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    Senior Member Rogar's Avatar
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    I see some of my favorite foods have been mentioned. I guess it's the old saying, one man's trash is another's treasure.

    I can't eat lamb or veal, which I think is more mental than flavor.
    In my young and poor days I experimented with beef brains and heart as well as carp. Never again.
    Hot peppers.

    Curry dishes are on the edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    I love, love good rye bread! I eat bread rarely now, but would make an exception. Must be my German heritage...
    I love rye bread, too. But IMHO the combination of that sticky PB and the dry rye bread just doesn't work. Give me grilled cheese on rye, or anything else on rye. In fact, this morning I had an egg with rye toast (we are now making toast by browning each buttered side in a skillet, because we don't have a toaster. It's fun seeing what you can get away without having).
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    Quote Originally Posted by catherine View Post
    I love rye bread, too. But IMHO the combination of that sticky PB and the dry rye bread just doesn't work. Give me grilled cheese on rye, or anything else on rye. In fact, this morning I had an egg with rye toast (we are now making toast by browning each buttered side in a skillet, because we don't have a toaster. It's fun seeing what you can get away without having).
    PB on rye doesn't really sound appealing to me, either. But I've been jonesing for peanut sauce noodles for awhile now. I suppose I should break down and make some.
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    I had to think hard since I love food but certain tastes just don't appeal:
    Liverwurst
    Tofu
    Lunchmeat
    Molasses
    Seitan

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    Liver,lima beans,kale,milk and almost everything my Scottish ancestors cooked

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    I really couldn't easily answer this. There are lots of foods I don't like, or haven't in the past and haven't tried again, then there are foods that I wouldn't eat as a kid that I like as I have aged.
    Then there are things I am allergic to, some I like and have to watch for reactions, and others I don't and avoid whole categories.
    Then there are others that simply fall into what is the current crop like. Good cauliflower I like in some dishes, but I have had cauliflower that tasted like burnt rubber some years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
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    I loathe mayonnaise.

    I have what almost amounts to a phobia of food being spoiled - I wont eat anything past it's best-by date, and would never cut the mold off something and eat the rest. DH will eat anything, so little goes to waste.

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    I wish I had a long list of foods I don't eat, but I love (way too much almost all food)!
    Okra
    Blood Pudding
    Liver
    anything raw that I think should be cooked.
    Even reading everyone this is all I can think of!

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    I'm not a picky eater, but I do strongly dislike:

    --Brussel sprouts (and I've tried them every way except chocolate coated)

    --Turnips

    --Rutabagas

    --Tripe

    --Head cheese/blood pudding
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