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Re: Food you hate

Postby Zohar » Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:06 am UTC

Nath wrote:A lot of people use those horrid giant shiny tomatoes raw. The smaller flavourful ones are nice. (I don't mean cherry tomatoes, though they aren't bad either.)


It's worth noting that in general, with vegetables smaller is better. Bigger means there's more water in the vegetable and the flavor (and other beneficial stuff) is less concentrated.
Since veggies are bought by weight (except for some organic stuff), there's no reason to choose the biggest veggies you can find.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Bakemaster » Tue Feb 24, 2009 5:33 pm UTC

I generally buy plum (Roma) tomatoes for all purposes, except occasionally when I'll buy grape tomatoes to halve and throw in a salad. The fact that I can get one slice roughly the size of a bulkie roll out of a larger tomato does little to make up for the low quality of pretty much any larger conventional tomato sold in supermarkets, in my opinion.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby el_loco_avs » Mon Mar 09, 2009 10:56 am UTC

There's only one thing I still cannot possible eat.


Liver.
I can sort of get it down.. but... the texture just gives me goosebumps.


Other than that i just moderately dislike:
corn (meh)
champignons (texture is icky)
cauliflower (meh, unless with extremely unhealthy cheesesauce)



I used to be SOOO much more picky about stuff. Then I decided I had to grow up a bit and try more different things. Starting with huuuge teppanyaki style mushrooms at some japanese place. Couple years later my hatred of all nuts, most veggies and everthing was gone. :mrgreen:
Coincidentally that caused me to go from the slightly too skinny kid to be the slightly too heavy boy for a couple years. *grin*
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Nath » Mon Mar 09, 2009 10:20 pm UTC

el_loco_avs wrote:Other than that i just moderately dislike:
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champignons (texture is icky)
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I used to be SOOO much more picky about stuff. Then I decided I had to grow up a bit and try more different things. Starting with huuuge teppanyaki style mushrooms at some japanese place. Couple years later my hatred of all nuts, most veggies and everthing was gone.

If you dislike mushrooms, how come they helped you get over your dislike of other veggies? Or do you only dislike certain kinds?

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Kendo_Bunny » Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:12 am UTC

asad137 wrote:A-1 is good for making mediocre and/or overcooked steaks palatable. I would never use it on an actual decent piece of meat, because it completely overwhelms the flavor of the meat itself.


A splash of A-1 mixed with melted butter makes a good side sauce for mock filet mignon. Basically, you take a steak, cut it into small pieces, season with Italian seasoning, salt, pepper, and a pinch of celery seed, wrap the sides in bacon, and cook lightly. Obviously, it's not as tender or as flavorful as filet mignon, but it's a pretty okay substitute when short on funds.

I usually don't care for sauces on my red meat, though. I usually season red meat moderately and serve it plain. Of course, I cook my red meat rare, and blood is the most flavorful sauce. I think the heaviest marinade I use on steak is a mixture of Worchestershire sauce and Italian seasoning, while the most complex seasoning I use is a rub made of dry mustard, garlic, rosemary, cinnamon, and thyme.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Yporqueno » Tue Mar 10, 2009 12:28 am UTC

I am not picky at all, I will eat ALMOST anything. I only have Three hangups with food:



I don't like tomatos. I will eat them, and I will enjoy them, but if there is a non-tomato option, I'll probably take it.

I Don't like Organ meat that I can identify, except for Lengua and Liver. I'll eat heart and kidney, but it's a little disturbing if i can tell it's a heart or kidney.

And last! I don't like to eat Brain. I just tend to avoid it.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby el_loco_avs » Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:25 am UTC

Nath wrote:
el_loco_avs wrote:Other than that i just moderately dislike:
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champignons (texture is icky)
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I used to be SOOO much more picky about stuff. Then I decided I had to grow up a bit and try more different things. Starting with huuuge teppanyaki style mushrooms at some japanese place. Couple years later my hatred of all nuts, most veggies and everthing was gone.

If you dislike mushrooms, how come they helped you get over your dislike of other veggies? Or do you only dislike certain kinds?



