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    Default Food that you just cannot bring yourself to eat... what is it?

    Mine is Muscles, Oysters, smelly seafood, any sort of Pork, raw Sushi & Paw Paw. Just cannot bring myself to try it EVER..the thought makes me want to be sick.

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    Peanut butter
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    Any form of offal! I'm pretty good with all food, just not offal.

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    Hmmm. Salsa. I just cant do it. Vom!!

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    Raw tomato - I just know I don't like it.

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    Oysters, mussels, calamari, offal, celery.

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    raw egg, offal. oysters, raw onion, chicken, donuts, ice cream, cream, flavoured milks. or coffee. some of these things i did eat or i have eaten, but all of these things i now will not eat. im sure there are more, but i just cant think of them. marie

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    Vegemite & liver

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    Anything that's looking at me when on the plate. Whole prawns, whole fish, shellfish - creepy! Also anything really slimy like oysters and mussels.

    I also can't eat orange citrus fruits like oranges and mandarins. I threw up orange juice once when I was a kid and it scarred me for life.

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    Octopus - the large tentacles have those huge awful suckers and the baby ones have those bulbous heads... Barf!

    Though I've eaten these I feel sick at the idea of coriander, aniseed, ginger and mint (herb)


 

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