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    DH nor the kids are fussy thank goodness. Every time I cook a vegetarian meal (particularly a lentil based meal) he always looks hopefully for the meat but still eats it (and I still cook meat free twice a week!)
    My previous partner was so fussy, it was like dealing with a child, it drove me mad.

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    DH has PKU so has been on a low protein diet since he was baby. Although there is a lot he can't eat (any animal products, soy, mushrooms, etc) he's the least fussy eater I know. As long as it's ok in terms of his diet, he'll eat it. Loves leftovers for lunch the next day too.

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    Mine is pretty good. Doesn't like pork (as in roast or fillets, but loves ham and bacon). He doesn't like onions, zucchini or squash if he can see/ taste it. He doesn't like pumpkin if it is chunky because the texture makes him gag but he will happily eat pumpkin soup/scones/pie.

    I will eat nearly anything. I am one of those "won't eat veal if I know it is veal" people. I don't like smoked salmon because the texture makes me gag. I don't like inari because it is cold and gluggy and weird.

    DS is the fussiest but we are working on it, one vegetable at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoteToSelf View Post
    DH nor the kids are fussy thank goodness. Every time I cook a vegetarian meal (particularly a lentil based meal) he always looks hopefully for the meat but still eats it (and I still cook meat free twice a week!)
    My previous partner was so fussy, it was like dealing with a child, it drove me mad.
    There's no way my DH would accept a meat free meal EVER! Do people really eat lentils? By choice?

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    My FIL won't eat cheese. Cheese. Freak!

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    My dh isn't too fussy but definitely has his favourites that he prefers over anything else and has very simple tastes. He will always eat whatever I make even if he thinks it looks dodgy but will have toast later if he doesn't finish it.

    I always say he's lucky to have a healthy and tasty meal prepared for him every night and he should be grateful. I want him to set a good example for our son by saying Thankyou for the meal and by a least trying what is in front of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaomamma View Post
    Last week I made DH a fruit salad to have for breakfasts, 3 days worth, on the 3 day he tells me that next time he wants all the fruit cut and packed separately and assembled on the day because after a while it all blends in and the fruit tastes like each other...
    I don't think I would enjoy two day old fruit salad, let alone three day old fruit salad (it probably all does taste the same by then, I think he's right) but having said that, can he not put together his own breakfast? Really, it's not difficult, a couple of boiled eggs and some toast? Some fruit cut up by his own hand? A yoghurt and chuck some berries in?

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    DH isn't fussy, but a few things he doesn't like is risotto and paella, he says the whole dish just tastes like one thing.

    I am fussier. I hate sausages and I won't give them to DS either. I hate Aussie bacon! Eww! I do eat it sometimes but don't like it.
    I hate fatty meat
    I don't like stuff like Mac Donald's, Pizza Hut, dominos, etc - food court food, eww.
    Also fussy about what yoghurt I eat, not a huge fan of tuna but will eat it occasionally.

    Ps someone said something about basa fillets.... Those things are BAD! They come from Vietnam, caught / farmed in a badly polluted river and are basically contaminated. We used to eat this but read up about them online and haven't touched them since.


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    No fussiness here. We love cooking and trying new foods.
    If DF was over fussy I would make him cook for himself.

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    I'll start with hubby first.. He only eats beef and chicken, or sausages ( but not chicken sausages or chicken mince, no chicken pie.. NO meat on bones so it's chicken breast or steak.. No lamb, pork or seafood.. No pumpkin, sweet potato, no noodles, no nuts, only eats a little fruit if it's on pavlova.

    DD 1 won't eat anything that's healthy.. dinner is always an issue.. I can't grate or finely chop any vegetable into anything not pasta sauce, rissoles, cottage pie etc as she will argue it..
    I used to enjoy cooking but NOT the last few years


 

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