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Old 02-03-2018, 01:45 PM   #11
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I like most everything with a few exceptions. Not a big fan of rhubarb or snails. Oysters will NEVER make the cut. I've tried them nearly every way they're prepared. Nope. Tofu doesn't make the cut either. I'd just as soon eat an eraser.

Beyond that handful of edibles, I'm all in.
That made me choke, a bit... Precisely my opinion of tofu...

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That made me choke, a bit... Precisely my opinion of tofu...

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Tofu I don't eat, but it's not on my won't eat that others enjoy list. That list is short.

Grits, and Vodka.
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Old 02-03-2018, 03:26 PM   #13
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The only thing comes to mind (its early) are garbanzo beans, in any form..

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Ah yes...

11. Hummus

12. Falafel

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Old 02-03-2018, 03:30 PM   #14
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Tofu I don't eat, but it's not on my won't eat that others enjoy list. That list is short.

Grits, and Vodka.
I wish I didn't like vodka, or bourbon, or beer....

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...Grits, and Vodka.
Never had that particular combination.
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Pears, bananas, star fruit, smoked eel, ground venison, and lutefisk. I only like rhubarb in savory dishes, but I don't eat sweets.
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Well, lutefisk is an acquired taste ...
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Well, lutefisk is an acquired taste ...
I've watched people eat lutefisk on TV, and I almost got sick.

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Never had that particular combination.


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Lutefisk isn't that bad. I have a pic somewhere of it as my breakfast not too long ago, with onions and Wasa toasts. Lemme see if I can find it.

I'm surprised at the number of coffee haters.

Yay for us, fresh breathed people. I curse coffee lovers' armpits with that horrible smell...
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