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Even though it's the same food or liquid ?

For me:

orange juice out of the bottle is a no-go while in a glass it's pure bliss
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I don't drink soda or beer out of anything but glass bottles.
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This may sound weird but...

I can't immediately bite into anything that isn't soft. I have to put it in my mouth, "suck" it (that sounds wrong) until it's soft and then I chew it. I think I also do it because I like to savour the flavour.

That also probably explains why I'm such a slow eater.
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Lately, I've been finding that hotdogs are unappetizing to me unless they've been cut into octopus shapes :?
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Kaona wrote:

This may sound weird but...

I can't immediately bite into anything that isn't soft. I have to put it in my mouth, "suck" it (that sounds wrong) until it's soft and then I chew it. I think I also do it because I like to savour the flavour.

That also probably explains why I'm such a slow eater.
blushed so bad while reading this

:roll::roll::roll::roll::roll:
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When I have a plate with a variety of food on it, I always leave the best tasting food for last.
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I think milk tastes okay.
I really like cereals.
But please, do never put cereals in my milk. I dunno, to me it's a little bit as if someone chew my cereals, then spat them.... eew
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as long as i have my mouth, there is nothing i guess. except the turkish thing called cig kofte. i can't eat it while this fucking world has my ex alive. fuck you undermin.

undermin

undermin.


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I do not have these problems. I can eat and drink everything I like to eat and drink in every (normal) way possible without complaining. I just EET. FOOD. MOAR.
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Aeidxst wrote:

as long as i have my mouth, there is nothing i guess. except the turkish thing called cig kofte. i can't eat it while this fucking world has my ex alive. fuck you undermin.

undermin

undermin.


brb dying just so you can eat it like before
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THAT'S KIND
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Mayonaise by itself is a no-go for me.

I can only consume that (in small amounts as well) when it's added as a condiment to foods eg. burgers. Or I'd feel really sick in the stomach.

Also, having to drink coffee in plastic/styrofoam cups. Big no.
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who in their right mind would eat plain mayo anyways
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Not exactly something I can't do without, but I much prefer to use teaspoons when eating anything that would normally be eaten with a tablespoon. I eat soup with soup spoons though, that'd be a nightmare with a teaspoon. Also, I use a knife in my left hand and fork in my right despite being right-handed.

boat wrote:

who in their right mind would eat plain mayo anyways
I licked a bit off my finger when I was making tuna salad. It's not bad, but it's kind of next to margarine on things you probably shouldn't eat on its own.
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In ancient Chinese medicine, there are a lot of things that you can not eat at the same time, beacuse their chemical reaction is harmful to the human body: Eating crab meat and persimmons at the same time will give you a diarrhea, eating Tofu and Spinach will give you gallstones...I need to find a tablet for this.
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Shredded wheats can not be eaten with milk. It is heresy.
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Sashimi without wasabi is definitely no. Wasabi kills the germs, so you need it to go with raw fish.
It tastes better this way too, no?

Apex wrote:

In ancient Chinese medicine, there are a lot of things that you can not eat at the same time, beacuse their chemical reaction is harmful to the human body: Eating crab meat and persimmons at the same time will give you a diarrhea, eating Tofu and Spinach will give you gallstones... I need to find a tablet for this.
Some of them are pretty much rumors, while others makes sense. Consult your friends major in Chinese med physician for more details would be a good idea haha :)
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Lamb without mint jelly is unappetizing for me.

First time I ate lamb was without mint jelly and I immediately hated it.

Then I tried it again with mint jelly, I like it now.
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Seikunai wrote:

Lamb without mint jelly is unappetizing for me.

First time I ate lamb was without mint jelly and I immediately hated it.

Then I tried it again with mint jelly, I like it now.
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B-52 wrote:

Seikunai wrote:

Lamb without mint jelly is unappetizing for me.

First time I ate lamb was without mint jelly and I immediately hated it.

Then I tried it again with mint jelly, I like it now.
Obviously not. Well, I was talking about medium rare lamb chops.
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