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17-03-2014 12:26 #41
17-03-2014 13:17 #42Senior Member
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No fuss here - we'll try anything. Love our food! I have no issue with fussy eaters (though I just don't geddit) but I would hate to have to cater to a fussy adult - they'd have to look after their own meals.
17-03-2014 17:43 #43
17-03-2014 20:03 #44
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17-03-2014 20:18 #45
My dh is fussy and complaints and critiques everything but still ears it. We both chefs so I tell him if he doesn't like it he can cook for himself.
17-03-2014 20:23 #46
I just asked dh and he says that I'm fussy which is prob true. I hate not being the one to decide what's for dinner
He also says maybe these husbands aren't fussy maybe the wife's are just bad cooks
17-03-2014 20:27 #47
Oh and there is nothing he
Won't eat per say. His least favourite is cauliflower but I've never heard him say I don't like x (except canttlope) he just says this meal tastes crap if he doesn't like it. Does that make sense. Not the ingredients but the cook I guess
17-03-2014 20:43 #48
I'm surprised people still say crap like a meal without meat isn't really a meal. Or I don't ear green vegetables.
17-03-2014 21:16 #49
DH is fine eating a few meatless meals a week and loves lentil soup !
For those with fussy husbands do your kids copy the fussiness of their dads or do they not realise it yet?
17-03-2014 21:21 #50
DS2 has sensory issues and is a terrible eater but is great with fruit and veggies.
Dh eats potato and corn. No other veggies ever. Fruit he isnt much better.
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