What is one food that you disliked a lot during your childhood, but love now as

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  1. CookwareBliss profile image62
    CookwareBlissposted 10 years ago

    What is one food that you disliked a lot during your childhood, but love now as an adult?

    When I was a child, I was not a fan of tomatoes, and any type of stir-fry. Now, I have tomatoes on my taco's, cold sandwiches, and my cold-cut sub from Subway. Stir-fry is also something I eat quite frequently....oh how our taste buds change!


  2. snakeslane profile image82
    snakeslaneposted 10 years ago

    Turnips made me gag, but I love them now.

  3. profile image0
    erickcbposted 10 years ago

    I used to HATE mustard, and love candy. Now I love mustard and hate candy. Too sweet. ACK!

  4. christin53 profile image84
    christin53posted 10 years ago

    I used to hate all vegetables but was made to eat them.I love them now except sprouts I still can't eat them.

  5. Sage in a Cage profile image77
    Sage in a Cageposted 10 years ago

    I absolutely hated broccoli as a child. My parents tried to turn them into forests or funny faces on my plate but they inevitably got thrown under the table towards my dog when no one was looking. Now I adore broccoli. It's so good for you and tastes gorgeous in a stir fry.

  6. lifeinprime profile image64
    lifeinprimeposted 10 years ago

    Brussel sprouts!  I love those mini cabbage-looking things and can't get enough of them.  But, as a child, I fed them to my dog! smile

    PS: christin53: Try them again!  You may like them! smile

  7. hildred profile image74
    hildredposted 10 years ago

    Most vegetables. When I was a kid I could only eat carrots, green beans, and corn (and sometimes asparagus). Now I also love bell peppers and broccoli, and onions are creeping in as seasoning in a lot of my food.

    I also used to hate a bunch of cheese at once. I liked cheese but only in small amounts. Now I like it in bigger amounts more. But I still easily get overpowered by it.

  8. moonfairy profile image76
    moonfairyposted 10 years ago

    broccoli. I used to hate it but now it's one of my go to veggies....I love it sauteed with olive oil and sprinkled with lemon juice and sea salt.

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    Starmom41posted 10 years ago

    I disliked pasta of all kinds.  Now it's one of my favorite foods.
    It's not that my taste-buds changed, it's that my mother had the habit of seriously overcooking food, & when pasta is overcooked it's awful.


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