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    Default I hate recipes that ask for...

    Anything with American ingredients. I've found quite a few that I've wanted to do then I've looked through the ingredients and found out there's 1 key thing you can't buy here! So disappointing!

    Also any recipe with avocado or liquorice

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimTamsandTea View Post
    Crushed garlic.
    Love garlic but hate cleaning the garlic press.
    I buy the jars of crushed garlic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Best Things View Post
    The gene OR6A2 is linked to coriander tasting REALLY bad for some people.
    Ooh do you know the one for making egg overwhelming?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimTamsandTea View Post
    Crushed garlic.
    Love garlic but hate cleaning the garlic press.
    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    You can buy frozen crushed garlic in like an ice cube tray looking thing in supermarkets
    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    I buy the jars of crushed garlic
    I buy jars of chopped garlic, it's amazing!

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    Celery. Yuck!

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    Mushrooms and seafood. Ick!

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    Ginger. Hate the stuff.

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    Any kind of nuts. Allergic child

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    'Cream the butter and sugar' are words that stop me baking.

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    I always seem to find recipes full of obscure shizz you can't find in a regular supermarket or green grocers. Or... Anywhere at all! So annoying. Why put it in your recipe book but to be a smug ba$tard? Oh and they always say 'please don't substitute the ocelot tail with garden variety cat tail, it just won't work. Use tiger tail at a pinch'

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