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Do you eat things you don't like?

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Created October 23, 2011 at 6:20 PM

There are several things I don't really like : fish (I just don't understand why I don't love any kind of fish, though I still gotta try salmon), the texture of liver (the taste is okay), cayenne pepper, ... Unfortunately, every time I eat cod I'm in a better mood, and my skin improves.

Even though I don't like those foods, I force myself to eat them regularly. For the past 4 days I ate fish every evening. I never ate that much fish in my life. I'm being an orthorexic for sure, but I don't consider that to be a disease, it's just a freakish desire for a life of the highest possible quality (and aren't we all freaks?).

I do notice I now like foods with a good taste even more. How many of you do this?

76026e8ef496039d5075440ff731aa0d

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on May 05, 2012
at 03:46 AM

It can take anywhere from 2-3 weeks (sometimes longer) for your taste buds to change...so keep moving at the pace you're moving and you might find you'll actually start to crave it..Now if I could just convince my taste buds that broccoli is NOT a demon weed...hmmmmm Truth.

421492f8989c426af583520a3d5fd136

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on October 25, 2011
at 08:05 PM

@ Ali, I'm with you in the 'want to eat more organ meats' boat. In fact for me it's more I want to eat organs full stop. I've been Paleo for almost 10 months and haven't so much as looked at organ meats - Trying to psych myself up to buy some this weekend! I bought a slow cooker on Sunday so am excited about creating new dishes.

Cc7381bd787721575ea9198048132adb

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on October 25, 2011
at 07:45 PM

Have burger meat mixed and ready for the cast iron skillet as I type this. 2 lbs beef + .5 lb liver gets me 6 or 7 burgers. Mmm mmmmm.

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

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on October 25, 2011
at 06:52 PM

Great idea! I've done it with soups, but not hamburger meat

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

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on October 25, 2011
at 06:49 PM

@Mashanshell, I have found a recipe that sounds a lot like what you describe that I'm planning to try! I have never had a problem with most veggies, actually, I just like variety. The liver, though, I really want to eat more organ meats. 8)

Cc7381bd787721575ea9198048132adb

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on October 25, 2011
at 03:21 AM

I grind it up in my magic bullet so it's liquidy and mix it in, usually a pound in my chili and use it at around 1:4 with ground beef for burgers. Can't ever taste it ;)

Cc49234f065a33c763ab09fa234d08eb

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on October 25, 2011
at 02:43 AM

Good thinking. I should try that.

Cc49234f065a33c763ab09fa234d08eb

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on October 25, 2011
at 02:40 AM

I can't eat beets. They just taste like dirt to me. I do try them about once a year but I'm still voting no on them. Blegh!

3cc6c371d2482e98d1f4e69329399493

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on October 24, 2011
at 11:59 PM

You could do it like the squid salad they serve at some sushi places. http://www.instructables.com/id/Thai-Squid-Salad/

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

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on October 24, 2011
at 08:06 PM

Oh, I did find that many things I disliked as a kid became favorites after puberty--onions, mushrooms, broccoli, etc.

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on October 24, 2011
at 08:05 PM

With most vegetables I had no natural taste for them; I developed the habit of using meat broths to cook veggies and that helped but I still prefer them with butter. Restaurant veggies without animal fat tend to be on my plate when I quit eating.

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on October 24, 2011
at 08:02 PM

Nope, I don't eat anything I don't like but maybe that's because I tend to have strong reactions. I don't dislike many foods, but when I do I HATE them to the point of feeling queasy. For example, cottage cheese tastes like spoiled food to me. Milk itself tastes awful and cream only tastes good as a very minor ingredient.

Ed92809f18ca70e360768b4f2c9c9df6

(356)

on October 24, 2011
at 07:54 PM

straight, with hot sauce. it's the college life =)

421492f8989c426af583520a3d5fd136

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:07 PM

@Ali... Brussels sprouts really aren't the most wonderful/exciting vegetable in the world BUT they are super delicious if you chop them up and saute in coconut oil with some diced slices of bacon, maybe a little salt and pepper to taste. Bits of the sprouts get nicely browned and crispy... Yum! It might convert you to a brussels sprouts fan - It certainly did me! :)

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

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on October 24, 2011
at 05:40 PM

YAY I tried liver again today and I seem to like it more and more. I feel so cool when I eat it :).

F1b39d4f620876330312f4925bd51900

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on October 24, 2011
at 03:42 PM

Any advice on using those cans of Salmon? I made salmon cakes but am already sick of them, and my other experiments went in the trash.

