Pickles. I was 6. I had some kind of stomach bug. Ate some pickles. Need I say more?
I am health-conscious and eat many vegetables and fruits. I love fruits a lot and eat vegetables based dishes made in a healthy and tasty way. However, I once tried bitter-gourd and custard-apple as a child. Honestly, I did not like their tastes. I decided not to eat them again.
Scrambled eggs.......oh painful memories...never ever again.I have banned them from my kitchen forever.
I hate turnips and greens.. ugh it is awful.. all though I like to eat raw spinach in a salad but i hate greens..
Liver and onions. My mother tried to tone down the taste by pan frying it battered, and smothering it in ketchup. 30 years later and I can still taste it. Blech!
Dominos pizza - but then I forgot I vowed never to eat one again and had a awful one 2 days ago. BLEAGH
Sea cucumber - it tastes extremely fishy - awful!!. I was on a date with a Japanese guy and he loved it!
Tinned spaghetti! (I live in Italy!)
KFC! (poor chickens).
Pig's trotters (Philippine Christmas specialty)
I'd eat anything if food got scarce though. I knew a man who survived the Russian Front who ate meatballs made of earth. (True story)
cotton candy - 4th of July - dehydrated - never again.
Canned spinach - I love spinach - never had it from a can, never again.
LIVER!!! Oh man, when I was about 7 years old my Mother made me eat it. I ate one bite and ran out the back door of the kitchen and vomitted over the railing of the back porch. It was awful! To this day I can't stand the smell of it cooking without getting nauseous! Never will I ever eat it again and I am 48 years old!
Desert cucumber. I tried it once in South Africa and it tasted like malaria tablets - absolutely foul.
Cupid's hotdogs... Even KFC cannot compare to the horror...
I would have to say liver and onions my mom used to try to force feed it to me and I would just sit their. Even the thought is disgusting. Imagine you are eating something that filters toxins and pollutants out of an animals body
by mikicagle 8 years ago
what restaurant would you never eat at again?Mine is Olive Garden. I got so sick from the food there last year I will NEVER eat there again
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Would you eat rabbit? Or have you eaten rabbit?
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What food or foods are you eating that you never use to eat or liked.
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Have you ever eaten SPAM?If so, did you like it? Do you like it? Would you continue to eat it?
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