Hot dogs. The bland taste of the tough breadroll, the salty taste of nothing of the sausage... The mustard doesn't help. When I was in New York I decided to find out why Americans love hot dogs. Still don't know. Tastes like a full stomach for the heck of it.
Cake of any kind, really, except ice cream cake. There's just something about the fact that most cake has too much icing that bothers me. Also I'm not too keen about the bread in it. I feel like throwing up if I even have to eat only 2 fork-fulls of cake.
Also, just a family thing: Beans. Their texture is disgusting and so is the taste. Ech.
Milk, natural yoghurt etc. Anything too milky. I only have my milk with cereal, although limit it strictly (or just eat those with a fruit yogurt instead). Also, recently I have been not so fond of raw cheese. It has to be grilled, or melted or something among those lines.
Fish is just gross and I don't even eat it. Not even fish sticks. Tuna is just like cat food and it smells bad. Mushrooms taste rubbery and look nasty when cooked. And then onions are just gross they smell and are just gross. I don't know why I don't like them, I can't explain it. I think I just have texture issues.
I have lots of other stuff I don't like either, but most of them are cause of taste. These four things I can't stand and will try not eating them.
DevilKid-chanFeatured By OwnerJan 10, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
I'm not keen on cheesecake either. If it isn't too rich and I like the base it can be okay, but otherwise I don't like it much. I can tolerate it if it's given to me, but given the choice, I wouldn't order it for dessert at a restaurant.
My commonly enjoyed food is meat, because I am a vegetarian. A friend of mine keeps trying to get me to try bacon, but I hate the smell of it for some reason (and I don't like vegetarian bacon either, so what's the point?).
No love for pork either. I am acctually slowly converting myself into a vegetarian, atm I limit myself to poultry and fish and don't feel any difference... probably because I have never eaten much meat anyways.
Vegan for a year sounds like an interesting thing. I'd love to try, but I don't think it would be good at the moment, due to my age development and all this stuff. But I might acctually do that in the future.