn't eat black pudding unless I was literally starving to death, and maybe not even then.
Coriander disgusts me, the smell is appalling and the taste even worse!

There are so many foods I love that it would take a week to write them all down, so just a few random favourites:
Buttered toast with orange marmalade and tea
Peanut butter
Poached Eggs
All fruit and vegetables except the aforementioned beastly raw celery
Lemon Tarts

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love peanut butter

used to eat it with a spoon from the can

peanut butter sandwich

high in sugar, fat, saturated fat, calories, protein,



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09 Aug 2017, 8:11 pm

I love PB mixed with butter, well blended together, it is so smooth and creamy and never gets stuck on the roof of my mouth like plain PB does.