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:47 AM

Never heard of sashimi, will look for that. @Matthew I've always hated fish for some reason, but I think I can adapt, yes. I'll have to try and try until it works, as I'd rather have real omega 3 than getting all of it from a bottle of cod liver oil.

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:44 AM

Agreed : if you don't eat whole foods your taste is manipulated.

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:40 AM

I'm with Melissa too, my tastebuds really don't make sense. My cravings make sense though. But I do listen to my cravings when I have them.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on October 24, 2011
at 06:40 AM

Nice Melissa....

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on October 24, 2011
at 03:05 AM

Never tried cooking it myself

3846a3b61bc9051e4baebdef62e58c52

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on October 24, 2011
at 02:58 AM

No use going into the aversion issues this presents in the brain and why...we know it works!

1d0497f8781845ab371b479455bfee8e

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on October 24, 2011
at 02:30 AM

I feel the same way about Cool Ranch Doritos. Bleagh. Being seasick in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico while on a fishing trip with my dad and his friends. 'Twas the great un-ranching of 1989. Chum for the sharks!

F92e4ca55291c3f3096a3d4d3d854986

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on October 24, 2011
at 01:37 AM

I like fish, but I hate canned tuna and salmon, even the high-end stuff. Once in a while I'll forget that I hate it, and I'll see it on sale or something, so I buy some and eat it and then remember all over again how much I hate it, and promise I'm never going to make myself eat it again. I think I need to tattoo it on my grocery-selecting hand so I remember.

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 24, 2011
at 12:32 AM

I actually really really like octopus, but I've only had it in restaurants. I had some that tasted like it had been marinaded and then grilled and it was GOOOOOOD.

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on October 23, 2011
at 10:05 PM

nice buy!!!!!!!

B4e1fa6a8cf43d2b69d97a99dfca262c

(10255)

on October 23, 2011
at 10:04 PM

how do you cook your tongue?

B4e1fa6a8cf43d2b69d97a99dfca262c

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on October 23, 2011
at 10:00 PM

A is so right...try sashimi

8d454fc50d6d58643d6f8b0d1e7ea8ea

(2830)

on October 23, 2011
at 08:30 PM

I made some beef liver out of either the Chez Panisse or Odd Bits cookbook that I was able to enjoy until I was about 3/4 of the way through it (which is a big success for me)

8d454fc50d6d58643d6f8b0d1e7ea8ea

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on October 23, 2011
at 08:29 PM

I'm with Melissa - would live of cheese & crackers if I followed my yens. And I have cured taste aversions via repeated tastes (sardines, liver) to the point that I now *like* them.

8d454fc50d6d58643d6f8b0d1e7ea8ea

(2830)

on October 23, 2011
at 08:27 PM

I have successfully cured my utter aversion to sardines.

1d9af5db8833413037be3ac48964714f

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on October 23, 2011
at 08:22 PM

I've had liver in restaurants that I liked (not loved) but have yet to do better than a mediocre job cooking it myself.

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 07:48 PM

I disagree. My tastebuds were shaped by a deficient diet growing up. They know nothing.

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:29 PM

I can't figure out what this was down-voted. I didn't feel like the poster was saying to eat *anything* (read: junk food) your body likes, but just not to force down things you don't like. I agree. I'd never force myself (or anyone else) to eat something they truly hated. Give it a try--and try it again once in a while--but force yourself to eat something you find repulsive? Bad idea.

13a44ea00b0c9af0b6d0f3d5f5c2cfca

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:25 PM

I can't stand beef liver. I've never liked it no matter how it was prepared. However, I like chicken liver so I eat that instead.

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 07:22 PM

If I listened to mine I'd only eat cheese and crackers :)

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 07:22 PM

I love the raw marinated liver at this restaurant called Takashi, but I can never get it right when I try. Mine ends up tasting and feeling like how I imagine leeches taste.

B9cc28905ec54389c47cde031d709703

on October 23, 2011
at 07:09 PM

Melissa have you ever tried eating little bits of liver raw? Besides occasional yolks liver to me is one thing I like better raw.

Da3d4a6835c0f5256b2ef829b3ba3393

on October 23, 2011
at 06:51 PM

Liver was one of those things that I HATED as a kid but found that I actually liked when I re-introduced it into my diet after all these years.

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on October 23, 2011
at 06:38 PM

Do you ever find yourself liking things you used to dislike after making yourself eat them for a while?