I only still dislike champignons specifically. I love others like shii-take and what not. so yeah, it's about the diffrent kinds.


I had me some barbecued cow intestine last year. I would have NEVER tried that when I was younger. It was good too!
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Nath » Wed Mar 11, 2009 12:10 am UTC

el_loco_avs wrote:I only still dislike champignons specifically. I love others like shii-take and what not. so yeah, it's about the diffrent kinds.

Ah, apparently 'champignon' in English refers specifically to button mushrooms. I thought it was just the French word for 'mushroom'.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby el_loco_avs » Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:30 am UTC

Nath wrote:
el_loco_avs wrote:I only still dislike champignons specifically. I love others like shii-take and what not. so yeah, it's about the diffrent kinds.

Ah, apparently 'champignon' in English refers specifically to button mushrooms. I thought it was just the French word for 'mushroom'.



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ha, I just assumed they were called the same thing in english as in dutch. My bad :lol:

It is indeed the french word for mushroom. And yes, wiki says the mushroom type I was trying to talk about was the button mushroom.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby It Should Be Real » Mon Mar 30, 2009 5:17 am UTC

Cooked tomatoes offend me by being so horrible. They're the only food I really detest.
And I never really understood the appeal of beetroot.

Can someone explain that to me? :?

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Re: Food you hate

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:06 pm UTC

Dibley wrote:Size does not necessarily correlate to flavor. I grow tomatoes, and the huge ones (much bigger than storebought huge ones) are still really flavorful. My favorite thing in the summer is a tomato sandwich, with a slice of bread, some mayonnaise (yes, I'm one of those people, I love mayonnaise), a huge thick slab of tomato (ideally one slice that covers the whole slice of bread, and should be at least 3/4" thick), and optionally bacon.


You forgot the Vidalia onion on that sandwich. Best. Onion. EVER.

I remember seeing something on TV that a lot of the commercially-grown tomatoes actually contain a lot of water, and that takes away from the flavor. I think it's to make it cheaper to grow large quantities of it. I've found the best tomato is the one grown in a small garden, like the ones we'll have in this year. And the ones we had last year.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby SherryCQ » Sat Apr 04, 2009 10:04 pm UTC

Coming from a Filipino family, I seem to like things/parts of animals that non-Filipinos are a bit squeamish about.

Meat: Everything except for the liver and brain of an animal is good with me, including the blood if it's stewed right. However, I've never tried brain and I get a bit squicked about the idea, and both the texture and taste of liver seriously turns my appetite off. It's crumbly and mushy--meat should not have that sort of texture!

Vegetables: Eggplant is horrendously bland, no matter what kind of flavor I've tried to soak it in. Also, even if it isn't overcooked it just turns into mush when I eat it and that's not good. Cauliflower I'll eat if I have to, but I don't really care about it. Olives don't taste bad, but they are WAY too oily and I usually give them to my sister if I can.

Fruit: Red apple skin has a gritty aftertaste that pretty much ruins the apple for me. If I can peel it, that's fine, but only then will I bother to eat red apples.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby PAstrychef » Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:53 pm UTC

You know why the bulk mushroom grower got in trouble? Charges of loose morels. The cops said-you are in deep shiitake, boyo. He didn't worry, though. He knew his lawyer would be his champingon. They would have the whole thing buttoned up in no time. :wink:
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Re: Food you hate

Postby lilbillyd40 » Mon Apr 06, 2009 12:09 am UTC

i cant stand mushrooms or onions, cooked or raw, and i absoulutly hate it when they are put on other foods it just ruins them!!

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Re: Food you hate

Postby SDIX » Fri May 01, 2009 2:46 pm UTC

mellons of all kinds, especially watermelon
coconut
cucumbers and squash
fishy tasting fish(love tuna and salmon and most sushi grade fish)

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Re: Food you hate

Postby fwlbg » Fri May 01, 2009 11:09 pm UTC

Let's see...:

