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I would never eat durian ever again. I was scarred from when I was a kid.
I tried the tinned type, because my mum convinced me it was egg! D: It was horrible... and I still don't like it.
I would never eat scrapple or any mystery meats.
That's what immediately came to my mind:
Just don't understand why it has to be that cruel (1st video).
And the frog thing is sick but looks kinda funny ^^
I normally don't say that I won't eat or at least taste food. But this is just over the top.
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I've just looked at those videos and while I'm not soft on animals or 'offended' by seeing animals suffer, you still wonder why he doesn't just kill the fish first if it would be easier for himself. Pointless cruelty is pointless, and ergo doesn't make sense, it doesn't even give himself sadistic pleasure it just makes his life harder.
The frog in the second video appears dead even if it's heart is beating because it's fresh, but items like 'lizard sake' are probably not a part of traditional Japanese cuisine.
I can't eat sushi or raw seafood in general. Blech!
my friend recently made this "health" drink for me. it taste horrible, but the end results are fabulous on the body.
guaranteed to make you feel superhuman / bankai style.
the drink includes the following ingredients:
add 1/2 cup of orange juice and water and blend together into a nice drink.
IF YOU DARE TRY THIS, ENJOY.
I can't eat cauliflower in cooked form, raw yes, but not cooked it stems from having left it in a thermos far to long and my loving mother making me smell the decomposing thing to this day as soon as I smell cooked cauliflower I gag.
Special Thee, Its black and its creepy is hate it.
Its almost like Omai Rice (t:ed/the horrible rice)
I always find it very hypocritical when people say the couldn't eat a dog or whatever when they eat cute animals such as cows and pigs. I'm a dog lover but I think I'd be willing to try dog meat at least once. As for things I can't eat:
- Rabbit: Once on a school trip to Spain we had lunch at a cafe and we were all forced to eat Rabbit Rice (I think that's what it was called). Thing is the dish was basically just a small portion of rice surrounding a rabbit skeleton with only a teeny tiny bit of flesh. Put me off from ever eating rabbit again.
- Duck: No big reason, I simply dislike Duck meat.
- Oysters, mollusks, shellfish and any seafood excluding fish/octupus/lobster: I've never really understood the appeal of seafood, particularly shellfish. It all just looks disgusting to me.
- Snails: I can't even imagine eating something like a snail...
- Broccoli: I can eat Broccoli but I can't say I'm much of fan. I always complain when I find it in my food, and I loathe the smell.
Other then that I'm pretty open to trying new things. I saw an ad the other day which showed people somewhere in Asia catching bugs, frying them and then eating them. It looked pretty good actually!
Hehe, I have no problem with all 5.
Rabbit is a really good meat when cooked properly. It's low in fat and still has a nice taste.
For seafood, I understand oysters are not everyone taste, it's really particular. The sea snails I guess are like the regular snails, not very appealing. But there are some shellfishs which are very good in taste and look. Of course there is the traditional Belgium Moule frite, but also scallops. You have to be very difficult to not like such delicate seafood.
There are still some manufacturers who still use pig's intestines in sausages. I'm not really a meat eater though of course I do consume some red meat for health reasons.
I don't particularly like anything that makes me feel disgusted. I have tried some food that are uncommonly consumed, like bats, crocodile, rabbit, raw fish, eel. I have tried some fresh worms as well, when I was in South Korea where there were fisherman market and they fished the worms directly from the sea and sold them. As consumers, you put the live worm into your mouth and it will wriggle down your throat, and with your swallowing reflexes, the worm will get into your stomach as you swallow it. It was an interesting and eye-opening experience. It gave a very funny feeling when the worm struggled in your mouth and after the worm has been swallowed, it can still be felt in the throat as if it was stuck in there.