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What food do you hate the most? And why? Do brussel sprouts make you hurl? Can't stand the pea? Think baked-beans are the work of satan? Tell us, and tell us now.

(, Mon 12 Jul 2004, 10:51)
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....especially when eaten with a pound of grapes and a half pound of cherries.

I've bought shares in Andrex and my chocolate starfish has melted due to the friction of the seeds.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 9:17, Reply)
I accidentally ate rat meat in China...
There are all these little carts outside bars in Chengdu, Sichuan that cook meat on skewers. Long story short, I rolled out of a bar at 3 in the morning and it smelled pretty good so I grabbed a few and wolfed them down (I couldn't really taste anything at that stage of the night). A couple of days later I was talking to some other backpackers about how great these little carts were. Cue conversation:

Backpacker: "Did the meat have tiny little bones in it?"

Me: "Yeah, why?"

Backpacker: "It was rat meat."
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 8:29, Reply)
Dairy Queen
I'm sure I once had a curry flavoured ice cream in Dairy Queen (it was supposed to be vanilla)in America, and since have not been back - foul foul foul - I felt like shite for the rest of the day as well. I suspect now that it may have been 'off'. Also as below, I have had fried dog meat in Beijing, never again. I just kept picturing little puppies as i ate it.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 6:27, Reply)
What ever it is, make sure it's dead before you eat it
I was taken out to lunch on my birthday in Beijing by a client once. They ordered up this lobster (I bloody love lobster) which was delivered to the table apparantly raw, with the meat striped and presented laying across said lob's shelled back. Tasted great until I realised that the feeling I had of being watched wasn't entirely psychosamatic. The fucking thing was still alive and looking at me; WHILE I ATE IT. Put me right off that did. I would have gagged immediately but the kind people who took me for lunch would probably have taken offense before realising why I had turned my stomach inside out on the table and then patting my head saying things like "poor Lao Wai" and then spending the next 10 years laughing with their mates about how the big nose couldn't hack the lobster.

Have since got over live food phobia (life in asia demands it...)

Right, I'm off to eat a baby
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 5:24, Reply)
I liked beer the first time I tasted it.
In fact, I'm pretty sure I'ven't tasted it more than four or five times. I'm fourteen years old, by the way.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 5:08, Reply)
I inadvertently ate a slug when I was a little kid...
I hate them and mushrooms passionately; somehow they seem to go together perfectly
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 5:03, Reply)
My ex g/f tried to serve be a baked potato covered with a mix of the above. Smelled like vomit, made me vomit. I know it is cheese savoury, I can handle Greggs version but this was awful.

Apologies for length. Long live sprouts!!
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 4:59, Reply)
be afraid.
My mother informs me she had just served up a watermelon curry to my father. I imagine he is quite an angry man at the moment.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 3:55, Reply)
Tomatoes. Pure evil. They're everywhere, and I hate them.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 1:45, Reply)
Ok I know most of you will be surprised about that, but for me it's a special case.

Go back ten years and you'll see three kids in the 16 year old range, drinking in the local park somewhere in the arse of Britain. (Brum)

Cue to later in the evening and you'll see two of them shagging as they have had a little bit too much to drink. (one was a girl) Zoom in on the one still sitting on the bench, he's guzzled two litres of vodka in a huff about not getting the shagging. Time to go home he thinks, stands up and promptly falls on top of the shaggers as his legs have stopped working. He then has to be carried the two miles home by the coitally interrupted. Said vodka drinker then suffers from a permanent hangover for THREE WEEKS!

So whenever I think about vodka I remember that and feel a little ill.

Annoying thing is I can remember that but not the conversation I apparently had with a pretty nurse we met on the way home :(
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 1:40, Reply)
Ack! I just remembered - African food
My wife Memory is Zimbabwean. She's very slim, dark and beautiful and possesses many excellent qualities not least of which is her cooking skill, but some of the things that she considers "food" are really quite rank to my frozen and microwaved British palate. Some stuff is merely a bit unusual but easily available here like pigs trotters or ox-tail (ox-tail is very tasty). Other stuff however is frankly bizarre.

Mice anyone? And I mean whole mice as a snack, bones and all. You can spit the teeth out if you want.

You know those massive fat wichity grubs they had to eat on "I'm a celebrity, get me outta here!"? Yep, not quite the same but something similar in black.

And between us, nothing in a chicken need go to waste. The only bit she doesn't like is the meat! Feet, head, giblets and wings are all fair game.

There's lots of nice food aswell and in fairness British cuisine is hardly great. I strongly suspect that her and her mum just enjoy grossing me out with some of these things though. Evil witches.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 1:34, Reply)
*ALL* seafood - if it lives underwater I want nothing to do with it, in the same way I wouldn't eat stuff from other planets. It's all so bloody weird!