Carrots
Sweetcorn
Pickles
Tuna
Noodles (the uber-thin kind)
Cooked peppers (they're so fucking slimy)
Raw onions
Mushrooms (if they're mixed into anything, I won't eat them)
Ketchup (not exactly a food, but it sort of is, and I hate it so much)
Salt-and-Vinegar crisps (I feel sick now)
Bananas
Apples (I may eat pieces of them if I watch someone peel the skin off, though)
Sausages (Definitely if they have the skins on; I might eat them without skin)
Baked beans
Overcooked steak (FFS, some restaurants pretty much destroy any tenderness contained by the steak before serving it)
Potato cube approximations (their texture ruins EVERYTHING! Except perhaps other potato cube approximations)
Mayonnaise
Pepperoni

Err, that's about all I can think of now, I'm pretty sure there's more though. I'm about 88% sure that the list is exhaustive, luckily.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Dibley » Fri May 01, 2009 11:29 pm UTC

What really bugs me is when people don't like a food and therefore think everyone else should also dislike it and never use it. I don't mind it when you don't like things, your loss, but is it so much to ask that you not be a dick about it? (Not talking about anyone in particular)
fwlbg wrote:Potato cube approximations (their texture ruins EVERYTHING! Except perhaps other potato cube approximations)

What are you talking about, by the way?

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Gentlelady » Sat May 02, 2009 1:42 am UTC

fwlbg wrote:Let's see...:

Carrots
Sweetcorn
Pickles (a-fuckin-mazing)
Tuna
Noodles (the uber-thin kind)
Cooked peppers (they're so fucking slimy)
Raw onions
Mushrooms (if they're mixed into anything, I won't eat them)
Ketchup (not exactly a food, but it sort of is, and I hate it so much)
Salt-and-Vinegar crisps (are amazing)
Bananas
Apples (I may eat pieces of them if I watch someone peel the skin off, though)
Sausages (Definitely if they have the skins on; I might eat them without skin)
Baked beans
Overcooked steak (FFS, some restaurants pretty much destroy any tenderness contained by the steak before serving it)
Potato cube approximations (their texture ruins EVERYTHING! Except perhaps other potato cube approximations)
Mayonnaise
Pepperoni


Fix'd.

What do you eat then, lint from your dryer?

I hate Peas, Tuna, French fries, Miracle Whip, Egg Plant, Celery, and Chocolate Cake.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby mickyj300x » Sat May 02, 2009 1:52 am UTC

I don't like anything with a weird texture. So that means to me:

Pears (Cooked or otherwise)
Cooked Apples
Tomatoes
Onions
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Bakemaster » Sat May 02, 2009 4:54 pm UTC

Gentlelady wrote:I hate ... Chocolate Cake.

HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN.

And in FRANCE, no less!?
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Gentlelady » Sun May 03, 2009 4:48 am UTC

Bakemaster wrote:HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN.

And in FRANCE, no less!?


I don't like chocolate all that much. I just don't eat it a lot. And I also have never had a chocolate cake that I ever liked.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby crowey » Sun May 03, 2009 7:43 pm UTC

Spaghetti. I really don't know why, it just tastes different from other pasta/noodles, and I don't like it.
Also, lasagne. grim.

Having said that, if someone cooked it for me, I'd eat it. I'd never choose it in a restaurant or cook it myself though.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon May 04, 2009 2:37 am UTC

Mr. Bakerstein wrote:
Gentlelady wrote:I hate...Chocolate Cake.

HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN.

And in FRANCE, no less!?


Gentlelady wrote:I don't like chocolate all that much. I just don't eat it a lot. And I also have never had a chocolate cake that I ever liked.


I have never seen those words used in the same sentence, much less the same post before. And twice.

Of course, it depends on what your definition of chocolate cake is. Some people believe chocolate cake is any kind of cake coated in chocolate frosting. My grandma in Alabamastan is one of these people. She'd make up a white or yellow cake, cover it in chocolate frosting, and call it chocolate cake. If you don't like that, then I can understand that. I don't care for it myself, but in a pinch it's ok.

If, however, you're one of the few more intelligent people who knows that chocolate cake means both the cake and frosting are made of chocolate, and you don't like that, then you have some serious issues.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Gentlelady » Mon May 04, 2009 6:47 am UTC

PatrickRsGhost wrote:I have never seen those words used in the same sentence, much less the same post before. And twice.

