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    Courgette, batons are kinda bland and boring, but circle shaped :coma: omnomnom
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    A lot of those things taste better because the way it's cut/grated gives it a greater surface area. This means that it will affect more of your taste buds.
    I'm SURE i've heard that before (specifically with regards to grated cheese) however I'm probably wrong.
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    Quite a few drinks taste better from the bottle. Except Fanta, that's good in a glass.
    Potatoes taste best if you cut them into pieces, then as whole (little) potatoes, and potato mash is just horrible.
    I don't know why, but it just seems to taste completely horrible and card-boardy once the potato is mashed, even fresh-made.
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    Nutella. From the jar. With a spoon.

    Don't judge me.
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    Coke in a can or bottle is always more refreshing.
    Mostly because restaurants water it down, so its not as fizzy though.

    A friend of mine will only eat fried fish fingers.
    Bacon tastes better crispy.
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    (Original post by jimcatinnes)
    coke from a glass bottle beats all!
    This x 100000!!

    None of my friends agree, but coke from a glass bottle has a way better taste then coke from a can/plastic bottle
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    Not quite the same, I know, but I found during finals I drank far more water if I had a bottle with a sports cap because it's just more fun!

    When I was about 8, my best friend was convinced that satsumas tasted better if you banged them on the ceiling first :rofl: We got in a lot of trouble for doing that and one of them splatting :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by Lily Academia)
    Nutella. From the jar. With a spoon.
    this.
    and with marshmallows :coma:
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    (Original post by nikita_atikin)
    Jaffa cakes need to be eaten in the chocolate, orange and then cake order :yep:

    If you eat off the chocolatey topping off the maltesers and then let the biscuit ball melt in your mouth :sogood:
    South african malteasers are rubbish - they don't even melt and the inside is yellow.

    I was so dissapointed
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    Biscuits taste better dipped in tea.

    Croissants taste better hot and dipped in thick hot chocolate!

    Pitta bread tastes better hot.

    Halloumi is better grilled/fried than left all raw and tasteless.

    Cheese is better melted....:sogood:
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    Buenos when you bite the bottom off then lick the cream out - amazing.
    Buenos when you bite them like a normal chocolate bar - meh.
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    Ice Cream tastes better straight from the pot.
    Oranges, when you peel of the outer skin bit.
    Taking the skin off of KFC mmm
    When I have a burger I actually prefer to eat the bread and burger separately.
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    (Original post by screenager2004)
    Everyone knows that:

    Apples taste better if you eat them with a knife.
    Ice Cream tastes better if you mix it into a goopy mess.
    Pringles taste better if you fit it into your mouth with one chomp.
    Coke tastes worse through a straw/from a bottle than a can.
    Pizza tastes nicer if the slices are thinner.
    Sandwiches taste nicer if you cut them into little quarters

    Not adding any other ingredients, not seasoning, not cooking.
    The food itself hasn't changed at all.
    Just changing the way you physically eat the food greatly improves the flavour.
    Probably because of the psychological factors associated with food appearance.

    However, Coke is definitely better out of a can - you get the 'tinny' taste.
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    (Original post by Cicerao)
    Buenos when you bite the bottom off then lick the cream out - amazing.
    Buenos when you bite them like a normal chocolate bar - meh.
    I was literally doing this as I read your comment! Scary.
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    triangle sandwiches, sliced apple, yoghurt off the lid is lush, chicken and rice out of the saucepan, triangled pancakes, spag bol out of a bowl, rice out of a bowl, chips out of the paper!

    Penguins should be sucked, and Twix's must have the chocolate sucked/bitten off, then you scrape off the caramel, and eat the buiscuit last! That's the way to do it!
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    (Original post by fortunecookie)
    Taking the skin off of KFC mmm
    Grooooooss, remind me of this:

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    (Original post by fortunecookie)
    I was literally doing this as I read your comment! Scary.
    I see you. :sexface:
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    Eating cake with a fork, also eating jam tarts with a spoon
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    Kitkat with all the chocolate bitten off then eat the wafer biscuit, as per Jaffa Cakes but leaving the orange jelly last for sucking.
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    banana is you peel them from the bottom >.<
 
 
 
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