And sweetcorn - tastes of fuck all and reappears at the other end unchanged, why bother?

And liquorice - just tastes damn nasty. It's plain wrong to sell that stuff in sweetshops as it's clearly devil's toejam.

And marmite - for similar reasons.

And liver/kidneys - what does that bit do again? Oh right. I'll not be wanting to eat that then.

There's probably lots of other stuff I hate aswell but I'm grown up now so I'm allowed.

I love my length and I'm not sorry.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 0:57, Reply)
Young People Today... Tut...
I don't get it. I like all these foods! I think you are all far too fussy. Didn't your parents ever force you to eat these things so much that you learnt to like them?

I mean, no one EVER likes beer the first time they taste it...

While on that subject, Malibu is Satan's piss, and anyone who drinks it should be shot. Many times.
(, Fri 16 Jul 2004, 0:49, Reply)
also in nz
pinky bars - pink and acrid
chocolate fish - pinky with a thin coating of fake chocolate
cheerios - small bright red sausages made of rubber (except when you are very drunk you can eat about 400,then have hideous next day burps in much the same way at the great british donner).
fairy bread - cheap margarine on cheaper white bread with hundreds and thousands pressed into it!
precooked sausages with chunks of processed cheese in them.
hot dogs - which are actually batter covered precooked sausages on a lollipop stick, bleurgh.

no wonder the biggest cause of death here is bowel cancer.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 23:45, Reply)
...I have no idea. They taste of mushy sawdust used to clean up vomit on a nasty old train that tramps use as a toilet. They don't even taste like beans! They're stored in a minging sauce that looks and tastes like something a tourist would poo out after drinking Mexican water. I cannot even touch the foul seepage that Heinz calls food.

Also McDonalds but that's not so much food as compressed wasteage bits.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 23:37, Reply)
anything that makes the back of your nose hurt
- celery
- horesradish sauce
- wasabi
- marzipan

Marzipan is minging, why ruin a perfectly good cake by wrapping in thick yellow cyanide!!!!
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 23:21, Reply)
White sauce!
I mean really. The most descriptive thing you can say about it is that is white, so is spunk.

My ex girlfriends mum used to smear it on everything *shudder*

The ingredients butter, milk, salt & flour. I swear the more I type the more it sounds like 'man paste'.

I'm off to scrape my tongue in penance.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 23:13, Reply)
Oh, I must mention this!
This a story my dad told me.

He sat with his mum and dad when he was 13 or so was pushing liver around his plate. He didn't eat it.

Eventually, his mum asked why he wasn't eating it. His response was 'i don't like liver'.

Then his dad butted in with 'i don't like liver either'.

Then his mum responded with 'i don't like it either'.

My dad couldn't hold in the anger and shouted out 'THEN WHY THE FUCK ARE WE EATING IT!'

His mum and dad's responce was nothing more than 'it's good for you' and getting grounded for his bad language.

Good for you? GOOD FOR YOU? Not only does it piss abuot with your brain after the mental damage caused when you force-feed yourself the crap but take a look at this!

(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 22:33, Reply)
Yeah, I heard bout that. The meat dish with added bile and piss. The chefs must drink a lot in Sudan so they can piss on everyone's dinner eh? Maybe that's why it's such a dried up country...

Did that come from, 'Bart Simpson's Guide To Life'? Speaking of which, have you read the bit about names for horrible food. How 'melt' is the more appetising word for 'spleen'. Please don't remind me of headcheese. I'm gonna barf now.

P.S. I dare you to search for 'headcheese' on google images! it's a loaf of meat made from hogs. But it's taken from very strange places of the hog....
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 22:25, Reply)
White Chicken Chili makes me hurl. I had some in a restaurant and became violently ill immediatly. projectile vomit and all... nowadays all i have to do is imagine that vile stuff and get queasy..
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 22:09, Reply)
is the root of all evil. I don't simply dislike it, I have a genuine fear of the stuff. The mere sight of it makes me want to vomit, and don't get me started on the smell (some say it doesn't have a smell, but it does to me). I don't really know why I have this fear, but it has led to some unfortunate incidents. Like the time my boyfriend's mum served up pasta on a bed of spinach leaves for dinner. I broke out in a cold sweat when the bowl was put in front of me.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 21:55, Reply)
All very imaginative but...
The worst has to be a dish I heard of called Harrarra. It is raw hamburger seasoned with urine and bile. Anything made out of raw hamburger has to take the prize in my case. I know about cattle farming practises and there is no need to add any bodily fluids to something that is probably contaminated anyway. Steak Tartar is almost as bad, raw hamburger with a raw egg on top. Bad and wrong.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 21:45, Reply)
Carnation milk
is bloody excellent if you are making custard with it. One third Carnation, the rest normal milk; Yum!