Of course, it depends on what your definition of chocolate cake is. Some people believe chocolate cake is any kind of cake coated in chocolate frosting. My grandma in Alabamastan is one of these people. She'd make up a white or yellow cake, cover it in chocolate frosting, and call it chocolate cake. If you don't like that, then I can understand that. I don't care for it myself, but in a pinch it's ok.

If, however, you're one of the few more intelligent people who knows that chocolate cake means both the cake and frosting are made of chocolate, and you don't like that, then you have some serious issues.



Haha, I mean it as both chocolate cake and chocolate frosting. I just don't find anything appealing about chocolate cake. But if you have a recipe you think I would like, I am always up for trying it.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby zombie_monkey » Mon May 04, 2009 6:47 am UTC

Chocolate cake is pretty bad, I will eat it if forced to in order to be polite but otherwise... yuck. That goes for pretty much all kinds cake, actually. And most similar kinds of sweet food.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Zohar » Mon May 04, 2009 6:49 am UTC

zombie_monkey wrote:Chocolate cake is pretty bad, I will eat it if forced to in order to be polite but otherwise... yuck. That goes for pretty much all kinds cake, actually. And almost everything else that is overly sweet.

Do you know people who bake/cook? Maybe you just need something a bit less sweet? For example, a bitter chocolate cake with some coffee?
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Gentlelady » Mon May 04, 2009 6:50 am UTC

zombie_monkey wrote:Chocolate cake is pretty bad, I will eat it if forced to in order to be polite but otherwise... yuck.


You had my support until here.

That goes for pretty much all kinds cake, actually.


I love cake. It's delicious, and if it has anything to do with peanuts or peanut butter then I am hooked.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby zombie_monkey » Mon May 04, 2009 6:51 am UTC

Bitter cake with coffee is ok, it the sweet taste that's the problem. It's usually waaay too strong. My taste buds shut down from sensory overload.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Zohar » Mon May 04, 2009 6:57 am UTC

zombie_monkey wrote:Bitter cake with coffee is ok, it the sweet taste that's the problem. It's usually waaay too strong. My taste buds shut down from sensory overload.

I see. Then I will post a recipe for some good chocolate cake you might like when I get home, and suggest again that if you make desserts or have friends who do so, cut the amount of sweeteners in half. It usually won't harm the flavor at all.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby zombie_monkey » Mon May 04, 2009 7:01 am UTC

That should be fun to do, thanks!

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Re: Food you hate

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Mon May 04, 2009 1:25 pm UTC

That may be the problem. A lot of cakes made from cake mixes tend to be too sweet, too dry, or too moist. Same thing with cakes made by a professional baker. With homemade (as in measuring out dry ingredients, cracking eggs, measuring liquids), you can decide how sweet or unsweet you want it. I've found that in general, homemade cakes aren't as sweet as cakes made from box mixes, or made by someone else and sold at a bakery or store.

I remember not liking cakes from a local grocery store in a town we used to live in, because they were waaaaaay too sweet, as was the frosting/icing on said cakes. Turned out they were made with lard, and I think made with more sugar than normal. I could eat maybe one slice of that cake, but after that, get rid of it.

For my birthday last year, my dad bought one of those small sheet cakes from the store, instead of baking a cake from a mix like I had requested. I refused to eat it, because it was too sweet. He went and bought me half a creme cake ring, which was OK, but still a tad too sweet.

The grocery store near us sells individual slices of various cakes, like the yellow cake with chocolate frosting, chocolate cake with chocolate frosting, red velvet cake, German chocolate cake, carrot cake, and a couple of other flavors. This way I don't overindulge on sweetness, and once the slice is gone, I don't have to worry about having a whole damn cake sitting around the house that way too sweet, even for me, going to waste.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Bakemaster » Tue May 05, 2009 3:17 am UTC

I've only ever found one bakery that had an icing on regular old birthday cakes (white icing) that wasn't pretty much disgusting sugar paste. Their plain white frosting was far richer and less sweet than any other I've ever found. Unfortunately, they went out of business a couple years ago. They did really amazing rum cakes as well.

