I like beetroot, but due to the colour run, unable to eat. As soon as they touch some other food, immediately the horrible reddish, pink stain appears and makes it hard to continue.
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Don't like Brussel sprouts when they are cooked because they have a yucky smell, and l don't like their color when cooked, and l don't like their size however l love cabbage which is quite similar. I love red cabbage when cooked.
I love beets, but yes to the way they just take over the color palate on my plate can cause me to think really? Can't you just keep to yourself like all the things on my plate. Like they are the food bullies of the vegetables. That's when l get to the weird thing o,f food separation, like l am saying attention beets, this is a message from upstairs, you are being kept to fourth quadrant of my plate, don't irritate me by slumming around.
Brussels sprouts have always been my absolute favorite food, even as a child haha I adore the taste, the texture and the smell of them. But I'm the kind of person who loves with a capital L the smell of fermented food so (*3*)/Oh geez, brussel sprouts are the worst.
There's a rule in my house (set by me) which is that if anyone is going to be cooking those things, they must warn me in advance.
That way, I can head for the hills before the stench takes over the house and rules it with an iron fist for an hour or so.
Alfredo sauce. Tastes nice but I can't stand the color and texture. Also, wet noodles. Not necessarily because of color but texture.I like beetroot, but due to the colour run, unable to eat. As soon as they touch some other food, immediately the horrible reddish, pink stain appears and makes
Color of food is rarely much of an issue for me, except when it comes to canned tuna — The smell, alone is enough for me to be want to vomit.