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Having not read the entire thread, I'm just going to answer the original question.

No. Not really. But neither do guys. In fact, I think my entire generation pretty much fails at this so far though we are rather young so it may just be a phase. A disturbing trend I'm noticing is the increasingly narrow palette I see so many people sporting. For instance, a girl I know commented on a picture of me eating mussels saying that I always liked eating "weird seafood". Furthermore, I know of a girl who hasn't even eaten fish... \

I feel like a lot of people just don't like seafood. I am not a heavy fish person myself though I eat pretty much the majority of Southern Soul Food delicacy. Fish is just not my or anyone I knows favorite thing except for my sister who stopped eating meat. Not to forget that seafood pretty much can end up looking the same after prepared and cooked.
post #107 of 112
I could probably live only on seafood and vegetables.
post #108 of 112
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Originally Posted by mordecai View Post

I could probably live only on seafood and vegetables.

I pretty much do these days.
post #109 of 112
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post


I pretty much do these days.

Unless you find a good recipe for chicken poached in ghost farts or something.
post #110 of 112
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Originally Posted by Desi View Post


I feel like a lot of people just don't like seafood. I am not a heavy fish person myself though I eat pretty much the majority of Southern Soul Food delicacy. Fish is just not my or anyone I knows favorite thing except for my sister who stopped eating meat. Not to forget that seafood pretty much can end up looking the same after prepared and cooked.

It's not an issue of taste preference. A friend of mine doesn't like fish, and I asked him why and he replied that he had some pretty good fish once and didn't like it. That's fine.

The issue is that mussels are "weird" and the other girl in question wouldn't even try a bite of salmon. But it extends past that, on my school trip to France there was a huge issue of whether or not we could be served lamb for dinner because some people might not like it. When you an entire generation grows up on shit like hamburger helper and refuses to actually eat real food it kind of stunts the ability for a lot of people to cook.
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Unless you find a good recipe for chicken poached in ghost farts or something.

Are ghost farts a hipster thang?
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Are ghost farts a hipster thang?

The anal byproduct of swirling I believe. They sell them at Rainbow Grocery, next to all of the Annie's spreads.
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