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  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,997Member Member Posts: 6,997Member Member
    zwerchfell wrote: »
    Celery sticks
    Kale
    Everything fat free. Which isn’t healthy in the first place.

    False.

  • stephanne13stephanne13 Posts: 191Member Member Posts: 191Member Member
    nowine4me wrote: »
    Mayo on fish? Yuck

    I think it's a Russian thing.. Found a recipe once, & I do it.. it's actually pretty good. I mix a little mayo & sour cream with dill, lemon, ground pepper, and freshly grated parmesan cheese. Spread it on the salmon or sometimes crappie, and bake it.
  • ccrdragonccrdragon Posts: 2,348Member Member Posts: 2,348Member Member
    Out of all the things listed in this thread, the only thing that I agree with is Tilapia. Tilapia is a total waste of calories.
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Posts: 970Member Member Posts: 970Member Member
    I suppose I'm lucky. Liver is about it. I like pretty much everything else.
  • dsbooheaddsboohead Posts: 1,903Member Member Posts: 1,903Member Member
    Kale...yuck! Catfish :s
  • lx1xlx1x Posts: 13,786Member Member Posts: 13,786Member Member
    Beets, brussel sprouts, yogurt, cottage cheese..

    long list..
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,931Member Member Posts: 2,931Member Member
    I hate blueberries. They taste metallic to me. I think it's the only thing I hate that isn't related to texture.
  • MikePfirrmanMikePfirrman Posts: 970Member Member Posts: 970Member Member
    Cracking up going through this list. One of my favorite salads is a Quinoa, Kale, Beet and Goat Cheese salad. I think some of you would rather die than eat this!
  • dsbooheaddsboohead Posts: 1,903Member Member Posts: 1,903Member Member
    Cracking up going through this list. One of my favorite salads is a Quinoa, Kale, Beet and Goat Cheese salad. I think some of you would rather die than eat this!

    Goat cheese is delightful😋
  • ladyreva78ladyreva78 Posts: 4,023Member Member Posts: 4,023Member Member
    dsboohead wrote: »
    Cracking up going through this list. One of my favorite salads is a Quinoa, Kale, Beet and Goat Cheese salad. I think some of you would rather die than eat this!

    Goat cheese is delightful😋

    On bread with honey and toasted in the oven!
  • no1elseislikemeno1elseislikeme Posts: 69Member Member Posts: 69Member Member
    Liver, spinach and bleu cheese.
  • lcdube01lcdube01 Posts: 23Member, Premium Member Posts: 23Member, Premium Member
    Yeah raw celery is not the way forward! I hate shrimp and prawns...really wish I could like them! Raw tomatoes:/
  • teslac0ilsteslac0ils Posts: 11Member Member Posts: 11Member Member
    Dark chocolate. (Or any chocolate bar for that matter, but most aren't considered "healthy")
    Raw kale (why is it so trendy to eat raw nowadays?? It's like eating uncooked mustard greens) also raw onions, peppers, broccoli and cauliflower.

    And the one vegetable I love raw, carrots, my family is always telling me is more nutritious cooked. I just can't win!
  • NJCJFNJCJF Posts: 117Member Member Posts: 117Member Member
    pioneapple and kiwi... leaves a weird taste in my mouth and I dislike goat cheese
  • karahm78karahm78 Posts: 469Member Member Posts: 469Member Member
    Anything with fennel in it, ugh tastes like licorice

    I love cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms, Brussels sprouts, and raw onion..... but hated them all 10 years ago. Funny how tastes change, and I’ve gotten better with prep since then
  • rosioramarosiorama Posts: 300Member Member Posts: 300Member Member
    crazyravr wrote: »
    lkpducky wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    lkpducky wrote: »
    Beets - they taste like dirt.
    Raw broccoli - I prefer it cooked
    Green beans, unless sauteed in garlic or spicy sauce like in Thai or Chinese restaurants
    Green bell peppers - too bitter and one little piece added to a dish takes over the whole dish. I do like yellow and orange bells though.
    Sea urchin (maybe I've had bad luck and gotten a bad batch each time) but they tasted foul.
    Eggplant is too rich for me (although my grandma's spicy eggplant-tomato spread is good).
    Cream sauce. I don't want something heavy and bland covering up something I want to taste.
    Pasta if it has too much sauce
    Mac 'n' cheese if it's too soupy and bland or goopy. I want some cheese I can sink my teeth into (baked mac), not baby food.
    Mayonnaise, especially on seafood. I want to taste the fish or shellfish, not the mayo! I think mayo is for people who hate fish. And I want tangy condiments on burgers, not mayo or thousand island dressing.

