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    Yummy as a kid. Blech today.

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Wreybies, Aug 4, 2010.

    I was chatting with my pal just now and I was reminded of the fact that as a child I used to love catsup on my white rice.

    Today the idea sounds disgusting, but then it was yummy.

    Anything like that for you?
     
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    That's easy!

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    *shudder*
     
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    We used to make sugar bread. Just white bread with sugar on it. Ew, thought it was sooo good. The thought of it now is screaming, 'DIABETES!'
     
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    My brother and I did that when we were kids!

    White bread + butter and then run a stream of sugar over it and let it stick. :)
     
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    I did that, too! Also, at one point I remember using hot chocolate mix instead of sugar...

    And once, I'm pretty sure I made a mayonnaise sandwich. Yup. Two pieces of bread. Mayonnaise. And I called it a sandwich. I don't even eat mayonnaise anymore.
     
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    Ham and peanut butter sandwiches. I used to love those.
     
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    ^ I did that with mustard, Heather! (I still love mustard, though)

    I used to eat hot dogs right out of the package- without even cooking them first!
     
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    Mustard is good, though! Mayonnaise is... *shudder*

    Me too!!!! Urgh, hot dogs...that's one of the "snacks" my sister-in-law packs for my nephew. Sliced up hot dogs. Mmm, healthy.
     
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    I would eat a whole can of condensed milk with cookies. I would open the can and throw the cookies inside and eat with a spoon...

    I don't know how I was able to. It is waaaay too sweet...
     
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    My cousin- who is remarkably scrawny- used to drink ranch dressing like it was a bottle of soda.

    :X

    @ Heather- I also hate mayonnaise!!! (I dip my fries in mustard too)
     
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    Chocolate, and almost all types of sweets: I don't know why but around the age of 14 I couldn't eat them anymore.
     
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    As a toddler I really hated ice cream. Then I became a kid and loved ice cream. I dont like ice cream now, as well as most other creamy things. I used to dip french fries in ice cream like it was catsup. :eek:

    I really liked to make ice-milk, which was 2 parts water and 1 part milk, which seems really nasty now.
     
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    I do hearby declare myself an official member of the I hate mayo group *aargh*

    And marmalade!! I used to spread marmalade on BOTH surfaces of white bread(can't stand brown) and then have it. Now, ewww!!
     
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    Me too. I dont like mayo and never have. I also hate all mustards and yogurts. But these are all foods that I hated even as a child and still think are nasty now.

    A friend got me to try yogurt again two years ago. I swear I almost threw up. Nasty nasty nasty.
     
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    I love curd! Yoghurt, to be frank I don't really understand, we don't get much of that here, and what little I had from a packaging stating "yoghurt" was not so good. Though, yoghurt jelly is yummy.
     
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    That's one of the things I've always enjoyed.
     
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    Mostly sugary drinks and or candy/junk food like cheetos. I would eat them by the fist full. Now well, my only indulgence is a rare instance of chocolate. If you do not like mayo for health reasons, avocado is a good substitute.
     
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    To each his own. I can stand to have mustard(we use a lot of it in foods) but never mayo. In fact, it's pretty funny. My friends like mayo, so I'm a food hog. Whenever any of them wanted to save their share of a bite they'd coat it with mayo. Sigh, that kept me far away all right.

    It's like garlic and onion. Some people can't stand any of these. I like both. I have roated garlic with honey whenever I start getting my tonsilitis. And I never can have any curry w/o onion.
     
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    Really no. As a kid, I was pretty fussy about what I would eat. Anything I would eat back then, I would eat now. The converse is not true, though. Many, many things I would eat now I would have turned my nose up at back then.
     
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    Hey! I like mayonaise! :(


    Let's see... oh yeah. Meringue. Only because I once ate too many of those. :rolleyes: Oh, and I used to eat entire jars of mustard. Though I still like mustard, I wouldn't do that anymore...
     
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    Sugar sandwiches.

    Bread, butter, sugar sprinkled between.

    I used to love them back then, but the thought of it now makes my teeth hurt. Yuck!
     
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    Hah, looks like you guys beat me to it ;)

    I still love sugar and butter together, though. When I bake cakes, I pretty much lick the bowl at every stage, lolol.
     
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    Used to = last week

    I should clarify... Though I don't like mayo, ketchup, or what-have-you, I won't not eat something because something I don't usually care for is on it. I'm not picky at all.

    It's just that if I was preparing something myself, I wouldn't likely choose to include those things.

    Picky eaters are actually one of my pet peeves.
     
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    Na-ah, a bit longer ago.

    And I'm not picky at all, really. I'll eat anything (FOOD).
     
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    I used to make a sandwich that would make my mother and my grandparents shudder. I laughingly called it an Indigestion Special. It was Muenster cheese, mustard, pickles, and olives.

    I should have one for lunch tomorrow. I need to make a grocery run anyway.
     

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