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on October 23, 2011
at 06:25 PM

Have you tried fish as sushi/sashimi instead of cooked? I -HATE- cooked fish, but I can eat the heck out of sushi. Somehow it tastes less... fishy. Go figure.

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7
19ba72a662a871cb6394dc69c27f3d4e

(408)

on October 23, 2011
at 07:16 PM

No I wouldn't eat something I don't like, life's too short! What if your body is trying to tell you something? I'm listening to mine!

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 07:22 PM

If I listened to mine I'd only eat cheese and crackers :)

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 07:48 PM

I disagree. My tastebuds were shaped by a deficient diet growing up. They know nothing.

77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on October 24, 2011
at 06:40 AM

Nice Melissa....

13a44ea00b0c9af0b6d0f3d5f5c2cfca

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:29 PM

I can't figure out what this was down-voted. I didn't feel like the poster was saying to eat *anything* (read: junk food) your body likes, but just not to force down things you don't like. I agree. I'd never force myself (or anyone else) to eat something they truly hated. Give it a try--and try it again once in a while--but force yourself to eat something you find repulsive? Bad idea.

B0fe7b5a9a197cd293978150cbd9055f

(8938)

on October 24, 2011
at 07:40 AM

I'm with Melissa too, my tastebuds really don't make sense. My cravings make sense though. But I do listen to my cravings when I have them.

8d454fc50d6d58643d6f8b0d1e7ea8ea

(2830)

on October 23, 2011
at 08:29 PM

I'm with Melissa - would live of cheese & crackers if I followed my yens. And I have cured taste aversions via repeated tastes (sardines, liver) to the point that I now *like* them.

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on October 24, 2011
at 08:02 PM

Nope, I don't eat anything I don't like but maybe that's because I tend to have strong reactions. I don't dislike many foods, but when I do I HATE them to the point of feeling queasy. For example, cottage cheese tastes like spoiled food to me. Milk itself tastes awful and cream only tastes good as a very minor ingredient.

4
Ba20b502cf02b5513ea8c4bb2740d8cb

on October 23, 2011
at 07:37 PM

Technically you can condition your body (and taste buds) to enjoy just about anything.

As a child I hated spinach, now I look forward to my greens.

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13a44ea00b0c9af0b6d0f3d5f5c2cfca

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:24 PM

I don't force myself to eat anything I don't like, but there are very few things I truly, truly hate (peas, beets, beef liver...that's about it).

However, I agree with others who say don't give up just because you don't like it the first time you try it. Tastes change over time and you may come to like something you didn't like in the past.

So, if you like most foods, I wouldn't worry about skipping those you don't like. However, if you are pretty picky and feel like you are missing key nutrients in your diet because of it, I'd definitely recommend reintroducing some of the things you haven't liked in the past every 6-12 months or so.

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Da3d4a6835c0f5256b2ef829b3ba3393

on October 23, 2011
at 06:25 PM

I don't force myself to eat anything that I don't like. Interestingly enough, during my time as a vegan I did eat stuff I didn't like. Know what I learned? I learned that my taste buds change and adapt very quickly. I grew to like stuff that I didn't like at first.

Anyway, I don't eat foods that I don't like but I'm very lucky in that I happen to really, really enjoy real, whole foods. Maybe eating this way for over a year now has helped my taste buds modify to enjoy these things. Don't know.

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on October 23, 2011
at 08:24 PM

I just bought two pounds of baby octopus. Only $3.99, so I had no choice. I can almost guarantee I'll hate 'em, but I gotta try.

B4e1fa6a8cf43d2b69d97a99dfca262c

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on October 23, 2011
at 10:05 PM

nice buy!!!!!!!

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 24, 2011
at 12:32 AM

I actually really really like octopus, but I've only had it in restaurants. I had some that tasted like it had been marinaded and then grilled and it was GOOOOOOD.

3cc6c371d2482e98d1f4e69329399493

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on October 24, 2011
at 11:59 PM

You could do it like the squid salad they serve at some sushi places. http://www.instructables.com/id/Thai-Squid-Salad/

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Cc7381bd787721575ea9198048132adb

on October 24, 2011
at 08:30 PM

Yes. I've tried and tried and tried but I just do not like liver.

On its own...

Which is why I put it in chili and hamburger meat so I can't taste it and still reap the rewards. ;)

Cc7381bd787721575ea9198048132adb

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on October 25, 2011
at 07:45 PM

Have burger meat mixed and ready for the cast iron skillet as I type this. 2 lbs beef + .5 lb liver gets me 6 or 7 burgers. Mmm mmmmm.

