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    Does it taste like soap to you? Apparently that's a common thing for people who have the version of that gene for not liking coriander.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squishie View Post
    Does it taste like soap to you? Apparently that's a common thing for people who have the version of that gene for not liking coriander.
    I don't like coriander either but goats cheese to me is like eating soap!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Because you are too busy eating creamed butter and sugar?

    Been there, done that (sometimes with some vanilla essence, and some sort of cereal stirred in).


    I don't like recipes that ask for chilli or spices. Even the tiniest amount of the mildest spice to me feels like my mouth is a firey furnace.

    I also don't like ones that call for pineapple, or carrot. Can't stand the taste of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Or cans of soup. I bought a new slow cooker book and essentially it was '50 ways to cook meat in a can of soup'.
    I think I have that book!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimTamsandTea View Post
    Crushed garlic.
    Love garlic but hate cleaning the garlic press.
    I bought my garlic press from ikea. The bottom part with the holes in it flips out from the sides so you can easily peel off the skin and clean it. I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimTamsandTea View Post
    Crushed garlic.
    Love garlic but hate cleaning the garlic press.
    I use a microplane to grate my garlic ( the size of the lemon zesting ones) and grate fresh garlic straight over the pan and it rinses straight off

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    Lemons 😝

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox in Sox View Post
    I think I have that book!
    Me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by GM01 View Post
    Buttermilk.. You end up buying a big carton for a very small amount used, and there's not a lot else to use it for except pancakes!

    Shrimp paste, sesame oil and a few other Asian ingredients that I find a little gross to use..

    The whole/fresh form of a spice like coriander seeds or cinnamon sticks- I'd like to know the ground spice equivalent, thanks!!
    To make buttermilk just add normal milk to vinegar and leave it to sit for a few mins. (You'd have to google to exact amounts lol)

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    Caramel, especially slices.


 

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