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    Cheese FFS.
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    Any seafood which has a slimy texture e.g. mussels. VOM.

    Oh, and anything lemon flavoured
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    (Original post by clh_hilary)
    All meats.
    I'd resort to cannibalising vegetarians
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    The mighty Easy Cheese - spray-on cheese invented by Kraft, a US corporation with human health its only goal. :lol:

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    (Original post by TheAnusFiles)
    I'd resort to cannibalising vegetarians
    You have just confirmed the danger of meat-eaters!
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    (Original post by clh_hilary)
    You have just confirmed the danger of meat-eaters!
    I just love the taste man
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    Never had fillet o'fish, or a Big Mac for that matter!

    Marmite and anything marmite related can go away (e.g. Twiglets)

    Wouldn't really be fussed if Chinese food went either to be fair
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    (Original post by TheAnusFiles)
    I just love the taste man
    Solid proof that vegetarianism makes people better.
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    (Original post by clh_hilary)
    Solid proof that vegetarianism makes people better.
    Nah veggies are ok I guess
    I just find veganism weird
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    Come to think of it, why on earth were Pot Noodles invented??
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Come to think of it, why on earth were Pot Noodles invented??
    Really? Pot noodles have to be one of the most practical and convenient products i know


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    (Original post by BenAssirati)
    I wouldn't ban any type of food, the freedom of choice is a luxury granted in a democracy, only cigarettes and some strong alcohols (strong spirits).
    Just play along and answer the question ffs.

    I'd be happy if I never saw another olive.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    The mighty Easy Cheese - spray-on cheese invented by Kraft, a US corporation with human health its only goal. :lol:
    I guess Americans have been conditioned to think that cheese in a can is normal, but the thought of it makes me feel sick.
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    (Original post by pane123)
    I guess Americans have been conditioned to think that cheese in a can is normal, but the thought of it makes me feel sick.
    It mostly looks like sick, so that's understandable.
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    I'd happily get rid of courgettes. The taste of them makes me feel physically sick!
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    (Original post by super_kawaii)
    I'd happily get rid of courgettes. The taste of them makes me feel physically sick!
    It's the texture I can't stand. My mum insisted on putting them in so many dishes when I was younger; I don't know how much time I must have spent picking them out.
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    (Original post by 12thshark)
    Anything with high fructose corn syrup and trans fat. Disgusting. Its the equivalent of. Eating and drinking heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes.
    Banning HFCS? are we going down the pseudoscientific ramblings route of banning stuff? High Fructose Corn Syrup is just sugar - your normal table sugar is sucrose: a disaccharide of fructose and glucose at a ratio of 50:50. HFCS is 55:45 in favour of fructose. What does that 5% difference make? Absolutely nothing - there's no established link between HFCS and a higher risk of heart disease, strokes or diabetes.

    Also, the conclusion that saturated fats cause heart disease is based off poor science and politics - indeed a recent meta-analysis concluded the current ant saturatd fat advice wasn't borne out by the evidence: http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/...33760760481486
    and the review they're discussing: http://annals.org/article.aspx?artic...&resultClick=3


    Anyway - I hate the smell of tuna and marmite, so those two.
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    Marmite.

    Anything with meat, but that's just the vegetarian in me.

    I like all other food/drink I've tried..
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    Bacon could go because the smell makes me feel ill...
    I'm pretty fussy though, I'd also be quite happy if bread, eggs, jelly and a million other foods disappeared

    Don't agree with marmite though - love it
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    (Original post by super_kawaii)
    I'd happily get rid of courgettes. The taste of them makes me feel physically sick!
    Vegetables don't have to be cooked to death, you know.
 
 
 
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