hate, cant say this but i have no hasitation or grudges in saying that some food gets less priority than others have, it may be because many other options are available...and perhaps it wud have not so when there was no other option!
anyway, food that i strongly avoid eating is 'Yam' for its hard to digest quality.
you are welcome livingpah2004..sorry, but for your knowledge its Karela, the Bitter gourd and Kerala is a beautiful State in India..i wud luv you to see this marvellous place whenever you visit India.
Beets by far...I can't even look or smell them or I'll yack!
I don't like Pies, such as apple pie, or chicken, beef pies, the gravy of the pies put me off eating them. However vegetable pies taste great. So what's your most hated food livingpah2004 ?
Hahaa. Okay since you have asked, my most hated food is bitter gourd(Kerala). Thanks for answering my question.
oh i forgot about that vegetable, I don't like that too, But I've heard from my mum that it's really good for health.
This one's easy...I cannot stand the dreaded RUTABAGA. I have not eaten it since I was a child. I can remember walking in the kitchen and smelling that stuff cooking and just wanting to go to bed! And kittythedreamer, beets are right behind rutabagas in my book!
Thanks for answering. What is Rutabaga?
It's a giant yellow turnip. I just remember that awful smell when they were cooking. My mother served them over rice. At my mother's table, you ate what you were served, no questions asked. Thank goodness,I don't smell them at her house anymore!
I hate beets. My mom used to serve them with dinner sometimes when I was a child, and the smell of was awful. As an adult I still can't stand them.
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