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Old 07-09-2014, 09:49 AM
 
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Sushi. Got a terrible case of food poisoning from a bad batch a few years back and now the smell makes me want to hurl. Likely never having it again.

Asparagus is the other big one. Everyone seems to love it, but I think it tastes foul. I've had it maybe one or two ways where it didn't make me want to gag.
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Old 07-09-2014, 01:01 PM
 
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Milk. YUCK. Especially when plain or mixed into savory dishes like soups. Gross, gross, gross. In desserts, I can handle it.
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Old 07-09-2014, 05:12 PM
 
Location: Kharkiv, Ukraine
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For me:
Orange juice - not disgusting, but still not a big fan of it. I do like oranges though.
Same with tomato juice - I don't like it, but I do like tomatoes.
Olives - I used to not like them, but now I eat them easily and even quite like them.
Most sweet things - I don't dislike them at all, but never understood that obsession with them. They annoy me quite quickly, and they make me thirsty.
Corn/Maize - rather neutral to it, its taste is not unpleasant at all, but its not very tasty either.
Carrots - same as above, not unpalatable, but nothing special.
Cheese - mostly same as above, neutral to it, nothing special.
Kvas - a drink which is unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. Many people seem to like it, but I tried it and didn't like - too bitter.
Vinegret - a salad which is also unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. I don't like even its smell.
I used to dislike fresh cucumbers as a child, I preferred pickled ones, but now I like fresh cucumbers better.
I like seafood and milk which many people named though.
It seems that my culinary preferences are quite different from majority's.
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Old 07-09-2014, 06:08 PM
 
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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For me:
Orange juice - not disgusting, but still not a big fan of it. I do like oranges though.
Same with tomato juice - I don't like it, but I do like tomatoes.
Olives - I used to not like them, but now I eat them easily and even quite like them.
Most sweet things - I don't dislike them at all, but never understood that obsession with them. They annoy me quite quickly, and they make me thirsty.
Corn/Maize - rather neutral to it, its taste is not unpleasant at all, but its not very tasty either.
Carrots - same as above, not unpalatable, but nothing special.
Cheese - mostly same as above, neutral to it, nothing special.
Kvas - a drink which is unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. Many people seem to like it, but I tried it and didn't like - too bitter.
Vinegret - a salad which is also unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. I don't like even its smell.
I used to dislike fresh cucumbers as a child, I preferred pickled ones, but now I like fresh cucumbers better.
I like seafood and milk which many people named though.
It seems that my culinary preferences are quite different from majority's.
Kvas is really nasty stuff but I like vinegret.
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Old 07-09-2014, 09:52 PM
 
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Another vote for sushi.

And my personal least favorite -- HUMMUS! The texture just grosses me out. Can not stand to be around it...
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Old 07-11-2014, 07:45 AM
 
Location: Lexington Ky
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Cheesecake
Ranch dressing
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Old 07-11-2014, 06:34 PM
 
Location: Castlederp
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Sushi... the thought of it just disgusts me! Also most other fish foods, I am not a big fish fan
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Old 07-11-2014, 08:25 PM
 
Location: NYntarctica
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Originally Posted by Max96 View Post
For me:
Orange juice - not disgusting, but still not a big fan of it. I do like oranges though.
Same with tomato juice - I don't like it, but I do like tomatoes.
Olives - I used to not like them, but now I eat them easily and even quite like them.
Most sweet things - I don't dislike them at all, but never understood that obsession with them. They annoy me quite quickly, and they make me thirsty.
Corn/Maize - rather neutral to it, its taste is not unpleasant at all, but its not very tasty either.
Carrots - same as above, not unpalatable, but nothing special.
Cheese - mostly same as above, neutral to it, nothing special.
Kvas - a drink which is unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. Many people seem to like it, but I tried it and didn't like - too bitter.
Vinegret - a salad which is also unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. I don't like even its smell.
I used to dislike fresh cucumbers as a child, I preferred pickled ones, but now I like fresh cucumbers better.
I like seafood and milk which many people named though.
It seems that my culinary preferences are quite different from majority's.
I agree on vinegret, my grandparents would always make it, and I just never bought into the hype. I also dont like kvas unless someone makes a really good okroshka
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:23 AM
 
Location: Florida (SW)
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I don't like green bean casserole....the kind with the fried onion rings that is so popular at Thanksgiving. (I used to like it but that went to "not so much" and now to dislike. ) I am not a fan of recipes that call for Campbell's Cream of......soups or Lipton's French Onion soup mix either. I know other people really like them.

I don't like BBQ sauce, or pulled pork or ribs that are "fall off the bone" tender. I much prefer dry rub for BBQ with perhaps a slight amount of glaze at the end before serving.

Last edited by elston; 07-12-2014 at 06:46 AM..
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Old 07-12-2014, 05:36 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Max96 View Post
For me:
Orange juice - not disgusting, but still not a big fan of it. I do like oranges though.
Same with tomato juice - I don't like it, but I do like tomatoes.
Olives - I used to not like them, but now I eat them easily and even quite like them.
Most sweet things - I don't dislike them at all, but never understood that obsession with them. They annoy me quite quickly, and they make me thirsty.
Corn/Maize - rather neutral to it, its taste is not unpleasant at all, but its not very tasty either.
Carrots - same as above, not unpalatable, but nothing special.
Cheese - mostly same as above, neutral to it, nothing special.
Kvas - a drink which is unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. Many people seem to like it, but I tried it and didn't like - too bitter.
Vinegret - a salad which is also unknown in Western countries, but quite popular in former USSR. I don't like even its smell.
I used to dislike fresh cucumbers as a child, I preferred pickled ones, but now I like fresh cucumbers better.
I like seafood and milk which many people named though.
It seems that my culinary preferences are quite different from majority's.
tomato juice, that's a dry-heaver for me,,,just awful,,, its the rap music of the juice world,,,simply hideous
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