Positive, “hate” is a powerful phrase. However as utilized to meals, it may be solely applicable. Meals, in any case, is a vital a part of life and it might probably encourage critical bodily reactions—for good or unhealthy. You don’t should be a choosy eater to have one meals you actually, actually can’t eat (for causes apart from well being).
It’s a vacation weekend, so let’s chat. What meals or meals do you hate? Is it due to texture, style, or a previous expertise that put you off it forever? Is it primarily based on what you consider the meals in query, like a vegetarian shuddering on the flesh qualities of meat?
First, although, one very massive floor rule:
Cultural points usually come to play in discussions of meals. Flippant dismissals of a nation or tradition’s total delicacies are out of bounds. If you end up tempted to say one thing like that, at a minimal you should cease and ponder whether or not it’s since you’ve been informed it’s acceptable to dismiss that tradition’s meals. Let’s not have any “I simply can’t eat [Indian/Mexican/Thai] meals” sort generalizing feedback—these are massive, numerous cuisines that you’re unlikely to have skilled the entire of—and particularly let’s not be part of within the racist tradition of blaming meals poisoning disproportionately on food from non-European cuisines.