Cc7381bd787721575ea9198048132adb

(5541)

on October 25, 2011
at 03:21 AM

I grind it up in my magic bullet so it's liquidy and mix it in, usually a pound in my chili and use it at around 1:4 with ground beef for burgers. Can't ever taste it ;)

Cc49234f065a33c763ab09fa234d08eb

(292)

on October 25, 2011
at 02:43 AM

Good thinking. I should try that.

61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

(2682)

on October 25, 2011
at 06:52 PM

Great idea! I've done it with soups, but not hamburger meat

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Ed92809f18ca70e360768b4f2c9c9df6

(356)

on October 24, 2011
at 12:28 AM

unfortunately, yes. canned salmon stands out as a food i eat for convenience, price, nutrition -- but not taste. the silver lining, though, is that canned salmon has very low food reward for me, so as someone with a history of binge eating disorder, it is quite effective at staving off binges.

F1b39d4f620876330312f4925bd51900

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on October 24, 2011
at 03:42 PM

Any advice on using those cans of Salmon? I made salmon cakes but am already sick of them, and my other experiments went in the trash.

Ed92809f18ca70e360768b4f2c9c9df6

(356)

on October 24, 2011
at 07:54 PM

straight, with hot sauce. it's the college life =)

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3846a3b61bc9051e4baebdef62e58c52

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on October 24, 2011
at 12:08 AM

Unfortunadely I have never encountered a food I dont like.....one exception.....Cotton Candy. Can not stand even the smell. A well established brain dysfunction from my childhood. Hundreds of circular rides lubricated with copious amounts of cotton candy (and maybe a stomach virus) provide the perfect storm for a food aversion that will not be overcome in my lifetime. Other than that I'M GOOD!

1d0497f8781845ab371b479455bfee8e

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on October 24, 2011
at 02:30 AM

I feel the same way about Cool Ranch Doritos. Bleagh. Being seasick in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico while on a fishing trip with my dad and his friends. 'Twas the great un-ranching of 1989. Chum for the sharks!

3846a3b61bc9051e4baebdef62e58c52

(18635)

on October 24, 2011
at 02:58 AM

No use going into the aversion issues this presents in the brain and why...we know it works!

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:44 PM

It wasn't always this way...but there's really no food that I don't enjoy.

I honestly have a hard time coming up with things that I don't enjoy. I think the only thing on the list would have to be tripe, lungand weirdly Vietnamese Pho...but I think that's because all the Pho I've had was crammed full of MSG and burned the crap out of my tongue. Speaking of tongue, I'm working on trying to love it.

I wouldn't force myself to eat things I didn't like, because I know I can survive without lung, tongue and tripe. If I hated oysters or liver, that'd be another story...I don't though, so whew!

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on October 24, 2011
at 03:05 AM

Never tried cooking it myself

B4e1fa6a8cf43d2b69d97a99dfca262c

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on October 23, 2011
at 10:04 PM

how do you cook your tongue?

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9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 06:50 PM

I hated fish when I started out. I remember drowning salmon filets in sauce and eating them quickly by gulping bites down with water. I later learned that I like some fish and particularly I like shellfish. I also prefer raw fish to cooked fish for some reason.

I still kind of hate most liver. I've been to some restaurants where it tastes good, but I can't seem to get it that way. I have to drown it with sauce or gulp it down.

Da3d4a6835c0f5256b2ef829b3ba3393

on October 23, 2011
at 06:51 PM

Liver was one of those things that I HATED as a kid but found that I actually liked when I re-introduced it into my diet after all these years.

9d43f6873107e17ca4d1a5055aa7a2ad

on October 23, 2011
at 07:22 PM

I love the raw marinated liver at this restaurant called Takashi, but I can never get it right when I try. Mine ends up tasting and feeling like how I imagine leeches taste.

1d9af5db8833413037be3ac48964714f

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on October 23, 2011
at 08:22 PM

I've had liver in restaurants that I liked (not loved) but have yet to do better than a mediocre job cooking it myself.

13a44ea00b0c9af0b6d0f3d5f5c2cfca

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:25 PM

I can't stand beef liver. I've never liked it no matter how it was prepared. However, I like chicken liver so I eat that instead.

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on October 23, 2011
at 07:09 PM

Melissa have you ever tried eating little bits of liver raw? Besides occasional yolks liver to me is one thing I like better raw.

