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Old 10-24-2008, 09:25 PM   #21
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i used to love ketchup .. but i am the kind of person
that puts mayo on hotdogs .. i never knew about ketchup on french fries ..
i grew up in Scotland .. it was brown sauce and malt vinegar ..
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Old 10-24-2008, 11:31 PM   #22
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i don't like sauerkraut
i don't like green lima beans
i don't like vinegar
i don't like mustard
i don't like processed meats (balogna, hotdogs)
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Old 10-25-2008, 12:04 AM   #23
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Me too, "Q". I was allergic to tomatoes as a child and even though I grew out of it I never got a taste for ketchup or similar sauces. I really don't like too much with cooked tomatoes though I will eat a bit of lasagna or spaghetti if is is cooked right (I would rather have a cream sauce).

Shellfish make me gag
Most BBQ sauces

any milkshake flavour other than vanilla or pineapple - seriously!
I'm with you on the BBQ sauce. I use to never eat bbq because of this. Then I discovered the dry rub stuff.... now that I can nosh on!
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Old 10-25-2008, 01:04 AM   #24
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I love the smell of coffee, and I even like coffee flavored candies, but I don't like coffee.

I hate beer.

I don't like fresh figs.

I hate dates (always substitute raisins for them in recipes).

I hate black licorice.

I hate roasted peanuts.

I completely loathe cucumbers (except in pickle form).

I think that's about it.

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Old 10-25-2008, 01:19 AM   #25
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Lobster-big seafarin' bug. Period.

Creme Fraiche
Marscapone cheese
After hearing these terms bandied about on food network for years, I had to try em'-both tasted like spoiled versions of Sour Cream and Philly cream cheese IMO

Romano cheese-Tastes like sweaty feet smell
Blue Cheese-Thats mold-need I say more?
Liver-never tried it, never will. Ditto on Brains, hearts, tongue and Foie Gras etc. No innards-thank you and good day.
Pretty much all mushrooms-well there was one particular variety that I favored when I was lots younger-they tasted awful but when you ate them you.....you know what? Lets not even tell that story-
Brussel Sprouts/Asparagus
Lima Beans
Spinach-love it raw, hate it cooked!
Theres more, I need time to think...........
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Old 10-25-2008, 01:31 AM   #26
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Some more things after reading the thread.

Any offal - I can't even take the smell. I especially dislike it when I am presented with a pork chop with a slice of kidney attached.
Blue cheese - my dad ate it all the time but I never got the taste for it.
whole large fish - the head gets me every time (I will eat whitebait though)
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Old 10-25-2008, 01:33 AM   #27
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miniman....... fish and chips? Are you serious? (lol)
I thought that was like the national food over there.....
Yeah it is but I can't stand it when it is served and has soggy batter, mushy flesh and the chips are flabby. A well cooked fish and chips is great.
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Old 10-25-2008, 01:35 AM   #28
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Lobster-big seafarin' bug. Period...
I'm not much on lobster or crab either.

Ricotta cheese is another that I just remembered. I love lasagna, but I make mine with cottage cheese. I hate the texture of ricotta.

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Old 10-25-2008, 02:09 AM   #29
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Lamb, brains, tongue. Most fish, with VERY few exceptions (think what they've been eating and "breathing") Yuk!

I'm sure there's other things as well; I just don't want to think too hard about it and get an upset tummy.
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Old 10-25-2008, 10:22 AM   #30
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Ok, let me add:

Lima Beans
Liver (it serves three purposes in life: 1) Filtration of toxins such as ethanol and caffeine from the bloodstream, 2) Storage of fat-soluable vitamins and minerals, 3) Catfish bait. Notice that human consumption is NOT on that list)

I can eat chicken gizzards. I haven't tried any other innards, so I won't comment on them.

I refuse to consume brain tissue or central nervous tissue. Goggle "Crutchfeld-Jacob Disease" and/or Mad Cow Disease and see how it's spread.
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