For those who don't like terribly sweet cakes, you can make a really good vegan chocolate frosting using confectioner's sugar, cocoa powder and soy milk. Proportions are up to you, but 2:1 sugar to cocoa is a fine place to start; add soy milk gradually while mixing, until you get a consistency you like, taste and then add more sugar or cocoa as you prefer. It won't ever make a very thick frosting, more of a glaze, but it tastes amazing and is quite shiny and impressive.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby mywintercap » Thu May 07, 2009 4:45 am UTC

I think I'm pretty picky, but the main thing that gets me in trouble is I don't eat tomato sauce. I didn't start eating pizza until I was 14 or something (and only then because it kept showing up at parties) but now I just get pizza without tomato sauce. I dislike sauces/condiments in general, and food that looks messy or gross. I guess those go hand in hand.

Also, I don't think I like what I think is Mexican food, tacos, nachos (I like just plain chips, but not all the stuff on it), burritos, beans, quesadillas, etc.

Also, I don't really think I get cheese. It is okay sometimes, but I don't see so much what the big deal is. I'm a vegetarian and NOT TO GET ALL VEGAN ON YOU but I think I am phasing away from dairy products in general. I stopped drinking milk over a year ago, and now I don't think I could have any without feeling sick. So I don't really like milk either, and I mean this more as a food that is not enjoyable to me, and not as a food that I don't have for moral/health/whathaveyou reasons.

Before when I ate meat, I hated beef jerky, even though I don't think I ever tried it.

zombie_monkey wrote:Chocolate cake is pretty bad, I will eat it if forced to in order to be polite but otherwise... yuck. That goes for pretty much all kinds cake, actually. And most similar kinds of sweet food.

I hear you on things that are too sweet, but I'm the opposite, re: chocolate cake. I'm not huge on cake, and it's not that I don't like other cake, but rather that I don't see the point in eating cake that isn't chocolate (or any other kind of dessert).

I accepted a piece of the meat cake from Ryan North at webcomics weekend, but even then in my head I was just thinking I WISH THIS WAS CHOCOLATE.


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Re: Food you hate

Postby Gentlelady » Fri May 08, 2009 1:24 am UTC

I also don't like peaches. I don't find anything appealing about them.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Decker » Fri May 08, 2009 2:54 am UTC

Not food, but I've recently found that I have a distaste for most kinds of wine. I don't know why, but the aftertaste makes me sick.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Zohar » Mon May 11, 2009 5:15 pm UTC

A while ago someone said something about not liking sweet desserts, I posted a recipe for a very rich and not too sweet chocolate cake in the xkcd cookbook.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby ssbookyu123 » Sat May 30, 2009 5:48 pm UTC

Will eat anything ANYTHING as long as it is semi edible will not eat oak leaves, nasty stuff. However I know what good food is, mind you.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Dibley » Sat May 30, 2009 7:50 pm UTC

It really depends on the species. California Black Oak is quite tasty, but I've had poor luck with most others.

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Re: Food you hate

Postby Lithium33 » Sun May 31, 2009 3:52 am UTC

I hate deviled eggs. YOU SMELL SO BAD AND THE SMELL GETS IN EVERYTHING.
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Re: Food you hate

Postby Amalith » Mon Jun 01, 2009 3:37 am UTC

Reading all of this I seem to have a strange taste.I love raw tomatoes, they are delicious. But, if the tomatoes are cooked, I hate them. The only things I can stand that happen to be cooked tomato are cold marinara sauce (not warm, like on spaghetti) as a dipping sauce, and multiple types of salsa (and hot sauce). Beyond that it ranges from just tasting bad to making me gag (and not because it was prepared poorly, just pure dislike)

Other (more normal) things I can't stand:
Bell Peppers
Anything that is noticeably sea food
Pickles, or anything pickled for that matter
And while it's not food, I don't like meat if it isn't cooked well enough. Some people I know eat meat so rare it looks like it's bleeding, and it makes me gag just looking at it. Pink is fine, but if it's noticably red, then thats disgusting.

Other than that, I like pretty much everything. (granted I havent tried everything, so there's almost definately more stuff I don't like)


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