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1 food you don't eat

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  • AliciaHollywoodAliciaHollywood Member, Premium Posts: 97 Member Member, Premium Posts: 97 Member
  • sportygal1971sportygal1971 Member, Premium Posts: 32 Member Member, Premium Posts: 32 Member
  • vamanvaman Member Posts: 234 Member Member Posts: 234 Member
    Not just one food, but one category.... organ meats...liver, kidneys, hearts, etc.
  • AndreaTamiraAndreaTamira Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member
    Capers.

    Well, I am vegan, too, so there are entire food groups I dont eat, but capers came to mind first. Hate them!
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Member Posts: 248,402 Member Member Posts: 248,402 Member
  • Diatonic12Diatonic12 Member Posts: 7,977 Member Member Posts: 7,977 Member
    Cake with frosting.

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  • 4Phoenix4Phoenix Member Posts: 135 Member Member Posts: 135 Member
    animal/products
  • AndreaTamiraAndreaTamira Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member
    Diatonic12 wrote: »
    Cake with frosting.

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    Another person who is not a fan of frosting, I see.

    I like very thin lemon or orange frosting (more a glaze, really), and similarity thin chocolate frosting/glaze, but everything more just seems to overpower the cake taste.

    I did not grow up in a country where thick frosting is the norm, so that may play a role in my dislike.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,447 Member Member Posts: 4,447 Member
    Capers.

    Well, I am vegan, too, so there are entire food groups I dont eat, but capers came to mind first. Hate them!

    I don't like capers on their own, but like it with some dishes
  • AndreaTamiraAndreaTamira Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member
    I don't like capers on their own, but like it with some dishes

    Lucky you. I can tolerate them in some things, but like? Never.

  • Bluetail6Bluetail6 Member, Premium Posts: 872 Member Member, Premium Posts: 872 Member
    Squirrel.... No offense to any hunters out there. Anyway, I was streaming "Mountain Men," and a scene came up where squirrels were caught, skinned, cooked over an open fire, and spread with bear grease (making it an extra tasty treat.) Again, no offense to anyone; but, I never want to be in a position where squirrel is the only thing on offer. :#:#
  • AnnPT77AnnPT77 Member, Premium Posts: 16,760 Member Member, Premium Posts: 16,760 Member
    Bluetail6 wrote: »
    Squirrel.... No offense to any hunters out there. Anyway, I was streaming "Mountain Men," and a scene came up where squirrels were caught, skinned, cooked over an open fire, and spread with bear grease (making it an extra tasty treat.) Again, no offense to anyone; but, I never want to be in a position where squirrel is the only thing on offer. :#:#

    Have you ever actually eaten one? (I have. It was not crazy-unusual as a thing to eat where I grew up.)
  • JelaanJelaan Member Posts: 734 Member Member Posts: 734 Member
    Offal, shellfish, pork, but most especially SPAM. Was made to eat it in multiple forms at boarding school. Even the thought of it makes me nauseous.
  • AlexandraFindsHerself1971AlexandraFindsHerself1971 Member Posts: 1,338 Member Member Posts: 1,338 Member
    Fruit, legumes, and cruciferous vegetables.

    Fruit gives me an immediate wicked headache with nausea.(Fructose intolerance) Legumes and cruciferous vegetables make my gut very angry. I don't like it when it's angry. It stays disrupted for a week. Therefore I do not eat them. Anyone who says that I should eat it anyway because they are good for me has never suffered through an IBS attack.
  • AndreaTamiraAndreaTamira Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member Member, Premium Posts: 66 Member
    Fruit, legumes, and cruciferous vegetables.

    Fruit gives me an immediate wicked headache with nausea.(Fructose intolerance) Legumes and cruciferous vegetables make my gut very angry. I don't like it when it's angry. It stays disrupted for a week. Therefore I do not eat them. Anyone who says that I should eat it anyway because they are good for me has never suffered through an IBS attack.

    Yikes! That sounds unpleasant.

    It's not good for you anyway if your stomach cannot digest it right.
  • mytyglotzmytyglotz Member Posts: 1,123 Member Member Posts: 1,123 Member
    I still consume them, but I need to be wary of onions -- not so much the green ones, scallions -- but the common bulb onion.
  • TerrilmkTerrilmk Member, Premium Posts: 4 Member Member, Premium Posts: 4 Member
    Broccoli. Love it but can't tolerate since surgery in 2011.
  • Rhumax67Rhumax67 Member Posts: 183 Member Member Posts: 183 Member
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,447 Member Member Posts: 4,447 Member
    iceberg lettuce.
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 5,666 Member Member Posts: 5,666 Member
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