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    Just came back from the store with 4lbs of fresh okra. Some to be coated in almond flour and fried, some for gumbo! Talk about delicious slime.

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    i only like okra if it's pickled. not a fan of the fried slimy stuff. most textures don't bother me as long as they're what the food should be. for example, pithy apples are disgusting. the fat on a steak is delicious if the fat is crispy on the outside. it sort of bursts in your mouth, yum!

    that underripe banana texture, it's like a drying agent in your mouth. I seem to remember KY produces that same taste/feeling. ugh.

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    Drinks that are clumpy. Any drink that is a drink should not be clumpy. I don't mind some floaties, like in Kombucha. But Chia drink? Or those old "Orbitz" drinks back in the day? Or tapioca? Nope. Can't do it if it feels like barf in my mouth.


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    those are gross. the first time i drank coconut juice with pulp, i was a little shocked. i thought the pulp was just extra fibrous material, like OJ. Nope. I like it now, but i don't think i would enjoy the chia, orbitz, or bubble tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    i only like okra if it's pickled. not a fan of the fried slimy stuff. most textures don't bother me as long as they're what the food should be. for example, pithy apples are disgusting. the fat on a steak is delicious if the fat is crispy on the outside. it sort of bursts in your mouth, yum!

    that underripe banana texture, it's like a drying agent in your mouth. I seem to remember KY produces that same taste/feeling. ugh.
    KY is not meant for ingestion. (part of me wants to yell, "Quit puttin' Kentucky jelly on yer toast!" but I know you don't eat bread...)
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    lol, never said i swallowed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    lol, never said i swallowed it.
    I didn't either, but that chemical concoction is not something I put in my mouth if I can get edible lubes that work just as well.
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    You poor people...

    Every single thing everyone's mentioned so far (besides okra, which I can tolerate, but don't love) is completely yummy! My only two rules for food:
    1. It has to not move
    2. Doesn't too very closely resemble what it looked like when it was walking around

    My family and friends think I'm a human garbage disposal, I will eat anything once at least, and usually more than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SentWest View Post
    You poor people...

    Every single thing everyone's mentioned so far (besides okra, which I can tolerate, but don't love) is completely yummy! My only two rules for food:
    1. It has to not move
    many, many times, i have eaten live scallop that twitches when you squeeze citrus on it. yuzu juice is especially good. sea urchin, still alive, straight from the sea.

    2. Doesn't too very closely resemble what it looked like when it was walking around

    no lobster, shrimp, or whole grilled fish? roast birds of any sort? i've eaten tiny roasted woodcocks, where you are served a small cocktail fork with which to scoop out the brains. yum.
    As I ate the oysters with their strong taste of the sea and their faint metallic taste that the cold white wine washed away, leaving only the sea taste and the succulent texture, and as I drank their cold liquid from each shell and washed it down with the crisp taste of the wine, I lost the empty feeling and began to be happy and to make plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodletoy View Post
    many, many times, i have eaten live scallop that twitches when you squeeze citrus on it. yuzu juice is especially good. sea urchin, still alive, straight from the sea.

    I can't do that... moving around is too much. Except if I were to eat bugs, I could probably eat them live.


    no lobster, shrimp, or whole grilled fish? roast birds of any sort? i've eaten tiny roasted woodcocks, where you are served a small cocktail fork with which to scoop out the brains. yum.
    You know, I guess I didn't count those things, as I eat them all the time. I do get a bit squiked out by whole grilled fish, I mostly just don't want my food looking at me.

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