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Any meat attached to a bone still.

Any meat still attached to skin still.

Tinned tomatoes.

Bottom side meat of smoked mackerel.

 

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, Michael W said:

And no, you can't just take the tomato off - the whole thing is fucking ruined once it's been touched with those awful things. 

This has just reminded me - lettuce. Why do people enjoy eating a soil like tasting sheet of card? 

2 hours ago, Genuine Hibs Fan said:

Tuna mayo is the only common food I can't stick. 

Swap the mayo for salad cream. 

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6 minutes ago, Mr. Alli said:

Swap the mayo for salad cream. 

Either or mate bowfing thing. Add sweetcorn in there and it's my nightmare

I like all those things well enough individually, but all together is just a recipe for vomit

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13 hours ago, stanton said:

Cheese , it makes my skin crawl absolutely detest the stuff. & Fried eggs make me physically sick . 

Same here, I can't eat most cheeses.  I can just about handle mascarpone in a cheesecake but that's it.

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37 minutes ago, superbigal said:

Any meat attached to a bone still.

A really good one, this.  Seeing people eating chicken off the bone gives me the boke.

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6 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

A really good one, this.  Seeing people eating chicken off the bone gives me the boke.

Legendary P&B Tory curmodgeon Reynard used to tell a story about a mate of his who worked with a Russian who would eat a rotisserie chicken, bones and all, for lunch every day.

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Just now, ICTChris said:

Legendary P&B Tory curmodgeon Reynard used to tell a story about a mate of his who worked with a Russian who would eat a rotisserie chicken, bones and all, for lunch every day.

Think I remember reading that on the Work Colleagues thread.

What ever happened to Reynard?

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7 minutes ago, TheScarf said:

Think I remember reading that on the Work Colleagues thread.

What ever happened to Reynard?

He got banned I think.  He was on Twitter for a while but seems gone from there too.

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Cucumber = mucky water 

 

generally will eat anything did have a thing about fish, other than breaded haddock from chippy, when I was young but now love almost all seafood, salmon is still a bit hit and miss depending on how it’s done 

 

I love food 

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This is an excellent thread. Amazing how much we vary in our tastes.

I was a very picky eater growing up. On a family holiday, the hotel chef was in the class of Aunt Dahlia's Anatole; but his dishes almost exclusively featured some variant of a tomato-based sauce. Epicurean delight for everyone else; hurling fodder for me. I had a plate of butterbeans for at least 10 evening meals in the fortnight.

When I was 20, I weaned myself onto all kinds of cooked tomato flavour, using my arch-enemy: consistent retch-inducing tomato ketchup. I did it in a very deliberate, militaristic way.

Cooked 6 Iceland basic fishcakes, cut each fishcake into 6 pieces, put brown sauce on 12 pieces from 2 of the fishcakes, then the same with salad cream and ketchup. Made a pot of tea, then just munched my way through them in rotation: brown, salad cream, ketchup, brown, salad cream, ketchup. Got through the plateful, and have never looked back. Now I love cooked-tomato-based dishes, and will routinely cook with them.

Always enjoyed raw tomatoes, and still eat them surreptitiously when I'm supposed to be bringing some in from the greenhouse. So sweet when they're just picked.

Nowadays there's no actual foodstuff that I would balk at, and pretty much none that I don't actively like (at least a bit). From the thread so far, the closest I could come to concurring would be on eggplant aubergine and foie gras.

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17 hours ago, gannonball said:

Olives, I have tried to get in tho them but I cant. I hate the taste and texture. 
Also dont get the love for Wasabi, its way too over powering for anything.

Common foods: Wasabi

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For me it's just crustaceans I can't eat. I'd like to like them and make an effort once in a while to see if my tastes have developed to enjoy them but I just can't.

Also, the only food that should ever be breaded is schnitzel and everything else it just makes worse.

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Starting to realise how I've ended up such a massive chunker. Apparently everyone else struggles to find enough food that they can actually eat. At worst I'm indifferent to foodstuffs. I used to think I hated cheese, but it turns out it's just the rancid stuff.

A girlfriend's father used to keep a block of some rotting blue/black mess in their fridge. First I knew about it was when he walked in to the kitchen, whipped it out, and started scraping off the fungal growth to drop in to his mouth. Had his 'O' face on while eating it. I don't think he realised I was in the room, and I'd no idea this was something that (some) human beings did, so I had a moment of horror where I thought he might be a pod person stocking up on nutrients.

Do any P&Bers buy food in order to let it putrefy before consumption?

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15 hours ago, TheScarf said:

Pineapple 

Coconut 

Sweetcorn 

Mushrooms 

They're all absolutely fucking disgusting. 

Makings of an excellent pizza there.

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4 minutes ago, Miguel Sanchez said:

Why do people hate bananas and tomatoes so much?

I think George Carlin said something along the lines that tomatoes look like some kind of unformed foetal creature. Sort of saw what he meant after that, but f**k it.

Homophobes think bananas look like willies.

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Mushrooms (only really ever tried the standard breakfast one, I'd be open to trying other variants) and Honey.

Can't think of anything else I don't like.

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