Is there a food or drink that you disliked as a kid that you still won't eat or

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  1. Gypsy48 profile image78
    Gypsy48posted 10 years ago

    Is there a  food or drink that you disliked as a kid that you still won't eat or drink today?

    For me it was milk. I have never liked milk and I don't drink it.

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    DIR-ACTposted 10 years ago

    brussel sprouts, horrible! never liked them, never will.

  3. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 10 years ago

    turnips. i hated them as a kid and i still can't stand them. yukkkkk

  4. cheapsk8chick profile image51
    cheapsk8chickposted 10 years ago

    nightwork, i'm with you on the turnips.  yuck.  i also still don't like liver.  barf-o.

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    Jeanastraposted 10 years ago

    Liver, corned beef hash, creamed cod.  My dad liked odd things and we were forced to eat them.  Oh, forgot the liverwurst!  EWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Les Trois Chenes profile image86
    Les Trois Chenesposted 10 years ago

    Big lumps of liver, the sort we were served up at school. I can eat chicken livers and liver cooked well in France though. I've never been faced with sago pudding since school, but I'm doubtful that I'll like that now. As a child I can remember being faced with a plate of cold brussel sprouts that I wouldn't eat at lunch time, and I vowed that when I have children I'll never make them eat anything the REALLY don't like. Love sprouts now.

  7. profile image57
    rieomposted 10 years ago

    Spinach use to make me gag.  I cooked spinach a few weeks ago and I still cannot stomach it.

  8. C.A. Johnson profile image64
    C.A. Johnsonposted 10 years ago

    Brussel sprouts.

    They a repulsive, slimy, little green things.

  9. GALAXY 59 profile image91
    GALAXY 59posted 10 years ago

    Sprouts, my mother loved them and never missed a chance to serve them up for dinner. I can just about manage to eat a couple but I still don't like them.

  10. HubArticles profile image59
    HubArticlesposted 10 years ago

    Still not a big fan of avocados.

    Although I have managed to develop a taste for some of my least favorites as a kid: tomatoes and olives.

  11. Jarn profile image60
    Jarnposted 10 years ago

    Eggplant. Too bitter. Can't stand the stuff.

  12. haiatto profile image61
    haiattoposted 10 years ago

    Tripe and offal. *shudders* My family all likes it except for me.

    1. Diana Grant profile image97
      Diana Grantposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I love offal, and, of course, it is very cheap because so many people don't fancy it

  13. TinaTango profile image70
    TinaTangoposted 10 years ago

    Yes!  Any juices such as those "jugs" or "barrels" of fruit juice - they are not pleasing for me as well as broccoli, and many other things.  I have a fear of trying new foods so I usually stick to the same diet as i did when I was a kid.

  14. BenWritings profile image67
    BenWritingsposted 10 years ago

    Haha, the only one, is water chestnuts

    They have always disgusted me :]

  15. mikielikie profile image59
    mikielikieposted 10 years ago

    BEETS! Man those things will kill any good mood  I'm in. They are the things that God put on this earth to rub in my face like "HA! I'M GOD AND WHEN YOU ARE 6 YEARS OLD YOUR GRANDMA WILL SHOVE THESE LITTLE BLOOD RED BITES OF BITTER JUSTICE INTO YOUR MOUTH AS EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS LAUGH AT THOSE LITTLE TEARS OF BEET JUICE DRIPPING FROM YOUR MOUTH...HA HA HA."  Yeah. I really don't like beets but, I love you granny.

  16. barbergirl28 profile image77
    barbergirl28posted 10 years ago

    spam... nothing like a piece of unknown type meat covered in jellied fat to make someone want to puke. My mom made it because it was a cheap meal. I couldn't stomach the smell or the taste! YUCK!

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    najiasalman1posted 10 years ago

    Yes, drops of Polio vaccine. I really hated to drink that.

  18. skarup profile image60
    skarupposted 10 years ago

    liver...didn't like it when I was young and my parents served it to us for dinner (sorry mom and dad)  Liver and onions....still doesn't sound appealing to me as an adult and I don't think I'll make my kids try to like it either

  19. MatthewLeo1701 profile image61
    MatthewLeo1701posted 9 years ago

    For me it is liver and onions. I could never get past that metallic taste. My mother would make some kind of flour gravy to go with it. It never helped. It was horrid. I think I remember only one time where I enjoyed it. I am not sure what she added or took away. Now that I think about it, I think I will call and ask her.

  20. Diana Grant profile image97
    Diana Grantposted 8 years ago

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    Well, I love liver and onions with brussels sprouts now.  I think a lot of the problem with them when I was a child was to do with the liver still having those horrible veins in - I always cut them out when I cook now - and people used to overcook their vegetables, which makes brussels sprouts very pungent in flavour, and not very tasty.

    The things I have always disliked and still do are guavas and mackerel. Yucky-poohs

 
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