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    The BAD FOOD COMBO thread.

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    Post foods eaten which you soon regretted having combined.

    Bananas and oysters. So nice I tasted it twice.
    Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.

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    yuck... oysters...

    for me: beef gelatin, sugar, and coconut oil
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    Sweet potato and banana....Saw someone mention they mashed these together so I gave it a shot. Yack!

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    Liverwurst and anything. **shudders** Just doesn't work for me.

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    Pecan flour as a thickener in a beef heart stew. That was foul.
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    Not really a combo, but I tried making buffalo turkey necks. Not good. Ended up eating eggs that night.
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    I had avocado with almond butter on top. It was actually pretty good.
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    Pickles topped with whipped cream. I had heard that pregnant women were supposed to crave such stuff, and my kid brain said "Wow! What a cool thing to try!" Ummmmm, nooooooo...

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    As a child, my father made this.. thing. I think it was supposed to be a version of a latke, but it was heinous. I got two bites in and ran for the bathroom. It was an abomination of onions, bacon, chorizo, potato, pancake batter, peppers, tomato, garlic, and breakfast sausage. Yeah, it may sound good, but it wasn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    As a child, my father made this.. thing. I think it was supposed to be a version of a latke, but it was heinous. I got two bites in and ran for the bathroom. It was an abomination of onions, bacon, chorizo, potato, pancake batter, peppers, tomato, garlic, and breakfast sausage. Yeah, it may sound good, but it wasn't.
    Holy crap - this sounds very similar to something MY father used to make ALL THE TIME.

    We called it "Daddy's EggSlop", and it was eggs with a fuckton of anything else he could find, all scrambled
    together, with cheese.

    We HAD to eat it though, because after breakfast, it was always time for an 8 mile hike! (we went to his
    house on the weekends), So if you didn't eat, you'd starve.

    He always made up for it with bbq'd shishkabobs for dinner or some other glorious bbq'd item, but still,
    breakfasts SUCKED.

    One time he made Malt-O-Meal pancakes - pancake on the outside, but when you cut into one, maltomeal
    ooooooozed out on to your plate.

    I loved it, but my sister was absolutely HORRIFIED.

    That said, she'd rather eat the maltomeal pancakes than Daddy's EggSlop ANY DAY.

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