Tuna tastes much better when drowned in Worcestershire sauce

Anyway, here is some nasty stuff.

1. Root Beer. This stuff tastes like something you would rub on the outside of a horse that is suffering from muscle strain.

2. Tripe and Cow-heel. Both mentioned seperately but, when combined, truly the most sickening, stinking obnoxious piles of wobbling white shit ever to disgrace a dining table. Not even suited for dogs.

3. All American chocolate. I live here and it truly is the most appalling waste of decent cocoa beans ever. The taste of wax with the consistency of grit. Watch an American's face as he tastes a real Malteser for the first time; the revelation that chocolate is actually damned good.

4. Butter beans. I love most veggies, but these things are the devil's gonads.

5. Most japanese food. Simply horrible. You can keep your fancy, yuppie sushi bars thanks. If I want to eat raw sea creatures I'll transmute myself into a shark. Even then I would never eat sea cucumber.

6. Norwegian Christmas dinner. Seems to consist of varieties of wobbly lumps of different kinds of fat. At least it saves family arguments at christmas; everybody agrees that the food is shit.

There are others, but I have just eaten my lunch and really don't facncy regurgitating it.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 20:59, Reply)
Ahh food
Theres not that much food I dislike. The exceptions are olives, anchovies, parsnips, turnips and ham and pineapple pizza.

But the worst meal I've ever had was a Quattro Formagii(or Four Cheeses) pizza in Barcelona. Now, I like these sorts of pizzas, and in Britain, and in Italy, they taste fantastic. This is because they know to not add cheeses which taste like they've been amoulding since the Hundred Years War, and look like the Dugats black, cancer-filled bile. The taste...actually makes me want to vomit right now.

Also, I was staying with a German friend in Germany, and we couldn't go shopping because the shelves were filled with shitty sausages filled with cashew nuts, mints and asparagus.
We spent a week subsisting on these sausages, and these chocolates which were flavoured with raspberry and pepper. Needless to say, all of us (except the Germans, used to eating such shite) were feeling incredibly ill by the end.

The best food of all? Trifle. Made with a lovely strawberry swiss roll, lashings of cream and custard, and succulent peaches and grapes. Beauty.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 20:44, Reply)
mouldy babies taste rancid. This one time I took one outta my black bin liner full of babies, and when I bit into it it splashed maggoty bile into my face, and the skin was all stringy like mozarella and got caught in my teeth.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 20:29, Reply)
Worlds' least found food (slight variation on the theme)...
Squash (as in the 'dilute to taste' concentrate you mix with water, like "Robinsons") Oh why the f**k do they not sell it here? Kool-Aid is the only solution to this problem (pun not intended) and it's powdered crap like that Apeel stuff if anyone remembers that. Now, just in case anyone thinks I'm being anti-American, Germany is just as bad in terms of the lack of squash but at least their beer makes up for it...yes US domestic beer is like gnats piss*

*yes I would sod off home but you pay me too much ;-)

Edit: re: the post below, I always thought Carnation Milk was ok, but it's been ages since I had it.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 19:44, Reply)
Ever since this thread was put here, i've been realising how much food i don't like!

My bruv tells me he doesn't like Carnation evaporated milk. Has anyone ever had it? It's like single cream in a tin, but it's a bit sour. I think it's an OK substitute for cream, but he hates it.

Has anyone here ever tried it?
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 19:33, Reply)
So many to choose from
but its gunna have to be mushrooms, its like eating warm undercooked slugs
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 18:49, Reply)
just the sight of then makes me and my dad feel queesy, a little while ago we started noticing the skins in our shed, so my dad devised a trap to catch the culprit, he wired up a buzzer that went off in his bedroom when someone entered the shed, the next day my dad discovered teh paperboy having his morning banana in the shed, it think he quit that day, wasnt a good day for me, i got beaten up by an ice cream man because i didnt believe he had sold out, my mother caught me jerking off into a tea cup and someone told me i was going to hell

no appologies for length as i am quite proud of it
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 18:40, Reply)
Salisbury Steak
This is the worst thing you could do to meat. It's bad enough in it's usual frowzen tv dinner form, or with the rest of the glop they try to feed you in the school cafeteria. It's even worse when someone tries to make them at home, with burger patties and nasty gravy.
(, Thu 15 Jul 2004, 18:10, Reply)

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