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    Lasagne. Veggie or meat. No idea why, just can't do it.
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    The thought of eating meat/fish makes me gag, and egg (unless it's hidden in a cake). In fact, just the smell of those will make me gag. O.o Oh! And yoghurt. Can't stand yoghurt...and mustard.
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    Is it strange that I genuinely cannot think of a single food that I wouldn't eat?!
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    Slightly, but thats a good thing, your welcome round for tea any time . . . .

    What about really spicy foods?
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    Milk and liquid milk drinks as cocoa and milk shakes but I have no problem with yogurt, ice cream...
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    Certain fruits when raw. If they're processed in some sort of way such as made into a sauce or something, it's fine.

    Almonds. Holy **** almonds.
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    Egg as well. I thought I was the only one!

    Also, mayonnaise and salad cream. The thought of them makes me feel ill.

    Finally, cottage cheese. My Dad likes it in his sandwiches (I make them for him!) and I struggle to spread it without feeling ill.
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    (Original post by Clare~Bear)
    Sli

    What about really spicy foods?
    Love them!
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    Whelks.... truly disgusting... like alien babies!:eek:
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    Cooked tomatoes - this is really weird because I have no problem with raw tomatoes, especially cherry tomatoes but if they're cooked, I won't eat them.
    Seafood - I think I have a phobia of it. Just can't stand it but I love pollock, haddock, cod etc. Strange.
    Most meat I don't like - I don't like pork, beef and I can't eat chicken but I do like guinea fowl, duck etc.
    Oh and stuff like liver, tripe etc - hate it.

    Haha, I sound quite fussy
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    (Original post by ArtGoblin)
    I don't eat meat, dairy, eggs or honey for ethical reasons.
    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!).

    But honey?!

    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

    (Original post by Senassa)
    Most meat I don't like - I don't like pork, beef and I can't eat chicken but I do like guinea fowl, duck etc.

    Haha, I sound quite fussy
    Guineafowl and duck? That's not fussy, that's classy

    Great username, by the way!


    Oh, and in answer to the original question, all dried fruits. Nothing annoys me more than when people add raisins to curry
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    I can't eat seafood
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    Tomato, pomegranate, cucumber (I used to love these, but they now make me feel nauseous... :dontknow:), pork, salad cream (unless in a tuna sandwich), mayonnaise, liquorice, tartar sauce, Marmite (:puke:) and lamb. I'm also not really fond of dark chocolate but it's growing on me. I'll probably remember some more later.
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    Omelette. eurgh.
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    Raisins!!!
    And white bread (odd I know)
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    Pineapple makes me throw up...
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    Royal icing, onions, and most of all strawberry flavoured yoghurt/ice cream/milkshake.

    Oh and those hideous Jazzles (white chocolate button things with hundreds and thousands on top)
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    Mushrooms, I hate the texture!
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    (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!).

    But honey?!

    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
    There's plenty of people who have don't eat honey for ethical reasons - it's not vegan. Veganism isn't just about harm caused to animals, but about commodifying their existence. Bees don't make honey for us - they make it for themselves and so I think it is wrong for us to take it off them.
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    (Original post by ArtGoblin)
    There's plenty of people who have don't eat honey for ethical reasons - it's not vegan. Veganism isn't just about harm caused to animals, but about commodifying their existence. Bees don't make honey for us - they make it for themselves and so I think it is wrong for us to take it off them.
    Right, I see where you're coming from. I didn't want to start a debate about it, to be honest, I just wanted to know what it was about honey that was the problem...

    I guess I was just unaware that vegans had a problem with use of animals in general (as opposed to cases where suffering might be involved).
 
 
 
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