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    @Marigold no vegetables?

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    Soooo fussy!!! He eats meat. His vegie intake is mostly potatoes, occasionally carrots and peas. He eats most fruits. And most carbs. Hates most sauces, especially anything creamy.
    He's a pain in my butt!

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    Dh isn't really fussy and will usually eat whatever is served, unless it has mushrooms or olives in it.

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    Mine will eat anything and is always appreciative no matter what it is! he did go to boarding school though so maybe that's it!

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    I sympathise Marigold! It's so frustrating! I do like that your DH eats fish lol DF hates it! Just a little variety would be lovely!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Extremely, extremely fussy.

    To save myself a few hours listing the food he won't eat (EVERYTHING!) here's what he will eat...

    Plain white fish. Filleted, such as basic flake etc. Grilled, as he doesn't like greasy batter.
    Tuna.
    Potatoes. But not mashed.
    Pasta, eg ricotta and spinach filled cannelloni (minimal spinach or he won't eat it), Mac n cheese, gnocchi with a mild pesto/cream sauce.
    If the pasta sauce is tomato based, it must be completely smooth/pureed.
    Plain cheese pizza
    Corn
    Toast with Vegemite and real butter

    No meat. I use the alternatives like "fake" schnitzel/burgers/sausages.
    Rice (plain white).
    No fruit. Oh wait, he'll very occasionally eat an apple, peeled and washed.
    Cereal.
    Chocolate.

    That is all. Pain in the a$s!
    Seriously how do you cope? I am vegetarian so I cook most of our dinners. DH would and does eat ANYTHING so I figure if I'm going to be. PITA then I have to cook. DH is a very good cook tho thank god so does a few dinners every week.

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    Aside from seadood (which isn't fussiness anyway as she is allergic) DP eats everything. I'd go spare if she was fussy!!!

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    Mine is pretty good, he doesn't like mushroom or celery but is still happy for me to cook with them and he just puts the bits he doesn't like to the side. He isn't adventurous foodwise but is happy to try new things that I cook at least once. He very quickly learnt when we moved in together that if he doesn't want to learn to cook well like I can (he hates cooking with a passion and I love it), there is to be zero complaining. I'm happy for feedback or for him to voice his preferences but no whinging that he just doesn't like it.

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    DP is vegetarian and type 1 diabetic
    So I'm careful with what I cook. Having said that though he does Hoover down anything I cook and will be happy to try new recipes I find.
    I still eat meat but a lot less to save me from cooking so many different things and saves on all of the dishes
    He always thanks me for cooking too. Which makes it that much more pleasing, when you're appreciated ❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    @Marigold no vegetables?
    No. Only corn. It's absolutely terrible. And spinach if it's well hidden in ravioli or similar.


 
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