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(10-05-2016 05:10 PM)FlapJack Wrote:  my dad told me that when he was little he hated cabbage but that his gran used to get him to eat it cos she said it was spinach and that it would make him strong like popeye TongueBig Grin

I can eat both cabbage and spinach raw but not if they have been cooked. Don't like soggy stuff Sad

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(10-05-2016 02:01 PM)Nicktxdad Wrote:  Liver

Strange! I really love liver (but am not supposed to eat it because it contains purines).

But then I like most foods. (The only thing I detested eating was a sheep's eye [seriously] but had to eat it as it was a delicacy where I was staying, and I didn't want to offend. It was really disgusting!)

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10-06-2016 10:14 AM
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(10-05-2016 01:21 PM)Eric Wrote:  My 9-year old son just commented on adults who don't like green and/or leafy vegetables, or have to smother everything they eat in liters of sauce of some kind: "What are they? Babies?" So, gentlemen, there you are. Wink

LOL @ Ollie Big Grin

(10-06-2016 10:14 AM)Frankie Wrote:  
(10-05-2016 02:01 PM)Nicktxdad Wrote:  Liver

Strange! I really love liver (but am not supposed to eat it because it contains purines).

But then I like most foods. (The only thing I detested eating was a sheep's eye [seriously] but had to eat it as it was a delicacy where I was staying, and I didn't want to offend. It was really disgusting!)

Sheep's... EYE. Dodgy

Now I'm seriously regretting reading this thread with an upset stomach. Confused

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(10-06-2016 07:56 PM)GordonJS Wrote:  Like Frankie, I have eaten Sheep's eye - in my case in Morocco. Personally I didn't find it especially disgusting. I have also eaten the eye of a Tuna, which was a little salty and slimy for my liking.

Other strange foods i have tried include Crocodile, Scorpion, Bull testicle, fried Sparrow and Dog; amongst others.

You would've been good at the game show Fear Factor when that used to be on. Frequently one of the challenges would involving eating stuff like that.

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10-07-2016 08:36 AM
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(10-06-2016 07:56 PM)GordonJS Wrote:  Like Frankie, I have eaten Sheep's eye - in my case in Morocco. Personally I didn't find it especially disgusting. I have also eaten the eye of a Tuna, which was a little salty and slimy for my liking.

Other strange foods i have tried include Crocodile, Scorpion, Bull testicle, fried Sparrow and Dog; amongst others.

Glad I'm not the only one! In my case it was Tanzania. Maybe the cooking wasn't ideal (East Africans aren't noted for their cuisine) but it was at once both crunchy and squishy.

I too have eaten dog (Thailand) and enjoyed it, and bull's testicle (Spain) which was only so-so. While in Tza I also tried python (tasty, a bit like frog's legs, which I like) and hippo (beefy, coarse texture) which was being farmed experimentally at the time and wild boar - more like beef than pork, strangely.

And I'll probably upset some people, but I very much like horse, and will always choose that when I see it. Delicious!

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LIVER!!!!!!!! I also don't like stewed tomatoes by themselves. Their ok in chile or goulash (or however you spell it)

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RE: What foods do you HATE?
1. Most organ meats. I'm a nurse, I know what the kidneys and liver do.
2. Cooked greens (e.g. spinach). Raw greens are great and I like big mixed salads.
3. Cooked okra, unless breaded and fried. Slimy. Sad
4. Sauerkraut, kimchi, and other fermented vegetation.
11-29-2016 02:57 PM
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RE: What foods do you HATE?
I don't like lima beans. I grew up with a vegetarian mother who later went full on vegan. so the veggie replacement stuff I have eaten, but I don't enjoy. stuff like Tofu should be banned as child abuse.
01-29-2020 07:00 PM
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Bat Soup. It looks grosser than gross.

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Sardines in a can

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