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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby HappyBella55 » Thu Feb 21, 2008 12:15 am

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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby Tummygirl » Thu Feb 21, 2008 11:13 am

You know what else i cant eat.... Veal cant even bring myself to look at it in the supermarket. No need to eat baby animals enough older ones around.
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby ali76 » Thu Feb 21, 2008 11:19 am

Tummygirl wrote:You know what else i cant eat.... Veal cant even bring myself to look at it in the supermarket. No need to eat baby animals enough older ones around.


Ooohhh....me too!!! And I've seen a thread on here about Kangaroo....can't do that either!! Bbllluurrrggghhh....!!!
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby zeedeveelgirl » Thu Feb 21, 2008 9:44 pm

Mmm I LOVE roo :D HATE the smell of it raw and cooking *shudder* but it tastes awesome and is soo good for you!!
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby bferbear » Thu Feb 21, 2008 10:06 pm

I bought some "kanga bangers"the other day from woolies. I felt like a sausages and mash and felt that it was a slightly better option than normal porkies. They tasted ok, but it wasnt the same.
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby MissE » Sun Mar 09, 2008 1:33 pm

Fresh fruit. I have a pathalogical disgust of anything fruit. It literally makes me ill just having to handle it. I work in a bar and making a mango daquiri makes me dry heave. I honestly dont know how it came about, Mom says even as a baby I'd reject anything that resembled fresh fruit, but the weird thing is, I'll eat dried fruit and drink OJ if its pulp free?? But yeah. Everyone tells me I'm a freak, I cant even watch someone eating a strawberry...
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby zeedeveelgirl » Sun Mar 09, 2008 8:58 pm

bferbear wrote:I bought some "kanga bangers"the other day from woolies. I felt like a sausages and mash and felt that it was a slightly better option than normal porkies. They tasted ok, but it wasnt the same.


Roo sausages are a bit more than a slightly better option than normal sausages!!! Check out the nutritional info on Calorie King, you'll be amazed!
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby ali76 » Sun Mar 09, 2008 9:10 pm

MissE wrote:Fresh fruit. I have a pathalogical disgust of anything fruit. It literally makes me ill just having to handle it. I work in a bar and making a mango daquiri makes me dry heave. I honestly dont know how it came about, Mom says even as a baby I'd reject anything that resembled fresh fruit, but the weird thing is, I'll eat dried fruit and drink OJ if its pulp free?? But yeah. Everyone tells me I'm a freak, I cant even watch someone eating a strawberry...


OMG...I'd DIE without my fruit!!!
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby Rachel85 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 11:59 am

Pumpkin and peas.. I just can't eat them.
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby ali76 » Wed Mar 19, 2008 12:22 pm

Rachel85 wrote:Pumpkin and peas.. I just can't eat them.


Pumpkin?! YUM!! Ooohhh.....pumpkin soup in winter....delish!
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby nutzy » Sat Mar 29, 2008 3:03 am

I'm not a huge fan of pasta, especially wholewheat pasta - but I eat it anyway (very small portions) - also I battle to swallow scrambled egg - I love fried or poached, but scrambled is the pits - memories of childhood when mother used to pour cold tomato ketchup over hot scrambled eggs - gross!!! Still, I'll eat it with my face pulled with distaste.

I'll eat just about any meat, except fatty mince - has to be extra lean. Chicken, turkey, and any / every fish / shellfish will be wonderful thank you, but not anything slimy or snotty! Fruit and veggies are good too and will eat most although I don't do flick flacks about brussel sprouts.
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby carinna » Thu Sep 25, 2008 7:57 am

Cauliflower. :(
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby Shalimar » Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:41 am

I'd go with the Kangaroo, I just can't do it :D .
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby Butterfly_Dawn » Sun Sep 28, 2008 2:30 pm

What's wrong with brussel sprouts??? Love em!!! And salad??? I think you guys just haven't had it made properly. Just ask the bloke, I can even make spinach taste good... and he hates spinach :wink: Growing up in a veg household you learn how to make vegies 'properly'. The only veg I'm not overly keen on is beans (green), but I eat them.

But I agree on the offal thing. Errrggghhh. It's bad enough cutting up liver for the dog. Stinky poo. That organ filters bad stuff out of blood people!! Yuck.
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Re: What food to you know you should eat....but just can't?

Postby cherricola » Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:41 pm

I'll eat most things bar a few exceptions;

* cauliflower - give me broccoli anyday - BUT has anyone tried that Broccoflower stuff? What's it like??
* tomato (raw in salads etc, I'll eat it IN stuff, but not ON stuff)
* beetroot - I cannot stand the texture of it
* like most others here - offal YUK!!
* natural yogurt - makes me queazy

That's about all I can think of off the top of my head!!
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