What foods do you like but others hate?

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  • court_alacarte
    court_alacarte Posts: 219 Member
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    J72FIT wrote: »
    smoked oysters...

    Dude. Smoked oysters are delicious. No shame in my game.

    Never had smoked oysters but do *love* raw oysters! When September hits, it's on!
  • yirara
    yirara Posts: 9,470 Member
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    beaglady wrote: »
    yirara wrote: »
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    Sweetwood is what gives liquorice the liquorice taste. It's a plant. Sometimes you can buy wooden sweetwood sticks in ethnic shops to chew on. It's liquorice pure!

    In the US, it's typically called licorice root. It looks like a stick. I love licorice too.

    Ah, interesting. But yes, it's delicious!
    But yes, best discovery this year: Hema exists in the UK. I'll order more licorice from them in due time.
  • TR0berts
    TR0berts Posts: 7,739 Member
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    Asparagus
    Liver
    Vinegar coleslaw, not the mayo (or whatever the creamy stuff is) based
    Brussels sprouts
    Salmon (I'm the only one in my family, it seems, that actually likes it - not just tolerates it occasionally)
  • mmnv79
    mmnv79 Posts: 538 Member
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    Jerusalem potatoes. Love them!
  • Need2Exerc1se
    Need2Exerc1se Posts: 13,576 Member
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    mmnv79 wrote: »
    Jerusalem potatoes. Love them!

    Oh, something new! Or is that another name for Jerusalem artichokes?
  • mmnv79
    mmnv79 Posts: 538 Member
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    mmnv79 wrote: »
    Jerusalem potatoes. Love them!

    Oh, something new! Or is that another name for Jerusalem artichokes?

    Yeah, they are Jerusalem artichokes. I call them 'Jerusalem potatoes' as they look more like a potato to me. My friends don't like them because they say Jerusalem artichokes bloat them and made them gassy, but I have no issues at all and love them to make soup.
  • DamieBird
    DamieBird Posts: 651 Member
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    DamieBird wrote: »
    Anchovies, escargot, smelts, bone marrow

    OMG, bone marrow is amazing. I might've just started drooling.

    YESSS! I wish that it was easier to find. And that it was lower in calories. :(

    Pfffft - anytime I'm eating somewhere that has bone marrow is a meal that I'm not worrying about calories in the slightest, lol
  • Chef_Barbell
    Chef_Barbell Posts: 6,644 Member
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    I don't like eating at Barbecues - I like some of the foods but not many but I really don't like standing in someones garden, with a slow drip feed of (often) crappy food.

    I also, don't really like donuts. They look nice the taste is blegh!

    You're going to the wrong barbeques then. :laugh:
  • Kintsugi_Haikyo
    Kintsugi_Haikyo Posts: 361 Member
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    Brussels sprouts.
  • sudakbyk
    sudakbyk Posts: 3 Member
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    My favorite combination are sweet potatoes baked only with cinnamon and yogurt.My mom and dad hate this.
  • Strawblackcat
    Strawblackcat Posts: 944 Member
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    DamieBird wrote: »
    DamieBird wrote: »
    Anchovies, escargot, smelts, bone marrow

    OMG, bone marrow is amazing. I might've just started drooling.

    YESSS! I wish that it was easier to find. And that it was lower in calories. :(

    Pfffft - anytime I'm eating somewhere that has bone marrow is a meal that I'm not worrying about calories in the slightest, lol

    I always but bones and roast them at home though, so I have to try and make it got my macros since I eat it pretty regularly. It's hard to make room for something that logs similar to 3-4 tbsp of oil for a decent-sized portion.
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,137 Member
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    sudakbyk wrote: »
    My favorite combination are sweet potatoes baked only with cinnamon and yogurt.My mom and dad hate this.

    Sweet potatoes with cocoa powder + peanut butter + stevia
  • earlnabby
    earlnabby Posts: 8,171 Member
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    There is not a lot of love for Walden Farms calorie free products on here but I love a few of them. A couple of the salad dressings are staples (Honey Dijon, French, Balsamic, and Sun Dried tomato) and I also love their calorie free chocolate syrup. I wouldn't put it on a good ice cream but it makes a really good very low calorie mocha when added to my coffee along with a splash of 1/2 & 1/2.
  • ms_true
    ms_true Posts: 43 Member
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    Cruciferous veg, pickled veg, any sort of fish or seafood, wild gamey meat especially moose, caribou, rabbit, and grouse/pheasant. Liver, kale, haggis, olives, beets. There are foods I don't get excited about, but I'll eat almost anything. The only food I struggled with was raw celery, but I'm okay with it now. Also, there are many exotic foods I've not tried for lack of opportunity.
  • canadianlbs
    canadianlbs Posts: 5,199 Member
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    yirara wrote: »
    Sweetwood is what gives liquorice the liquorice taste.

    ah thanks. they're just called licorice root where i am, so it's a word thing. your spelling suggests that you're european :wink:
  • Nykkismommy21
    Nykkismommy21 Posts: 224 Member
    edited July 2017
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    I love Coleslaw,brusselsprouts, cilantro is bomb.com when used with lime juice, and for me, tofu! I love tofu,especially when grilled. And I also like the taste of my ACV drink,with lime. Lime on everything!!
  • Nykkismommy21
    Nykkismommy21 Posts: 224 Member
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    Oooh I also used to like Kimchi!! Then it became too spicy for me lol.
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,137 Member
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    Has anyone mentioned tapioca pudding or eggnog?
  • Noreenmarie1234
    Noreenmarie1234 Posts: 7,493 Member
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    Burnt things like super burned dried out chicken. I cook my chicken until it gets pretty dry and crispy. I also like to burn my hot dogs to a crisp. I cook my veggies until they are very burnt. I just love the carcinogenic taste of burnt food yum yum.
  • pancakerunner
    pancakerunner Posts: 6,137 Member
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    Burnt things like super burned dried out chicken. I cook my chicken until it gets pretty dry and crispy. I also like to burn my hot dogs to a crisp. I cook my veggies until they are very burnt. I just love the carcinogenic taste of burnt food yum yum.

    Same way with my meats... love the jerky-like state. HATE burnt toast tho