Foods which you can't understand why people like them
I'm not a picky eater you fucking faggot. Those 5 foods and dick are the only things I won't happily shove down my throat. FUCK tripe, FUCK alfalfa or whatever, and FUUUUUCCCKK YOOOUUUUUUU
Not only because of the flavor but because of the way people talk about them in general. "Hurr durr, have you tried mushrooms made like this?" Yes, i threw up 3 hours later and it tasted like the anus of a 46 year old cambodian man when i ate the mushrooms. "But mushrooms take up the flavor of anything it's incorporated with!" So why do you put them in you fucking cu/ck/ and they do have a taste, a distinctive taste of browneye baka desu senpai.
On anything, in anything. Inedible, instantly fucking inedible.
This is not a hate type of thing, i just don't like it. I can see why some people do, but it's not for me.
Stop eating shitty quality mushrooms.
I only get my fungi from the sweetest asses of transsexual Thai women.
I've consumed both urine and celery, and they taste similar.
I once ate a raw egg from some Korean spa and I'm not Korean but I came with friends so I was like let's pretend to be Korean.
I love Korean fushion food but Jesus once I was eating noodles and I just kinda paused and the cooks came to me and gave me a pair of scissors because I don't have incisors like a fucking Saber to chew their noodles.
Then their fucking eggs. I had one taste and I immediately cringed. I love eggs, but I have no idea how anyone can eat them raw or sunside or whatever. They don't taste bad, I just reject them.
>Exposure, plain and simple. Scientists tell us that aversions fade away when we eat moderate doses of the hated foods at moderate intervals, especially if the food is complex and new to us. (Don't try this with allergies, but don't cheat either: few of us have genuine food allergies.) Exposure works by overcoming our innate neophobia, the omnivore's fear of new foods that balances the biological urge to explore for them. Did you know that babies who are breast-fed will later have less trouble with novel foods than those who are given formula? The variety of flavors that make their way into breast milk from the mother's diet prepares the infant for the culinary surprises that lie ahead. Most parents give up trying novel foods on their weanlings after two or three attempts and then complain to the pediatrician; this may be the most common cause of fussy eaters and finicky adults--of omnivores manqués. Most babies will accept nearly anything after eight or ten tries.
The fish is just such a clean taste that it almost has no flavor compared to tomago or salmon, I haven't been able to try any other type of fish though, but tuna is like only good for sopping up sauces.
Whenever I try a new sushi place the first thing I always order is a tekka maki.
It tells you everything there is to know about the place.
Kale is good in a salad with tahini red wine vinaigrette,pine nuts and pumpkin.
Infact the pine nuts and pumpkin combo is the only time I'll eat it raw and even then, I'll usually microwave it before making the salad just thought to darken it.
It's nice lightly cooked in ommeletes as well. Other than that it's not SUPER versatile or even nutritious compared to other greens. But compared to collards or watercress or even spinach its pretty cheap due to how much of a fad it is so I get it often.
What's up with wings? Literally every recipe I see is breaded, fried and covered in sugary sauce.
My favourite way to have wings is marinated in a light soy and lemon mixture and baked or served with peanut satay sauce. Just because they're finger food doesn't mean they have to be junk food.
They taste pretty good, but eating them without chomping down on the seed itself is a challenge. I just wanted to have a good, relaxing time eating fruit salad, not solve a fucking puzzle using only my mouth
grünkohl mit pinkel is where it's at. fuck those new york hipsters with their tryhard kale salads
They taste like perfume, I can't grasp the fact that anybody legitimately likes them.
>white chocolate and lime cheesecake
missing out dude
RAW FUCKING EGG
bitch u lucky u didn't get horrible food poisoning
This is like an American exclusive problem. Here in Australia raw egg is fine and also theyre stored in or out of the fridge if that means anything yo you. Additionally salmonella is on the shell, not the actual edible part
>not saying cheesecake and mandarin in the same sentance
I'm a Brit, and no I am fairly certain Raw Egg is going to give you horrible salmonella/food poisoning no matter where you live