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    Quote Originally Posted by fuchsiasky View Post
    I don't eat zucchini, avocado, mayo or seafood. The mayo is really inconvenient because it is in every sandwich out there. I am always having to make sure it isn't there if I buy something. But it is really yucky so I don't wish I liked it. I do wish I liked seafood as I live on the coast and there are tonnes of really good seafood here. I know it must be good but it just doesn't sit well with me.
    I do not like mayo either. I always just when ordering a sandwich ask them for no mayo. The advantage of this also it the sandwich is made fresh and has not been sitting around forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlyssaEimers View Post
    I can not stand mustard. A weird fetish I know. DH loves to tease me about kissing him after he has eaten it (I won't). What is worse is when my girls have eaten it. I can't even stand the sight of it.
    I'm with you on that one. I hate mustard too. I don't really like Ketchup either but will eat it if it is already on a burger mixed with everything else. Never on fries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivergallery View Post
    cooked spinach, more of a texture thing, those and oysters but I like the smell of them it is the texture again.
    on both counts.

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    lol...this is funny for me. There's what I don't like, and what I can't have, and they're not necessarily the same.

    don't like zucchini, sweet potato, squash, turnip, corn that's not on the cob, BBQ sauce, goat cheese, canned salmon, most fish.

    The worst things for my guts are bread and pizza crust. Pizza nukes me the next day, which sucks because I love pizza. If I eat something disagreeable (and I'm still learning what they are), I usually know within half an hour after eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alissa_Sal View Post
    I don't like olives, green peppers (I like red and yellow well enough though) or mushrooms. Basically, a supreme pizza is torture on a crust for me....
    My DH describes greek salad as "everything he dislikes in a bowl"... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by kris_w View Post
    My DH describes greek salad as "everything he dislikes in a bowl"... lol
    Oh man, I looooooooooooove greek salad - lots of kalamata olives, feta (as long as it's cow's milk feta), cucumbers, spanish onion.....mmmmmmmm

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    I'm trying to think of a food that I don't like......I wasn't a fan of the shark fin soup we were served overseas. Tolerable, but I'd never order it.

    Guess I'm easy to please.

    Oh, pepperoncinis. I don't like them, but dh and the kids love them. Ick.
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    I don't like mustard *on* something but I can handle it *in* something. I don't want it on a sandwich, but I'll tolerate it mixed in with potato salad.

    Cheese is OK as a condiment, but not as a food, LOL. I like cheese on a veggie pizza but I don't like plain cheese pizza, and if I run out of veggies in a Greek Salad, I leave the last bits of feta in the bowl because I won't eat them without something else. When served cheese & crackers as an appetizer, I eat the crackers plain, which drives my MIL batty since she always sets out the same number of crackers & cheese slices.

    And I don't like cabbage in any form. I pick it out of salads, can't stand sauerkraut, and ask what's in a pierogi before ordering. But I love Brussels sprouts which are really just teeny tiny cabbages but they seem to taste so different & have a better texture, too.

    Other than those three things, I'll eat pretty much everything except meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacers View Post
    I don't like mustard *on* something but I can handle it *in* something. I don't want it on a sandwich, but I'll tolerate it mixed in with potato salad.

    Cheese is OK as a condiment, but not as a food, LOL. I like cheese on a veggie pizza but I don't like plain cheese pizza, and if I run out of veggies in a Greek Salad, I leave the last bits of feta in the bowl because I won't eat them without something else. When served cheese & crackers as an appetizer, I eat the crackers plain, which drives my MIL batty since she always sets out the same number of crackers & cheese slices.

    And I don't like cabbage in any form. I pick it out of salads, can't stand sauerkraut, and ask what's in a pierogi before ordering. But I love Brussels sprouts which are really just teeny tiny cabbages but they seem to taste so different & have a better texture, too.
    Other than those three things, I'll eat pretty much everything except meat.
    Word. Love brussels sprouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire'sMommy View Post
    Word. Love brussels sprouts.
    Ditto. I make a brussels sprout ragout with onion, bacon, and dried canberries that is pretty the best thing ever.
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