Just a few minutes ago, I made a protein shake with protein powder and some fresh figs off my fig tree. After mashing it up a bit I put them in the shaker and it was a tasty and delicious afternoon snack - no sugar needed. Yes, it was delicious!
It might not qualify as "food", but I made an iced americano with Lavazza Espresso. I typically make espresso using Starbucks Espresso and it's just OK. Lavazza was cheaper and I have to say, absolutely delicious. An iced Americano is just two shots of espresso over ice with ice water, basically ice coffee made with espresso. Delicious!
Mm sounds good, will have to try it! Do you add sugar or just drink it straight?
I drink it straight. You could add sugar and cream, but it's so good black. Let me know if you try it!
we were at a restaurant that had fried pickles which sounded absolutely disgusting to me, but I tried it and it was actually quite tasty lol. In this area of the country they will truly deep fry anything .
Turkey bacon. Which was surprisingly tasty along with being much, much better for you than bacon.
I tried edamame a couple weeks ago. Its soybeans still in the pod, but you just eat the beans. I am not a big veggie eater so I was anticipating not liking them. They were good and a very healthy snack.
Yesterday we were removing the young tilapia from our lakes. They are prolific breeders and we need to thin the population occasionally. This time we kept a few back to deep fry. They are small about 5-10 grams. They were crunchy and with salt, quite tasty. Because of the size, they aren't gutted, just washed. This is similar to whitebait that I have eaten prepared like this.
That said, I still prefer to eat adult tilapia.
Fried plantain with some kind of Goya seasoning. It was awesome!
Green papaya salad. I loved it but broke out in hives a few hours later. I don't know if it was the salad or stress but I'm not eating it again.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 6 years ago
. When was the last time you tried eating something you have never tasted before?
by Jeffrey Maskel 4 years ago
What was the last new thing you tried in your life and how did it affect you?
by Bronson_Hub 4 years ago
Have you ever tried vegan food? What did you think?
by Joanna McKenna 8 years ago
I just tried to update an older hub and found I couldn't change anything. Then I tried to edit a new hub that isn't quite ready to publish. Same thing. What's going on?
by Jonas 6 years ago
When was the last time you tried something new?And with new I mean something completely new, not a new food dish or something like that.
by piyush3dxyz 7 years ago
I dont know what country you are in but KFC in england is just like fast food and to me, fast food is rubbish. Too much unhealthy overpowering sauces and the chicken is always coated in huge amounts of fat.Give me a plain barbecued chicken leg any day.
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