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i dont like parmesan. what food stuffs dont you like?

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NoahVale Mon 23-Nov-15 18:22:13

to me it smells of vomit

73dexter Mon 23-Nov-15 18:25:33

Tinned tuna = cat food

BaronessSamedi Mon 23-Nov-15 18:30:33

oh jesus i love parmesan. can't have pasta without it.

SenecaFalls Mon 23-Nov-15 18:31:16

peanut butter

Andrewofgg Mon 23-Nov-15 18:31:58

Rye bread - the black seeds make me vomit.


Beetroot - remind me of school dinners. the liquid soaking into the mashed potatoes ugh!!

On the other hand I loathed parsnips as a child and I tried them again recently and liked them!

BaronessSamedi Mon 23-Nov-15 18:33:18

blood sausage
ready salted crisps
anything coffee flavoured

so many more....

there was a thread about this recently and it was great fun to read.

Palomb Mon 23-Nov-15 18:33:09

Bananas - disgusting!

Mayonnaise - ruins nice sandwiches

Cheddar - love other cheese but cheddar is vile.

GastonsChestHair Mon 23-Nov-15 18:33:13

Avocado <gip>

VegetablEsoup Mon 23-Nov-15 18:33:15


NoahVale Mon 23-Nov-15 18:34:12

lets hope this thread is fun too baroness grin

BolshierAryaStark Mon 23-Nov-15 18:34:25

Swede, fucking hate with a passion-only when it's cooked though, quite like it raw.

WhatamessIgotinto Mon 23-Nov-15 18:34:14

Shop bought cheesecake.


Sweet corn.

Salad cream.

Sirzy Mon 23-Nov-15 18:34:46

Celery. It's vile and leaves it's horrible taste on everything it touches

NeverGoOutOfStyle Mon 23-Nov-15 18:35:12

Baked beans. I cannot deal with baked beans! I also have a really strong dislike of black pudding, and unsmoked bacon/ham I find really disgusting.

SheDoneAlreadyDoneHadHerses Mon 23-Nov-15 18:35:41

White cabbage. We used to have it in Juniors and it was wet and soggy and salty rank

Tripe. It's jelly.

Bacon. I'm sorry. I like ham, I like sausages, I like pulled pork, I don't like bacon.

chemenger Mon 23-Nov-15 18:35:48

Salted caramel. Porridge. Anything cold and coffee flavoured. Mustard.

Chelsea26 Mon 23-Nov-15 18:37:09

Fish - all kinds but particularly seafood - Gag!

People who willingly eat oysters blow my mind... Why would you like to eat a cold, salty lump of phlegm?

Andrewofgg Mon 23-Nov-15 18:36:50

chemenger You mean you eat meat without mustard?

Good gracious . . .

Madbengalmum Mon 23-Nov-15 18:37:19

Tripe, chiterlings,sweetbreads, mussels, clams,black pudding.....boak

SaucyJack Mon 23-Nov-15 18:37:45


I don't exactly know what squirrel shit tastes like, but I'm guessing it's very similar.

When I'm elected PM I shall have the production, distribution and possession of it criminalised.

Topseyt Mon 23-Nov-15 18:37:57

I don't care for the smell of parmesan, but I love the taste. I find that rather a conundrum.

I don't like coca cola, or any other brand or coke or cola.

NoahVale Mon 23-Nov-15 18:38:56

I cant stand roast lamb either, so fatty

nokidshere Mon 23-Nov-15 18:40:04

Oh dear.. A very long list..

Cooked onions
Cooked peppers
Fish with bones in
Fish fingers
Pizza except Pizza Hut deep pan vegetarian (which has cooked peppers on it lol)

And lots more I'm sure ... I'm not a fussy eater though honest! Lol

AJFsmummy Mon 23-Nov-15 18:41:31

Eggs - I seem to be the only person who hates them.

Fishy fish - like Sardines /mackerel

Squid - rubbery (from experience)

rice pudding- texture/bland taste

porridge - texture/bland taste

tomato ketchup - makes me shiver!

last but not least ....Black pudding- congealed pigs blood, need I say more?

Topseyt Mon 23-Nov-15 18:41:34

Oh, and I will agree with Saucy about marzipan. Awful stuff. Makes me want to gag.

My Dad loved it. Every year when we were children my mother would make a lovely Christmas cake, and then spoil it by putting thick slabs of marzipan on before icing it.

I don't care for stuff which has marzipan on it either. For example, Battenburg cake. The spongy bit is alright, but the marzipan around the outside puts me right off.

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