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Old 11-26-2002, 05:42 PM   #61
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Though a lot of people here hate seafood...I seafood ! And sushi...mmmm
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I have the biggest fear of coleslaw EVER!!

i remeber when i was a kid and this girl chased me round the school yard with a tub of coleslaw and i was running for my life. god the fear


why was she chasing you with COLESLAW??????????????

that's truly hysterical!

although I'm sure it was very scary for you
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eeewwww sushi, yuk, recently tried this and since was with my boss i had to eat it, ew it really made me wanna yak

was salmon and some rice with this green spicey thing on ewww
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i won't eat tomatoes, ketchup, snails, oysters, or olives.

i just dont like them.
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Mmmmm wasabi.....
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isnt that the bologna with some kind of weird looking red and green shit on them? that i wont eeeeeven touch either. thats friken nasty...
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isnt that the bologna with some kind of weird looking red and green shit on them? that i wont eeeeeven touch either. thats friken nasty...
You're thinking of pimento loaf - which is one step above head cheese.

Wasabi is the green horseradish used with sushi. Fun fact most wasabi found in the United States contains no actual wasabi it is mostly regular horseradish.
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You're thinking of pimento loaf - which is one step above head cheese.
Ugh - ok, 5 more to add to my list of foods that give me the heebee-jeebies:

1. pimento loaf
2. head 'cheese'
3. pig's feet
4. cow/calf tongue
5. liver
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Ugh - ok, 5 more to add to my list of foods that give me the heebee-jeebies:

1. pimento loaf
2. head 'cheese'
3. pig's feet
4. cow/calf tongue
5. liver
After hearing "what's for dinner" from our son repeatedly through the day, we finally started telling him "pickled pigs feet". He figured we were teasing and the stuff didn't really exist.

Months later, while walking through a grocery store, we saw a HUGE jar (5 gallon) of - you guessed it - pickled pigs feet.

BLS - your gving me flashback nightmares - my mom would always cook tongue and liver.
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na na na na na

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Oh god! Shut the fuck up already. I am getting sick and tired of your endless female babble.


Really!?! I never would have guessed this seeing as you have only a million damn times.



Ok I think it time for you to get off the fucking big wheel, drop the 5th grade mentality and join the rest of us grown up world.

Edited for spelling correction [/B]
eat my shorts man! cool your jets dude!
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well for starters there's one right for the top of my list

Bart or anyone else's shorts
now seriously phobia? or dislike? scared of coleslaw?..I wish I had more time to read all this.
I once started a new job as a kitchen hand..they must have been testing me...I had to peel the skin off cow livers I didn't know they had skin/membrane yukky stuff until then.
I don't quite understand why mushrooms would be thought of as filthy. I see them as low-fat, tasty, economical good protein substitute....but I would eh?
I once accidently ate a freshly caught fish heart. That took some getting over.
Nope struggling here..I had a very broad palate as a child, I used to eat these wild passionfruit that everyone else thought was gross. Dad enjoyed my dining company...I ate pawpaws and rockmelons and mussels and octopus, from a very young age.My older sister lived on goats milk and baked beans for her first 12 years. I think it is what you get used to...and how hungry you are.
The first time I ever visited my maternal grandfather, he was cooking lambs brains in a fry pan of greasy greasy butter. It made me even more frightened of him.. I think that could be regarded a phobia....of maternal grandfathers...not food.
I think offal has great nutritional value...but i can't eat it.
Just as well you won't dine here.I'm with the Chinese, as much variety as possible. I'm having rhubarb for lunch 'cause I haven't eaten it for yonks and I try to source different natural vits and mins all the time.
Gruesome enough yet?BONO appetit.
I am scared of cows.....but that is before they are slaughtered.
I've seen docos about Asian medicine food, snake's bile, tiger penis, dried monkey gonad etc...NO THANKS!!! I'd rather eat shorts.

I obviously like FOOD and raving on
and you;ll be pleased to know I am connected until the
12th December.Next topic?
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Re: *terrified*

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Originally posted by AliTheFOADist
I have the biggest fear of coleslaw EVER!!

i remeber when i was a kid and this girl chased me round the school yard with a tub of coleslaw and i was running for my life. god the fear

you have got to be kidding me?! lmfao! this and the dinner rolls being chunked at the Red Lobster staff is truly making me laugh pretty hard.


by the way, i cannot stand coleslaw either. the smell makes me want to --->
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Old 11-27-2002, 09:48 AM   #73
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by the way, i cannot stand coleslaw either. the smell makes me want to --->
I actually kinda like coleslaw, but it KILLS my digestive system for 2 days afterwards. So I generally avoid it. For the sake of those around me.
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Old 11-27-2002, 09:54 AM   #74
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I actually kinda like coleslaw, but it KILLS my digestive system for 2 days afterwards. So I generally avoid it. For the sake of those around me.
haha...i know what you mean.

on a sushi related note: i tried sushi a few weekends ago and actually liked it. i was scared to try it because i thought i would hurl. but my friends eased me into it. lol it is so kind to have friends who support your food phobias.
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Old 11-27-2002, 11:21 AM   #75
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eat my shorts man! cool your jets dude!
I don't know why I expected more of an intelligent response. I suppose I just think more of people than they really are sometimes.

Back to the topic at hand.

I had sushi last night and it was really good. It is the top listed place in the city for sushi I think. They have really good green tea as well. If I am not mistaken I think they have had top honors for the last couple of years.
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