Foods you find disgusting?


#121

I mean, I think cows and sheep and fish and stuff are cute as well. I used to eat them. Now I don’t. Past Jared has done a few things that Current Jared doesn’t really approve of.


#123

Oh my… That’s right up there with Rocky mountain oysters… Makes me want to get sick


#124

What is that?


#125

There is only one part of horse, which can be called “torpedo”… :rofl::rofl::rofl::nauseated_face:


#126

I’m just gonna go ahead and delete that one…


#127

Err… Am I missing something? Escargot is snails bathed in yummy garlic, butter, and cheese.


#128

Try sauteing in garlic and olive oil or roasting in the oven with cranberries, pecans then drizzle a tablespoon of balsamic and real maple syrup and add a little Gorgonzola or feta cheese on top


#129

Durian’s a seasonal delicacy where I am. Some people like it, some people don’t. Personally, I like it, but leave a durian in an enclosed room for an hour and it will STINK. I find it quite nice and creamy in reasonable portions, too much and it begins to get cloying.

It’s really an odd fruit.


#130

Another thing that I don’t like: Barbacoa. Mostly because of what it is and how it’s made, where I’m from it’s made from a cows head that you stick in the ground and most people use all the parts (tongue, eyes, brains, etc). Every once and a while I’ll give it a try and then I remember how it’s made. We even have a festival here where people do cookoffs for it and people can buy others recipes.


#131

Sardines


#132

Have you ever had grainy watermelon??? It is the worst thing in the universe. It’s even more terrible because i LOVE watermelon but I’m fearful of getting some that has the consistency of wet sand. You cant even tell the difference between sandy ones and nonsandy ones so whenever i am offered watermelon i have to ask someone else to taste it to see if it’s going to kill me…

Anyone know a way to tell the difference or make sure the watermelon doesnt turn out that way?


#133

I was making a funny :grin:


#134

You can kind of tell by the sound of the mellon when you thump it before cutting into it. But it’s a lot harder to tell if all you have to go on is the cut up piece that’s presented to you. I don’t have a trick for telling with cut up watermellon besides to take a tiny nibble to try it :laughing: