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The most polarizing food: where do you stand?

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  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,638 Member Member Posts: 4,638 Member
    Antiopelle wrote: »
    My two cents from a far away country in Europe:

    * All grilled cheese is eaten with a dash of mayo and ketchup and some cornichons
    * A variation of grilled cheese is to put the last night' leftover spaghetti bolognaise inside the grilled cheese sandwich and then toast it - then dip in ketchup and/or mayo
    * Peanut butter is savoury. Last year I wanted to try an American brand and I was horrified when it tasted sweet-sugary
    * Peanut butter sauce on chicken skewers makes a meal
    * hot dogs are always eaten with ketchup and/or mustard and sauerkraut
    * a perfect snack is piping hot pasta (macaroni will do), with a knob of butter and brown sugar
    * roasted brussels sprouts are staple food during winter time

    I agree that peanut butter (and all nut butters) should be savory. Which is why I hate nutella.

    But spaghetti on grilled cheese?? No.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,638 Member Member Posts: 4,638 Member
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    ho ho ho or no no no??
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 7,824 Member Member Posts: 7,824 Member
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    ho ho ho or no no no??

    well then...this thread finally made it back...full circle.
  • Katmary71Katmary71 Member Posts: 3,949 Member Member Posts: 3,949 Member
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    ho ho ho or no no no??

    Hohoho, on icing only.
  • RCPVRCPV Member Posts: 487 Member Member Posts: 487 Member
    NO NO NO. Barfingly sweet. :#
  • JasonJoyHedenskogJasonJoyHedenskog Member Posts: 144 Member Member Posts: 144 Member
    I may be the only one that actually likes these. When I’d fall off the wagon I indulge in whatever sweets I come across. They are not the best ever, but I don’t discriminate when it comes to sugar 😂
  • ReenieHJReenieHJ Member Posts: 2,821 Member Member Posts: 2,821 Member
    I may be the only one that actually likes these. When I’d fall off the wagon I indulge in whatever sweets I come across. They are not the best ever, but I don’t discriminate when it comes to sugar 😂

    I'm the exact same way. :( If it's got sugar I'll eat it. Heck, if it fits in my mouth I'll eat it. :/
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Member Posts: 3,816 Member Member Posts: 3,816 Member
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    I may be the only one that actually likes these. When I’d fall off the wagon I indulge in whatever sweets I come across. They are not the best ever, but I don’t discriminate when it comes to sugar 😂

    I'm the exact same way. :( If it's got sugar I'll eat it. Heck, if it fits in my mouth I'll eat it. :/

    Me too, "too sweet" is like a non-existent thing for me.
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 17,053 Member Member, Premium Posts: 17,053 Member
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    ho ho ho or no no no??

    Color of frosting changes nothing, even if you switch from a color that reminds people of flowers (?), to a color that reminds people of vegetables (?), and line them up in a seasonally-appropriate ring, rather than a rectangular phalanx.
  • tuckerrjtuckerrj Member Posts: 1,359 Member Member Posts: 1,359 Member
    Really polarizing foods are things like: 1) brain sandwiches, 2) barbecued pig snouts or 3) haggis, just sayin'.
  • paperpuddingpaperpudding Member Posts: 6,180 Member Member Posts: 6,180 Member
    Haven't tried the first two - but I think the thing with haggis is more the knowing what it is, rather than the actual taste, which is not that different really.

    Admittedly had had quite a few drinks before the tasting so my experience may be flawed :o;)B)
  • RCPVRCPV Member Posts: 487 Member Member Posts: 487 Member
    Want to talk about polarizing food? Go to this discussion: https://community.myfitnesspal.com/en/discussion/10775611/meatless-the-better#latest

    Ain't gonna touch that one with a 100-foot pole.
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 17,053 Member Member, Premium Posts: 17,053 Member
    I was amused, when I went to a potluck today, to see "those" cookies: The Lofthouse ones, in the green variant.


    No, I didn't eat them (still ick, to me), but I had some of the homemade chocolate/sour cream/Kahlua cake, and some homemade peanut-butter bars with chocolate topping . . . and those were just the desserts. ;)
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 5,765 Member Member Posts: 5,765 Member
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    I had no clue they had so many flavors!
  • EmilyEnoughEmilyEnough Member Posts: 67 Member Member Posts: 67 Member
    Those are my mom's very most favorite cookies. I think when I eat they seem too sweet but I understand a sweet craving.
    I think at the end of the day where everybody stands should be based on what they want most out of their life and their own self control. For me if I was really craving sweets, one of these cookies would knock out the craving entirely...... But for some people? If they open that package they're going to eat a whole row.

    This isnt an objective enough war. Lol. Everyone is different.

    Probably not food anybody should ever eat though.. . Because your body just goes oh my gosh -oh my gosh -oh my gosh- SUGARRRRRRR *insulin spikes*

    As for me and my house, we must avoid the bakery section.😂
  • AlexandraFindsHerself1971AlexandraFindsHerself1971 Member Posts: 1,588 Member Member Posts: 1,588 Member
    I've got a fructose intolerance, and I'm a supertaster and autistic. Yay. So coffee is too bitter, mayo is wrong, mustard is too loud, most hot peppers are too hot for me to handle, no pickles.... etc. I eat my hot dogs plain and my hamburgers plain as well. (I do like a bacon cheeseburger, but not well enough to eat the extra calories most times.) I like sweets but they make me drunk and give me a painful hangover about five minutes after eating them, so I'm largely down to things like chunks of candied ginger in dark chocolate, which one only wants one or two of anyway. I've never much liked commercial baked goods. I'd rather eat my own cookies.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,638 Member Member Posts: 4,638 Member
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    I had no clue they had so many flavors!

    yikes! the red velvet actually looks kind of good...
    edited January 8
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,638 Member Member Posts: 4,638 Member
  • kali31337kali31337 Member, Premium Posts: 949 Member Member, Premium Posts: 949 Member
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    I had no clue they had so many flavors!

    I'm so so so grateful that these aren't available to me anymore. I legit have no self control around them and I'd eat ALL 4 of those flavors...
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