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    Sultanas. My 17 mo force feeds them to me while she's eating them. I have to swallow them whole like tablets because I can't bring myself to chew them.

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

    Pigeon, rabbit, snails, quail, venison - basically anything that isn't main****** meat or poultry. I even feel a bit weird about eating turkey. Strangely, I'm fine with eating Peking duck at Chinese restaurants but could never prepare and cook it myself.

    Offal, just like everyone else, total vom.

    Someone else mentioned this - things that look at me, like crabs, prawns and whole fish. I do like prawns but only if someone else peels them for me.

    Caviar, blue cheese, and most delicacies.

    Edible flowers. They're either edible OR flowers, they shouldn't be both.

    ETA - large pieces of cooked leafy vegetables, like spinach or bok choy. The texture is so revolting. But if I chop spinach really small then cook it (with other stuff), I can convince myself that it's basil and its fine.

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    Offal
    Deep fried huntsmen
    Frog
    Snail
    Caviar
    Haggis
    Crocodile - though have tried it.
    Octopus - also tried it.
    Whitebait - also tried it. Just ick.
    Anything that looks at me.

    I have a texture thing with food, so i cant eat anything with the lines of fat through it or covered in fat. Or anything of that texture.

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    @Jennaisme I'm lmao that deep fried huntsmen was the second thing you thought of. Do you have to politely decline the spider dish very much at dinner parties?

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    Seafood
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    Food with heads still on.
    Paw paw
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    Rare meat of any kind.
    Chilli
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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    @Jennaisme I'm lmao that deep fried huntsmen was the second thing you thought of. Do you have to politely decline the spider dish very much at dinner parties?
    Haha. Often, of course.

    I assume its the same as white bait - cooked with brain, guts and eyes all there still. So kind of offal, in its more non offaly form?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    Just thought of one more - spam.
    I just read that so wrong as sperm haha!

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    Pizza
    Lettuce
    Tomato
    Onion
    Any salad items really
    Citrus fruits
    Orange juices (especially with pith!)
    Exotic cheeses
    Cheerios
    Fruit loops
    Roast lamb or lamb chops
    BBQ sauce

    I'm weird, I know!.

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    Coriander is all I've got.

    I will eat anything else.

    I love baby octopus!! Mmmm!


 

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