I will eat, I won’t eat?

For Friday Faithfuls this week, I would like you to share the weirdest foods that you have ever eaten, or some foods that you would never even think about trying.

Ok I am not a big fan of trying weird foods.

I rather stick to what I know.

In saying that, I did try a byson burger when I visited Colorado this summer, it was really good!

When I go to a foreign country, I rarely eat their foods. I had a bad experience in France once, and after that, I swore never again!

I tend to look for a restaurant that serves food from the UK or Ireland.

Now, I do love Indian food, Chinese food, Mexican food, Italian food, but some things I am not ever going to eat!

Like, snails! Frogs legs! Insects! No way!

I am not a big seafood fan either! I would never try oysters, crab or lobster!

Another thing I refuse to eat is olives! And artichoke hearts!

Ewwww! Gross!

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Foods That You Won’t Eat – Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie (wordpress.com)

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

6 thoughts on “I will eat, I won’t eat?”

  1. Blood cockles are said to be really good but they, oysters, and some types of clams have this metallic taste I really can’t tolerate. It’s like a sensory aversion.

    I also can’t tolerate eating animal offal of any kind, even though they’re often considered delicacies.

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  2. I had a bison bratwurst, and it was OK, not great. I was at a party once when the host insisted that I try the chicken legs and after I ate a few of then he told me they were frogs’ legs. Thanks for joining in Carol Anne.

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