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    My DH is the cook in our house
    We keep things very basic, but we often have trouble with "what do you feel like?" "Dunno what about you?" "Dunno..." Every hour until I get fed up and put 2 min noodles on

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    My DH is the same as yours OP.
    He loves pretty much all veges (except green beans, but I served them up to him the other night anyway and he ate them).
    Otherwise the only things he will not eat are dried fruit and soft cheese. I'm the fussy one out of the two of us! Luckily the kids seem to be willing to eat (or at least try) anything like him

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    DF will pretty much eat anything.
    The only thing he refuses to eat is coriander. I hate it too so fine by me!!
    We love trying new foods and cooking together.
    I would find it really hard to tolerate a fussy partner.

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    Default How fussy is your partner with food?

    My DH is a bit fussy. He's pretty health conscious and loves his steamed veggies so most meals are a protein with veg. He much prefers when I cook healthy with no carbs etc. He cooks a few nights a week too though which is good. There's nothing he'll technically not eat/hate.
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    Im the fussy one. He would eat anything!

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    He will eat anything. I haven't come across anything he won't eat. I put that down to being in a orphanage for a few years as a young kid. I alway think that's is why he eats so dam fast. His workmate are always amazed that he finished his meal before they are 1/4 done.
    He happy if I cook a three course meal or soup and toast or a cheese toasty.
    He never can answer what do you feel like. He just can't.

    I do make a seperate meal that he loves but the rest of us hate as a special 'I love you' on a fairly regularly bases.

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    DH will eat anything apart from coriander! He eats more than me and I consider myself to eat most things!

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    Anything except lentils lol

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    My partner was fussy when he met me as his mum is not the best cook in the world. (bloody awful). Think 70s style spag bog cooked in an electric fry pan with spagetti cooked in the sauce. Blergh.

    Now he eats everything and loves all new foods. The only thing he doesn't like is fresh tomato.

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    DH isn't fussy as much as he's just not very adventurous. He won't suggest much for dinner unless it's spag, meat and three veg or something like that.
    He us happy to try things though. I've been cooking from the lose baby weight recipes and he's been happy to try everything and the only meal he didn't like was the same one I didn't like.


 

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