Yep my partner certainly is.
Still dealing with anorexia and binge eating though he is a lot better than he was.
Does not eat monday through to thursday at all. Then friday, saturday, sunday eats the same stuff. Fried foods, crumpets with nountains of melted butter and peanut butter then 3 blocks of chocolate but only at night. Same every week. Better than the barely eating at all but drives me insane then I feel guilty because I know he is trying. Eating at all is a chore for him but once he starts doesnt stop for hours.
Sorry for the vent.
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31-03-2014 22:09 #31Senior Member
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31-03-2014 22:11 #32
DH is really good - he is fussy with certain cuts of meat but that doesn't worry me as I don't eat it!
31-03-2014 22:19 #33
Nope. DH will eat pretty much anything I cook (there are things he doesn't really like to eat but if I serve it he will eat it).
The only things that he will flat out refuse to eat are dried fruit and hard boiled eggs.
It's lucky he's not fussy because he eats a LOT.
31-03-2014 23:30 #34
DH is great. No fruit in savoury dishes. That's it!
01-04-2014 00:15 #35Senior Member
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Yep DH is fussy. He wont eat soup,salad,eggs, seafood, most fruit, yoghurt, muffins/cakes (weirdo) drives me crazy as these are all things I love eating and cooking.
01-04-2014 06:52 #36
My ex was a very non-adventurous eater! There was so much he wouldn't eat it drove me insane! Whenever he cooked it was spaghetti Bol or tacos or pizza. :/
I am determined DS will NOT be like that! I love food and every quisine has its merits. I could not live with someone like my ex again.
01-04-2014 07:09 #37Senior Member
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Dh won't eat seafood, meat off a bone and only eats chicken breast. He also doesn't eat corn. Apart from those things he will eat anything put in front of him even the disasters. I'm more fussy then DH is.
01-04-2014 09:55 #38
01-04-2014 10:03 #39
There really is quite a few fussy men isn't there? I find it especially surprising that some won't eat steak? Isn't that a man staple? Lol
01-04-2014 10:18 #40
I think there's a difference between being fussy and not liking something.
DH can be a little fussy I guess but so can I so it's ok. He doesn't like pumpkin but will have pumpkin soup! When he cooks mince he has to get all the lumps out, the mince has to be lump free! He will not eat any fish from a fish shop or frozen fish, he will only eat fresh fish he has caught himself!
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