The grossest products you've tried

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  • morinlilianne
    morinlilianne Posts: 1 Member
    Raw Meal Chocolate Protein powder... Never thought something so expensive could taste quite so terrible.
  • Machka9
    Machka9 Posts: 24,515 Member
    Raw Meal Chocolate Protein powder... Never thought something so expensive could taste quite so terrible.

    This was the first thought I had when I read that ...

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  • Pam_Shebamm
    Pam_Shebamm Posts: 167 Member
    Quest bars, Arctic Zero, Walden Farms (with the exception of pancake syrup), hemp powder, low-fat cheese, kale.
  • stephibop2
    stephibop2 Posts: 1 Member
    Banana chia seed pudding and room temp pineapple coconut milk.
  • VKetoV
    VKetoV Posts: 111 Member
    Marmite (too much of a good thing, fine in moderation)
    Fat free cottage cheese is vile (however, full-fat tastes awesome)
    Cabernet sauvignon (highest resveretrol content) is waaay too strong

    Various Walden farm zero kcal dressings (just a bunch of sodium & thickening agents)

  • lilolilo920
    lilolilo920 Posts: 184 Member
    Walden Farms no-calorie peanut butter.. so nasty. :s

    Agreed! Tastes like melted Styrofoam and salt.

    This is the most accurate description I've ever seen.
  • CynthiasChoice
    CynthiasChoice Posts: 1,047 Member
    Any cottage cheese not made by Knudsen is horrid. What does Knudsen do to curds and whey that others don't?
  • Chunkahlunkah
    Chunkahlunkah Posts: 373 Member
    CMNVA wrote: »
    I haven't tried many diet foods, so I'm drawing from a small group of items, but I tried Halo Top for the first time a couple of weeks ago and found it inedible. I feel so betrayed, MFP Forum. ;)

    You're not alone. It's on my list of grossest things.

    I tried Halo Top Cookies/Cream and it tasted like chemicals. Maybe other flavors are good, but not that one. I'll stick to a tiny bit of the real thing.

    That was the one for me too! :s
    I'd be curious to try a different flavor someday, but no time soon.
    I'd rather take the calorie hit on a serving of gelato or my fav ice cream brands. <3
  • butcher206
    butcher206 Posts: 61 Member
    Any cottage cheese not made by Knudsen is horrid. What does Knudsen do to curds and whey that others don't?

    Knudsen? I'll have to check them out. I bought some "Kroger Simple Truth Organic Low Fat Cottage Cheese" once and it was disgusting. Trying to eliminate dairy but sometimes I get the craving for full fat cottage cheese or yogurts.
  • CMNVA
    CMNVA Posts: 733 Member
    Any cottage cheese not made by Knudsen is horrid. What does Knudsen do to curds and whey that others don't?

    I've never seen that brand where I live. My favorite brand is Friendship 2%. Delicious. How anyone eats that Breakstone's stuff is beyond me.
  • LateWinterWolf90
    LateWinterWolf90 Posts: 42 Member
    Marmite. oh and naked gluten free snack bars are just vile!
  • TrishSeren
    TrishSeren Posts: 587 Member
    Oats, protein cookies, those noodles that are white and thick (they remind me of worms), chocolate coconut yogurt
  • TrishSeren
    TrishSeren Posts: 587 Member
    Oh and all forms of protein powder, I just can't, no matter how I try.
  • ninerbuff
    ninerbuff Posts: 48,388 Member
    Lol, most of this is amateur stuff. The stuff we consumed in the 80's was downright foul. Desiccated liver, powdered aminos you mixed with juice to choke it down, and protein shakes that were really muddy.

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  • nowine4me
    nowine4me Posts: 3,985 Member
    So many things, but I might have to put Quinoa at the top of the list.
  • Tattooedmom44
    Tattooedmom44 Posts: 93 Member
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    It doesn't matter what you add to it, it's horrible!!!
  • peggymclinn
    peggymclinn Posts: 7 Member
    Anything with soy
  • jenilla1
    jenilla1 Posts: 11,118 Member
    Ryokat wrote: »
    Francl27 wrote: »
    Dung bean noodles.
    It has the word "dung" in it. Cant expect it could be good.

    They're mung (not dung) bean noodles and they're good. You put them in spring rolls and stir-fried stuff like pancit. They don't really taste like anything - they pick up the flavor of whatever you put them in. Just there for texture and filler I think. They are very delicate-looking (but still firm), almost transparent noodles. Try them some time just for fun! :)

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  • VKetoV
    VKetoV Posts: 111 Member
    ninerbuff wrote: »
    Lol, most of this is amateur stuff. The stuff we consumed in the 80's was downright foul. Desiccated liver, powdered aminos you mixed with juice to choke it down, and protein shakes that were really muddy.

    A.C.E. Certified Personal and Group Fitness Trainer
    IDEA Fitness member
    Kickboxing Certified Instructor
    Been in fitness for 30 years and have studied kinesiology and nutrition

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    Omg, you've got to try L-arginine & agmatine in dry powder forms (nasty bitter)....comparison wise, they make caffeine anhydrous & green tea taste tolerable