1 food you don't eat

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  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,109 Member
    christys03 wrote: »
    Beets. Omfg. Gag.

    thank you!
  • hope516
    hope516 Posts: 1,133 Member
    christys03 wrote: »
    Beets. Omfg. Gag.

    might as well eat a spoonful of dirt huh!!!
  • slimgirljo15
    slimgirljo15 Posts: 268,959 Member
    edited October 2020
    Brussel sprouts.. Ive tried lots of ways to eat them.. nope, I just don't like them.

    Baby ones are slightly more palatable.. but still a no :(

    one of my favorite vegetables!

    I try them every so often because I know tastes change over time, .. I never ate tomato till I was 30 and love it now 😁

    I've not enjoyed them yet... maybe someday.


    Kangaroo.. 🤢

    My parents went on a trip to Australia. Several restaurants that catered mostly to tourists were pushing people to try kangaroo as some kind of cultural experience.

    When you come here, we don't make you try bald eagle!

    I have lived in Australia my whole life and I was a meat eater for most of that time (apart from roughly the last two years). I have never eaten kangaroo and it's not that common in restaurants or cafes. But for some reason the places that target tourists do put kangaroo on the menu. Kangaroo has only really become more popular in the last five years or so in the supermarkets but it's more among the very enthusiastic gym goers/body builders. Kangaroo meat is apparently very high in protein and low in fat.

    We must live in very different areas of Australia.. Theres been sausages and roo on Coles and Woolworths shelves here for years but in the past few years the range has expanded.. it is considered very healthy meat, low in saturated fat and high protein..
    A teeny sample..
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    K-roo company is a south Australian company that's been supplying Roo for 30 years.

    Tbh.. its still yucky even with garlic etc to kill the flavour😄
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,109 Member
    pomegranate
  • fitpal4242
    fitpal4242 Posts: 109 Member
    Artificial sweeteners- and I include stevia and whatever trendy “natural” sugar substitute comes back.

    And mayo/sour cream/ranch dressing-YUCK!
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 6,346 Member
    christys03 wrote: »
    Beets. Omfg. Gag.

    For the longest time I was all, "I don't like beets. I don't like beets". But I'd never tried them.

    Then I did.

    And I was right.

    Except I REALLY don't like beets. :)
  • Noreenmarie1234
    Noreenmarie1234 Posts: 7,157 Member
    edited October 2020
    glassyo wrote: »
    christys03 wrote: »
    Beets. Omfg. Gag.

    For the longest time I was all, "I don't like beets. I don't like beets". But I'd never tried them.

    Then I did.

    And I was right.

    Except I REALLY don't like beets. :)

    Interesting, I HATE pickled, raw, or cooked beets. But I LOVE beet chips. The beet terra chips were always my favorite. I love beet crackers too. They have such a great mild sweet yet vinegary and salty flavor.
  • PAPYRUS3
    PAPYRUS3 Posts: 11,618 Member
    I'm down with all the beets
  • acpgee
    acpgee Posts: 6,590 Member
    The night before our wedding, we took the maid of honour and best man out to a fancy French restaurant. Calf's testicals were on the menu as a starter. The best man insisted my fiance should order the calves testicals on his wedding night, but he refused. So I agreed to give them a try.

    You know how kidneys kind of smell like urine? Calves testicals taste of semen. Brr. Never again.
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,109 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    christys03 wrote: »
    Beets. Omfg. Gag.

    For the longest time I was all, "I don't like beets. I don't like beets". But I'd never tried them.

    Then I did.

    And I was right.

    Except I REALLY don't like beets. :)

    Interesting, I HATE pickled, raw, or cooked beets. But I LOVE beet chips. The beet terra chips were always my favorite. I love beet crackers too. They have such a great mild sweet yet vinegary and salty flavor.

    To be fair, anything in chip form is good
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 6,346 Member
    Baby food.

    I didn't think that would need to be said, but after seeing another thread...

    The jars I looked at were suprisingly low in sodium! :)
  • IronIsMyTherapy
    IronIsMyTherapy Posts: 482 Member
    edited October 2020
    christys03 wrote: »
    Beets. Omfg. Gag.

    Cut them into wedges, roast them and dip them in sour cream. I was with you until I had them that way. I mean, if you're feeling brave... Plus, they boost nitric oxide so there's that!
  • IronIsMyTherapy
    IronIsMyTherapy Posts: 482 Member
    Coconut. Not a fan.
  • Oliveciabatta
    Oliveciabatta Posts: 294 Member
    Avocado 🥑 its just slime
  • singingflutelady
    singingflutelady Posts: 8,738 Member
    Coconut water
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 6,346 Member
    Almond Joy bars! (Going with the coconut theme.)
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,109 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Almond Joy bars! (Going with the coconut theme.)

    NO! These are one of my favorites
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 6,346 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Almond Joy bars! (Going with the coconut theme.)

    NO! These are one of my favorites

    And Mounds bars. :p
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,109 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Almond Joy bars! (Going with the coconut theme.)

    NO! These are one of my favorites

    And Mounds bars. :p

    chocolate/coconut is one of my favorite combos haha