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    Meat , one of the reasons I went vegetarian at 14 is because mum and dad ate meat medium rare and that's how they cooked it for us and I always hated the texture and taste of it!

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    Mutton stew. There was lots of it because we had no money and dad killed his own sheep from the farm. Still won't touch it.

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    Irish stew. Some sort of lamb concoction with vast amount of 'leaves' as I used to call it. Revolting.

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    My parents used to make Indian curries all the time. Agh I hated them and would just eat rice. And they used to make sushi with raw fish, it would make me gag. Fast forward and I love Indian food and eat raw fish sushi at least once a week. And I feed my kids curry and sushi now DD's favourite food is raw salmon nigiri...

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    My parents overcooked steak. I still eat it but rarer.

    It took me a long time to eat shepherd's pie again though

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    Default What meal did your parents serve you - that you hated and have not eaten since?

    Lamb shanks- mum boiled them in nothing but water. Gag.
    Of course her excuse was they were 50c per shank back then! I cook them now but slow cook them in beautiful sauces... and the catch is now we only have them when we can afford them!

    ETA: I hated steak growing up to similar reasons stated above. Our farm had cattle and dad would have one butchered every year or two so we had a massive freezer full of steak and I hated it. Cue shock and awe when I moved out and realised a) the supermarket price of steak and b) the restaurant price of steak! (Of course I love it now!)

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    Apricot chicken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Women View Post
    Apricot chicken
    I loved apricot chicken as a kid. And I have it on this pedestal as some amazing dish. I've tried my hand at it about 4 times. Horrible, every single time. I don't know if I just can't make it, or if it's just my distorted memory.

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    Savoury mince. I don't mind taco mince or bolognaise but just plain old savoury mince with mashed potato... nope.

    We were pretty poor growing up so it was on the menu a lot.

    And meatloaf, I hate meatloaf. We didn't have it regularly but enough for me to hate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Ham steaks 🤢
    This with a ring of pineapple from a can...blerg

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