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Worst food ever? (1 Viewer)

Broccoli is about the nastiest thing there is. Just the smell of it makes me shiver. And no, it's not "really good with cheese". 

Actually, most vegetables are nasty, excluding corn, beans, potatoes, onions, peppers, tomatoes. All others=disgusting.

Grandfather used to make us eat fried puffball at Thanksgiving when we were kids. Always a fight, stuff just looked gross.

 
Broccoli is about the nastiest thing there is. Just the smell of it makes me shiver. And no, it's not "really good with cheese". 

Actually, most vegetables are nasty, excluding corn, beans, potatoes, onions, peppers, tomatoes. All others=disgusting.

Grandfather used to make us eat fried puffball at Thanksgiving when we were kids. Always a fight, stuff just looked gross.
I like broccoli if its cooked a bit.  But the fart smells that they make from veggie trays is absolutely awful.

 
Stinky Tofu
I've had it. Not terrible and kinda tasty once you get past the smell.

That casu marzu stuff I won't eat. Oh, and gefilte fish. 

Everything else listed is probably ok, but I won't order sea urchin any more.

One more thing I didn't enjoy was sea cucumber. That was served family style at a restaurant in Xiamin where I was the guest at a meal hosted by a business partner.

 
Add in a scoop of natural peanut butter and a few sliced peaches, put it in the freezer for about 30seconds and it’s amazing.  Sooooooo good
I think you could make a turd sandwich taste good at some point....stand alone value the texture and taste of cottage cheese is god awful...IMO

 
Hah! I knew there was a reason I liked all those!

Really? None of those are vegetables? What are they? Some fruits? Some...?
They are vegetables. Some can also be fruits. Vegetable is a colloquial term. Fruit is a botanical term. 

Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to (act like a jerk and tell people it isn't a vegetable or) put it in fruit salad. 

 
Potatoes aren't a vegetable? Tubers aren't considered vegetables?
basically if you can eat it and it comes from a plant, you can call anything you want a vegetable under parasauropholus' approach, which is right in its own way.

if you're looking at it from the perspective of law, botany, horticulture or nutrition, you get different answers.

our courts made it worse by arbitrarily assigning designations of "fruit" or "vegetable" for the purpose of taxation, which ended up with the US calling a bunch of things vegetables that other countries don't because we wanted to collect more taxes.

 
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I like 90% of the sushi I've tried,  but urchin legit almost made me puke on the spot That gets my vote. 

And whoever said CFA waffle fries.  They are not nasty and not worst, but they are in the running for most overrated.  They're a notch above OK at their best , and half the time they're kinda bad.

 
I’m having a hard time thinking of food I find gross. I can’t do Salmon anymore, but that’s a food poisoning issue from awhile back that tainted it for me, not the food itself.  Celery seems completely useless to me.

 
Cilantro, unless it is overpowered by a lot of avocado in a guacamole mix

Anything so spicy that it overpowers everything else and destroys my taste buds.

 
I've had it. Not terrible and kinda tasty once you get past the smell.

That casu marzu stuff I won't eat. Oh, and gefilte fish. 

Everything else listed is probably ok, but I won't order sea urchin any more.

One more thing I didn't enjoy was sea cucumber. That was served family style at a restaurant in Xiamin where I was the guest at a meal hosted by a business partner.
Confirmed. Sea cucumber is horrifying. 

 
The sea urchin hate is a bit baffling to me
I don’t know.  I eat all manner of sea creatures happily with two exceptions: sea urchin and sea cucumber. Texture and flavor both really put me off. I don’t mind so much if it’s a flavor that’s part of a dish, but if I get the texture of sea urchin with the flavor, I definitely won’t enjoy it. 

 
basically if you can eat it and it comes from a plant, you can call anything you want a vegetable under parasauropholus' approach, which is right in its own way.

if you're looking at it from the perspective of law, botany, horticulture or nutrition, you get different answers.

our courts made it worse by arbitrarily assigning designations of "fruit" or "vegetable" for the purpose of taxation, which ended up with the US calling a bunch of things vegetables that other countries don't because we wanted to collect more taxes.
far out

 
I almost always get liver when I see it on a menu because so few places have it and I'm the rare weirdo who loves it.  My wife thinks I'm disgusting when I order it.
It probably is one of those things that if you like it, you should get it somewhere that has it and does it well.

 
I literally like all foods. I have not found anything that I dislike. Sure, there’s probably some odd thing out there that I won’t like. But there are no relatively mainstream foods that I dislike, and in fact, I actually really like most things.

Liver, sea urchin, eggs, all cheeses, any sushi, spicy stuff, I like it all.

 
I literally like all foods. I have not found anything that I dislike. Sure, there’s probably some odd thing out there that I won’t like. But there are no relatively mainstream foods that I dislike, and in fact, I actually really like most things.

Liver, sea urchin, eggs, all cheeses, any sushi, spicy stuff, I like it all.
Monkey brains?

 
I think that falls under the “odd thing” category, but I’d definitely give them a try if given the opportunity.
Okay, yeah you guys are more traveled than I so i dont know what is odd, plus ive only seen that on some old Indiana Jones movie amd didn't even know if it was real.

 
I just looked up casu marzu. I want to know what sort of person is willing to eat food with live insect larvae just crawling around on the food.

 

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