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    My DF won't eat meat except fish and ham. I make him pick the diced chicken breast out of my stirfries. I eat steak when he's not around.

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    dh will eat almost anything.

    like a pp said, no fruit in savory dishes, but other than that he's good. even eats my disasters

    i dont think i could handle another person with feeding issues tbh

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    DF isn't fussy at all and eats anything I make. I love trying out new recipes so he is a good test dummy!

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    Not overly, a few little things though like he doesn't like mushrooms (and now dd doesn't like them either even though she used to) anchovies, seafood (but eats fish & tuna) spicy food, likes eggs but not too much like quiche or eggs on top of pizza. Will try anything I make.
    I miss mushrooms!

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    My DH is ridiculously fussy. Won't eat soup, anything that resembles a casserole, meat that has bones in it, cooked vegetables (with the exception of potato and corn the only ones he eats he'll have raw), won't touch pumpkin, capsicum and most fruit, won't eat anything done in the slow cooker... Need I go on?
    His mother says she gave him saos with Vegemite every day for his entire school life because it was the only thing he'd eat.

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    My exH was so fussy that I stopped cooking for him.

    DP is the polar opposite of my ex, DP will eat almost anything.

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    Oh, and if it doesn't contain sufficient meat, he doesn't think it's dinner. Once I made cheese soufflés for dinner and after having 2 he asked what was for main course.

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    DP doesn't eat - any part of chicken but breast, pork, ham, bacon, lamb chops/cutlets/steaks, burger patties, most mince or sausages.
    Peas, beans (including kidney/baked/cannelloni type beans), sweet potato, Brussels sprouts, corn, cauliflower.
    Most dairy is off limits as well.


    PITA.

    Oh I forgot fish! No seafood, of any type.
    I'm essentially restricted to chicken breast, steak, roasts and occasionally a mince meal (spag Bol more than not)
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    My DH eats basically anything. Me on the other hand, well! I'm as fussy as they come (unfortunately for him)

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    Mine eats anything but couscous lol and isnt too keen on lentils.

    If I cook it he will eat it. If not? Go hungry mate!

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