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Old 04-04-2019, 02:26 AM
 
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I used to love Guinness Stout, drank it as a treat a few times a year, but the last few times I've had it, I didn't enjoy it and no longer want it.
What have you lost your taste for that you used to love?
Everything is very simple. All products have become artificial. For example, I always liked condensed milk, but now its taste has become so disgusting that you buy something similar to condensed milk. You come to the store, there are a lot of products, but in fact there is nothing to buy
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Old 04-04-2019, 06:16 AM
 
Location: Coastal Georgia
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A good hamburger used to be my favorite thing. Lately, I havenít really got a taste for them. Since I went low carb, Iím not into the bun much. I just enjoy a plain burger with a little salad more.
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Old 04-04-2019, 10:25 AM
 
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Everything is very simple. All products have become artificial. For example, I always liked condensed milk, but now its taste has become so disgusting that you buy something similar to condensed milk. You come to the store, there are a lot of products, but in fact there is nothing to buy
Nonsense.
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Old 04-04-2019, 06:10 PM
 
Location: Ro cha cha, NY
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I agree with those who said that all little debbie snacks taste like chemicals.

I bought some Funny bones a year back and thought that they did not taste like they once did. Now, maybe it's me getting older and my taste buds have changed, but one of my friends said that he thought that they tasted different too.

It does seem like a lot of things taste different. Don't know if it's me or changes that have been made.

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Old 04-04-2019, 06:28 PM
 
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I bought some Funny bones a year back and thought that they did not taste like they once did. Now, maybe it's me getting older and my taste buds have changed, but one of my friends said that he thought that they tasted different too.
My favorite junk food used to be Dolly Madison Zingers- later Hostess Zingers, then disappeared for awhile, then the Hostess brand was bought by a company that started making them again.

They just don't taste the same. There has been some speculation that eliminating trans-fats has changed the taste of many junk foods.

Probably just as well- and I eat TONS more vegetables and less meat than I used to, and those are good developments, too.
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Old 04-07-2019, 08:29 PM
 
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Turkey lunchmeat. Back in the day (10 years ago) I use to only eat white meat, so I ate Turkey sandwiches. Loved them. Then one day, the Turkey was repulsive. Still can't tolerate Turkey lunch meat too well. But I do love fresh cooked turkey.
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Old 04-08-2019, 04:38 AM
 
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Turkey lunchmeat. Back in the day (10 years ago) I use to only eat white meat, so I ate Turkey sandwiches. Loved them. Then one day, the Turkey was repulsive. Still can't tolerate Turkey lunch meat too well. But I do love fresh cooked turkey.
you are not alone.... the turkey luncheon loaf was my fav...lol


the packaged meats- packaged sandwich meats - that sell around the packaged bacon and hot dogs..... don't sell at all as they use too......partly because of nitrites/nitrates and all the other ingredients...and partly because most would rather get it sliced at the deli... it appears fresher....tho you don't get to see the ingredients.....
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Old 04-08-2019, 10:15 PM
 
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Shellfish.
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Old 06-19-2019, 03:47 PM
 
Location: Southwest, USA
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Sour apple laffy taffy. I loved the stuff. I was munching on some when my ex-fiance told me she cheated. I instantly threw up. The memory of the awful taste creeps me out to this day. I don't eat it anymore.
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Old 06-19-2019, 05:10 PM
 
Location: Southwest Washington State
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Tex-Mex.

I used to love the big local Tex-Mex chain. I've had better Mexican in other places to know this local chain is pretty awful. There is a single restaurant in the area that I'll eat Tex-Mex from, and even then I rarely crave anything but salsa.
I am not big on Americanized Mexican food either. In much of it all I ever discern is starch. Today, because DH loves the stuff, we drove a fair distance to eat pretty decent Mexican. I had a fajita salad because I like the grilled veggies. It was fine, if under spiced for Mexican food.

We ate the good stuff in the American Southwest a few weeks ago. There is no comparison. Everyone should eat the local cuisine in New Mexico at least once in their lives.

But, yeah, I used to enjoy the ubiquitous Americanized Mexican food easily found everywhere. But i have lost taste and interest in most of it.
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