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Mental block of disliking foods.

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by enjoiii, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. aphextwin07

    aphextwin07 Senior member

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    I can honestly say there are no normal food I won't eat. Some I prefer more than others but nothing totally turns me off unless it's like beetle grubs.
    may want to choose your words more carefully, i'm fairly certain that foods that would pass for "normal" in other parts of the world would make your stomach churn (balut and monkey brains, for example). personally speaking, i would say squid... unless it's fried (kalamari), in which case I like it. I guess I'm weird like that.
     
  2. Jarandas

    Jarandas Senior member

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    Other thing that I don´t like at all is wine, red wine specifically.

    I guess I´m missing something, as there is a huge culture around it, but I just don´t like it.

    I´ve tried it many times, supposedly good expensive ones, others that are supposed to be "beginner wines", telling myself that it is an acquired taste, but I just can´t take a sip without flinching!
     

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