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    Sorry if there's already a thread on this People find it strange that I like eating gravy granules and stock cubes, though I guess that isn't really a food And things like cockles, mussels and eels which most people seem to find really offputting for some reason I could also gladly eat a jar of olives in one sitting.

    What are things that you love eating that others find weird?
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    Turtle soup
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    Oxo Cubes - me too!

    Jelly from the packet.
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    really strange foods you like there...i tried olives once and nearly threw up :yucky:

    anyway i like grasshoppers and caterpillars (cooked, of course) :thumbsup:
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    (Original post by awkwardshortguy)
    Turtle soup
    as someone who owns 4 tortoises...no :indiff:

    (Original post by Simes)
    Oxo Cubes - me too!

    Jelly from the packet.
    Ooooooh yes I always used to eat jelly from the packet!

    I like things like kidney/haggis/black pudding too which a lot of people seem to dislike too.
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    Raw spinach leaves,ground black pepper,ginger powder,raw coriander leaves
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    Barbecue eel. My dad thinks I'm strange. :lol:
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    (Original post by Gax)
    really strange foods you like there...i tried olives once and nearly threw up :yucky:

    anyway i like grasshoppers and caterpillars (cooked, of course) :thumbsup:
    Whaaaaaaat, olives are so good. Black olives anyway, not a fan of the others.

    (Original post by OU Student)
    Barbecue eel. My dad thinks I'm strange. :lol:
    Barbecue eel?! I used to love jellied eels in liquor from the pie and mash shop :coma:
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    (Original post by Precious Illusions)

    Barbecue eel?! I used to love jellied eels in liquor from the pie and mash shop :coma:
    Never tried jellied eel. I had barbecue eel when I was in Bournemouth one time. I think it was Korean or something. Either way, it was tasty.
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    (Original post by Precious Illusions)
    as someone who owns 4 tortoises...no :indiff:
    Don't worry I only eat aquatic/semi-aquatic testudines.
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    Sheep's brain. It's soft like pate.
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    i think its called bitter gourd in english? a type of vegetable, used to hate it.
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    Bitter gourd for me too. Used to hate it until my dad made me eat it everyday
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    (Original post by Precious Illusions)
    Whaaaaaaat, olives are so good. Black olives anyway, not a fan of the others.
    I love green olives. I'm not really a fan of black ones, though.
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    (Original post by Splenge007)
    Sheep's brain. It's soft like pate.
    Ive tried it once before at a friend's house,I didn't want to seem rude and refuse
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    I love green olives. I'm not really a fan of black ones, though.
    Being middle eastern,I would say olives are pretty much essential!
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    I used to eat the gherkin slice that comes in a MaccyD's bun. Does that count?
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Ive tried it once before at a friend's house,I didn't want to seem rude and refuse
    What did you think?

    I also like cooked fish eggs and chicken heart
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    Yorkshire puddings with ketchup.
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    (Original post by Splenge007)
    What did you think?

    I also like cooked fish eggs and chicken heart
    It was yummy,seasoned with abit of black pepper and maggi seasoning
 
 
 
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