Anything aniseed, olives, gherkins (but I love cucumbers, and pickled onions), any shellfish, and liver. Oh, and tomato sauce on bacon- it's find on anything else, but even the thought of it on bacon, eeeeurgh!
Don't like mushrooms or cottage cheese or brussels sprouts, but I can force em down.
Too much cheese (as in I quite enjoy a tiny square but any more makes me feel bleeeeuughh)
Too much tomato
Eel or oysters
Greasy food like cheap take-aways.
A whole banana (half is fine)
Eggs and beans together (but separately - yumm)
milk in coffee
(Original post by FrogInABog)
OK, I understand people not liking meat for ethical reasons, and maybe eggs (particularly from battery hens). And as much as my dairy farming family would hate me for saying this, I can sort of see milk products (but only just!).
Out of interest, and because I've never come across anyone who objects to it before, what do you find wrong with honey?
I couldn't live without it
I'm replying a bit late, but anyway ^^ ArtGoblin mentionned not eating honey just because it's an animal product, but as a vegan I don't eat it also because it can be harmful to bees (not always of course, but in many places it is). This is a really good website for information on the subject: http://www.vegansociety.com/resource...and-honey.aspx
As you can see: "The queen bee is usually killed every year and a new queen introduced to the colony.5 The queen may have her wings clipped to prevent her from flying; this is to stop the bees carrying out their natural instinct to swarm (the old queen and a large proportion of the bees leaving the nest once the colony has provided a new queen to replace her).6
Far from being ‘just’ simple insects, bees have a complex communication system, display co-operative behaviour and take part in activities such as collective decision-making, organisation and conflict resolution.7
Farmed bees are vulnerable to insect attacks and diseases such as American Foulbrood and European Foulbrood, Varroa mites and associated viruses, which have increased significantly in the UK over the last 5-10 years, along with a decline in bee numbers.8 One method of dealing with American Foulbrood is to burn the hives while all the bees are inside."
Porridge, oh.my.god. Absolutely cannot stand the stuff. The smell, the look is even enough to put me off. My sister eats loads and i refuse to go anywhere near or wash her bowel off after she eats it as it just makes me feel sick
i dont like foods with raisins in them but i eat raisins on their own... i also hate.....lentils.......wasabi flavoured crisp..........pork/pig meat(ethical reason)..... im sure therez more but i can't think of anymore.....