    Reading this made me LOL........ maybe just maybe learn to cook ;)

    I can cook just fine, you silly bugger! :p I just won't make the dishes I don't like.


    For me as a child it was breaded bone in pork chops my mom would make. It was nothing but a fat soggy overcooked peace of meat. Ditto steak. Steak was like leather. It wasnt until I learned how stuff should be prepared that I started eating many things.

    SOGGY porkchops? My mom breaked pork chops too but put them under the broiler until they were tough and dry. Her steak was like leather too, and all vegetables were overcooked.

    Us kids ate whatever was put in front of us whether we liked it or not, and I am so glad for that now. We weren’t allowed to be picky.

    It turns out though, that my mom’s cooking methods ruined a lot of food. My husband introduced me to bbq porkchops and I couldn’t believe how different they are when not... crunchy!

    The husband’s mom is an awful cook. He would tell me he didn’t like something, but it turns out he just didn’t like how his mom prepared it. He isn’t a picky eater anymore because I don’t boil the kittens out of vegetables... or blindly substitute ingredients and then wonder why the dish didn’t turn out like the picture 🙄
  • Kupla71Kupla71 Posts: 150Member Member Posts: 150Member Member
    I don’t like celery. I’ve never understood celery with peanut butter. What a horrible combination. Raw spinach is not to my liking either. I can’t stand the skin of pears.
  • slimgirljo15slimgirljo15 Posts: 221,992Member, Premium Member Posts: 221,992Member, Premium Member
    Green beans, kidney beans, Lima and broadband.. it's a texture thing not so much a taste thing.
    I love raw beans straight off the vine though
  • Safari_GalSafari_Gal Posts: 888Member Member Posts: 888Member Member
    Tripe- I know it’s high in minerals but I can’t get over the taste and texture. Add to that - I had it prepared poorly the first time I tasted it (at a boujie restaurant to boot!) and its ruined it forever for me!
  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,997Member Member Posts: 6,997Member Member
    rosiorama wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    lkpducky wrote: »
    crazyravr wrote: »
    lkpducky wrote: »
    Beets - they taste like dirt.
    Raw broccoli - I prefer it cooked
    Green beans, unless sauteed in garlic or spicy sauce like in Thai or Chinese restaurants
    Green bell peppers - too bitter and one little piece added to a dish takes over the whole dish. I do like yellow and orange bells though.
    Sea urchin (maybe I've had bad luck and gotten a bad batch each time) but they tasted foul.
    Eggplant is too rich for me (although my grandma's spicy eggplant-tomato spread is good).
    Cream sauce. I don't want something heavy and bland covering up something I want to taste.
    Pasta if it has too much sauce
    Mac 'n' cheese if it's too soupy and bland or goopy. I want some cheese I can sink my teeth into (baked mac), not baby food.
    Mayonnaise, especially on seafood. I want to taste the fish or shellfish, not the mayo! I think mayo is for people who hate fish. And I want tangy condiments on burgers, not mayo or thousand island dressing.

    Reading this made me LOL........ maybe just maybe learn to cook ;)

    I can cook just fine, you silly bugger! :p I just won't make the dishes I don't like.


    For me as a child it was breaded bone in pork chops my mom would make. It was nothing but a fat soggy overcooked peace of meat. Ditto steak. Steak was like leather. It wasnt until I learned how stuff should be prepared that I started eating many things.

    SOGGY porkchops? My mom breaked pork chops too but put them under the broiler until they were tough and dry. Her steak was like leather too, and all vegetables were overcooked.

    Us kids ate whatever was put in front of us whether we liked it or not, and I am so glad for that now. We weren’t allowed to be picky.

    It turns out though, that my mom’s cooking methods ruined a lot of food. My husband introduced me to bbq porkchops and I couldn’t believe how different they are when not... crunchy!

    The husband’s mom is an awful cook. He would tell me he didn’t like something, but it turns out he just didn’t like how his mom prepared it. He isn’t a picky eater anymore because I don’t boil the kittens out of vegetables... or blindly substitute ingredients and then wonder why the dish didn’t turn out like the picture 🙄

    Soggy with the fat and oil she would "shallow fry" them in on a very low heat. She still does that at home despite me explaining how to do it properly.
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