Anyone still have food aversions? I was cooking dinner tonight and I am sick as a dog. I was frying deer burger with onion and the smell is horrendous. I still can't eat normal hamburger either....
Not really. The smell of onions can be overwhelming to me, but I can still eat them. It's just a magnification of the smell. I have been really lucky this time to not have the insane food aversions I did with DD.
Perfume makes me sick though. It gives me an instant headache, but it always has so it's just a little bit worse now.
I hope your food aversions go away. It's miserable when the one specific small can instantly make you sick like that.
I don't like the smell of ground beef cooking. That makes me feel real sick and a lot of times when I'm cooking it and I smell it then I sometimes don't want to eat then.
Other times, after I add spices and stuff I can handle it. Other times I can't.
Last night I made chili and at first the smell sucked, but after adding other things, it smelled really good, so I was able to eat a large bowl of it.
Tonight we're having sausages and I know I can handle that smell so I don't have to worry about wanting something else.
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No fun. I had big meat (eating & smell) aversions during my last 2 pregnancies. Hope it passes for you soon.
~Joy~ DS1-8/5/05, DS2-10/18/10 (VBAC#1), DS3- 4/11/12 (VBAC#2!)
I have had an aversion to all the seafood/fish we usually eat. It is frustrating because I usually love it, but it is the strong smell that just gets me and then I'm done... Made an awesome venison stew the other day and no aversion to that!!!
In general, a lot of food sounds pretty blah to me. This time around, meat sounds AWESOME all the time lol. I get grossed out by dairy and pasta-type stuff on occasion. Just thinking about it makes me feel gross. After some of you mentioning meat, now I am wanting some. HAHAHA