8d454fc50d6d58643d6f8b0d1e7ea8ea

(2830)

on October 23, 2011
at 08:30 PM

I made some beef liver out of either the Chez Panisse or Odd Bits cookbook that I was able to enjoy until I was about 3/4 of the way through it (which is a big success for me)

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61b801de5dc345b557cd4623d4a4f26b

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on October 24, 2011
at 06:14 PM

Yes. I try things that I want to eat/like because of their health benefits.

Eventually, after enough "tries," I start to like it. Liver and brussels sprouts are still on my "try" list...it's taking a LONG time to decide those are yummy, lol....

421492f8989c426af583520a3d5fd136

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:07 PM

@Ali... Brussels sprouts really aren't the most wonderful/exciting vegetable in the world BUT they are super delicious if you chop them up and saute in coconut oil with some diced slices of bacon, maybe a little salt and pepper to taste. Bits of the sprouts get nicely browned and crispy... Yum! It might convert you to a brussels sprouts fan - It certainly did me! :)

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on October 24, 2011
at 08:05 PM

With most vegetables I had no natural taste for them; I developed the habit of using meat broths to cook veggies and that helped but I still prefer them with butter. Restaurant veggies without animal fat tend to be on my plate when I quit eating.

96bf58d8c6bd492dc5b8ae46203fe247

(37227)

on October 24, 2011
at 08:06 PM

Oh, I did find that many things I disliked as a kid became favorites after puberty--onions, mushrooms, broccoli, etc.

421492f8989c426af583520a3d5fd136

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on October 25, 2011
at 08:05 PM

@ Ali, I'm with you in the 'want to eat more organ meats' boat. In fact for me it's more I want to eat organs full stop. I've been Paleo for almost 10 months and haven't so much as looked at organ meats - Trying to psych myself up to buy some this weekend! I bought a slow cooker on Sunday so am excited about creating new dishes.

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(2682)

on October 25, 2011
at 06:49 PM

@Mashanshell, I have found a recipe that sounds a lot like what you describe that I'm planning to try! I have never had a problem with most veggies, actually, I just like variety. The liver, though, I really want to eat more organ meats. 8)

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77877f762c40637911396daa19b53094

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on October 24, 2011
at 06:55 AM

Yes.

Many people will go by the taste as the whole determiner of what body needs the most at the moment. While some of it for some people might be true, the whole taste system is trained by your previous exposures. The brain needs some time to connect taste with nutrients. Once it does, you experience what is called the "acquired taste". There is even some rat research testing how deficiencies of some amino acids affect taste but I have trouble finding it now. This is the reason why people generally don't like the taste of food from other countries.

Second, human sensory system can be messed with so generally, eating governed by it may be flawed. Have you ever heard for fanta craving in pregnancy or even switching thirst for hunger. Some 'flavor enhancers' like MSM work by abusing some of the brain pathways that affect taste.

In my life I hated fish, green tea, olives/olive oil, kefir, aspic etc... and I learned to like it. I am still not big fish eater but it doesn't troubles me. Contrary, I can't live without olives and kefir nowdays.

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:44 AM

Agreed : if you don't eat whole foods your taste is manipulated.

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on May 05, 2012
at 01:59 AM

I'm sorry, but you people who don't like fish are just weirdos. :)

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on May 05, 2012
at 01:23 AM

You Should Eat Things You Don't like!Is A Part Of Growing Up!You My Not Like It But It Has To Be Eaten!

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B3c170ceb70087d49f7b7205f837680c

on May 05, 2012
at 01:22 AM

You Should Eat Things You Don't like!Is A Part Of Growing Up!You My Not Like It But It Has To Be Eaten!

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on October 24, 2011
at 07:31 PM

Sadly no...I like everything.

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on October 24, 2011
at 04:31 PM

No, I really don't eat things I don't like. In that regard, bought kale yesterday to use for vegetable variety. Had forgotten how bitter kale is. So added some favorite seasonings (blend of stone ground mustard, horseradish, tomato sauce), added to steamed kale with fresh baby spinach. Yum. Still a hint of core kale taste but in a way that pleased the palette. Otherwise, I choose foods I really enjoy eating. Fortunately, Paleo is very taste + health friendly.

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on October 23, 2011
at 08:46 PM

There are so many ways to prepare fish. Keep trying I'm sure you can find a recipe that you like. I've lost 142 pounds in the past 19 months. I only eat what I like, fortunately I love beef, chicken and fish. If you can't find a fish recipe you like, just eat beef and chicken. There's always fish oil supplements. http://danmoffett.blogspot.com/

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