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01-11-2012, 08:10 PM
RE: Things I will never eat again
(01-11-2012 06:43 PM)Chas Wrote:  
(01-11-2012 06:37 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:  Hell no, that shit's delicious. ManlyGirl makes sure I eat it at least once a day. Big Grin

She has conditioned you to think it's delicious. It's not, really.

I never said it wasn't an acquired taste. Big Grin

(01-11-2012 07:08 PM)k37713 Wrote:  Liver of any persuasion.. cooked any way.. BLUCK

It's delicious with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.

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01-11-2012, 08:10 PM
RE: Things I will never eat again
(01-11-2012 07:08 PM)k37713 Wrote:  Liver of any persuasion.. cooked any way.. BLUCK

I used to LOVE liver pâté sandwiches, they would be a treat. Blech! Now if I sniff one, let alone eat, it's like a blood/iron sandwich- ewww!
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04-11-2012, 06:38 AM
RE: Things I will never eat again
Liver - Apparently I'm unable to eat it without vomiting it back up 12 hours later. No matter how many times I try; my body stubbornly rejects it.

Crab - God I love crab. A big juicy slab of it dipped in melted butter? *Swoons* There is a god! Unfortunately, he's a cheeky bastard who made me allergic to it. I now have a choice: abstain from crab and be happy, or indulge in crab at the expense of having my bowels liquified for the next 6 hours as sweat pours from my brow and my abdomen feels as though a cluster of knives is passing through it. Probably best if I just never eat it again.

Vegetables - Because who needs all that noise?

Big Mac - Simply because I'm stronger than that...

...I think.

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04-11-2012, 08:08 AM
RE: Things I will never eat again
My favorite meal was in Italy with a cuttlefish in ink sauce over a rissotto. I've ate a lot of things and it's hard to say what I wouldn't eat again....

damn... you know the only thing I ever had a serious issue with was coconuts and I forced myself past that. gonna need to fill my diet with more game to find something I wouldnt eat again. Maybe a woodpecker or possum those ones sound pretty bad =p Squirrel I really want to try not deep fried. It was cooked after the turkey legs so it just tasted like turkey with a different texture.

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04-11-2012, 07:47 PM
RE: Things I will never eat again
In no particular order:

Menudo, the famous Mexican tripe soup. Calling it slimy is being kind. It has legendary curative properties for those who have over-indulged in alcohol the night before. In this case, the cure is worse than the disease.

Mutton bird. Also known as the sooty shearwater. Used in New Zealand for food--mainly, I believe, by the Maori. Think tough chicken tasting of rotten fish and oozing oil.

An anchovy sandwich. Ordered by me as a young kid in a New York deli when my parents said, "Get whatever you want." I thought an anchovy sandwich sounded adult and daring. In typical over-the-top NY deli style, the anchovy filling was an inch thick. It was like half a cup of salt in my mouth. Of course I had to finish it, smiling, to save face.

Sea cucumber, mistakenly ordered in a Chinese restaurant. You don't want to know.

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04-11-2012, 10:14 PM
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Quail Egg Sushi - Rice/seaweed wrapped around raw quail egg and topped with caviar. Imagine swallowing a ball of snot about half the size of your fist. I came so very close to puking it up on the table.

In flight breakfast eggs. God I was starving, flew from Kuwait to Rammstein early (nothing to eat in Kuwait), but the restaurants were not open yet in Germany. Then on a LONG flight from Germany to DC...the eggs were so disgusting I decided that fasting was a better option. In DC I had a delicious meal and a few beers compliments of a wealthy woman who was quite sweet ;D

Seaweed. I cannot fathom how my Asian friends liked this shit. Tastes terrible, I don't care what you say.

Low Sodium V8- Despite claims does NOT taste great.

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04-11-2012, 10:22 PM
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Accidentally grabbed low sodium V-8 once....that was nasty...adding salt helped a bit but not much.

Other than that, I am not a very adventurous diner, so my experience with things I won't eat again are few.

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05-11-2012, 02:12 AM
RE: Things I will never eat again
Part 2:

(Guess I've eaten a lot of weird shit in my time!)

My mother's organ meat stew. A dish of Eastern European origin for those of modest means, made with beef heart, lung, and pancreas, which were much cheaper than other meats. I ate it more than once as a kid. Not sure I could stomach it as an adult.

Afghani "sand bread" and "soft-boiled eggs." On a visit to Herat, Afghanistan, in 1976, breakfast at our hotel consisted of (1) bread that actually seemed to have been baked with sand as an ingredient, and (2) "soft-boiled eggs" that were "cooked" by placing a couple of raw eggs (still in the shell) in a dish and pouring hot water over them. Quite the way to start the day.

Sea turtle eggs. They look like leathery, flexible ping pong balls. Once they're boiled, you create a small hole with your teeth and suck out the contents. I tried them in Malaysia, in the mid-60s. And they were totally delicious! The reason I wouldn't eat them again is that I was too clueless at the time to realize I was eating the eggs of an endangered species. Live and learn.

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06-11-2012, 12:23 AM
RE: Things I will never eat again
(05-11-2012 02:12 AM)cufflink Wrote:  Part 2:

(Guess I've eaten a lot of weird shit in my time!)

My mother's organ meat stew. A dish of Eastern European origin for those of modest means, made with beef heart, lung, and pancreas, which were much cheaper than other meats. I ate it more than once as a kid. Not sure I could stomach it as an adult.

Afghani "sand bread" and "soft-boiled eggs." On a visit to Herat, Afghanistan, in 1976, breakfast at our hotel consisted of (1) bread that actually seemed to have been baked with sand as an ingredient, and (2) "soft-boiled eggs" that were "cooked" by placing a couple of raw eggs (still in the shell) in a dish and pouring hot water over them. Quite the way to start the day.

Sea turtle eggs. They look like leathery, flexible ping pong balls. Once they're boiled, you create a small hole with your teeth and suck out the contents. I tried them in Malaysia, in the mid-60s. And they were totally delicious! The reason I wouldn't eat them again is that I was too clueless at the time to realize I was eating the eggs of an endangered species. Live and learn.
My hat's off to you, Cufflink. You are one adventurous fellow Smile Fantastic stuff!

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22-02-2013, 12:26 AM
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I don't know if any of you guys have tried them, but Lay's has Chicken and Waffles chips for a while. They taste like syrup and Ramen noodles.

Hot dogs. I hate the texture and the taste.

Anything from McDonald's. Last time I got food, EVERYTHING tasted like grease. Even the cola was greasy.
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