View Poll Results: Is there anything you refuse to eat?

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    Is there anything you refuse to eat?

    Yes/ no. What? Cheesecake for me.

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    Gravy its nasty and just pointless

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    Kale! I don’t care if it’s the healthiest green. Spinach is way better! (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻

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    I don't like seafood.
    It is the light she longs to find,
    When she delights in learning more.
    Her world is learning; it defines
    The destiny she?s reaching for

    - Marie Curie

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    Carrots. I've never liked them, I don't know why. I just really don't like the texture and they taste peppery to me.
    I'M GONNA FIGHT 'EM ALL
    A SEVEN NATION ARMY COULDN'T HOLD ME BACK.......


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    Nuts covered in chocolate or candy. They instantly make me throw up. I can enjoy either separately, but together and it doesn't end well for anyone. Not really sure why.

    Mint chocolate. It tastes like someone decided that they liked the taste of chocolate after brushing their teeth and decided to make it a thing. It is very much not my thing.

    That's without getting into allergies, of course. If we were to include that, regular cow's milk and gourmet cheese (brie, camembert, etc) go on the list.

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    Carrots. I've never liked them, I don't know why. I just really don't like the texture and they taste peppery to me.
    Have you ever tried honey/ maple/ brown sugar glazed and baked carrots?

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    Sea Food
    The Lovable Irish Rogue

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    Herring. Tried my best, but I turned out not to be Dutch :-)

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    Oat meal is disgusting and yogurt

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    SOY is a tool of the NWO!!!

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    I grew up by the sea so seafood my fave...

    I refuse to eat most non-mainstream cuisines. Bush meats, goat, rabbit, insects, unusual animal body parts like brain or testicle, etc. (Puke).

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