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Guest Krrypton

The food you can't stand.

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Guest chibiottoman

Anything made of leek and many food made of offal. ~X(

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Guest pandiculation

ugh i really can't stand anything fried banana

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Guest nanvoc

Prawns/crab/scallops/octopus by it self, with other things yes, but by themselves I can't stand it. I also hate rocket (the awful lettuce tasting stuff). Another thing I would most likely hate eating...even looking at is probably the infamous live octopus in Korea. I would be to scared to even go near those flailing tentacles. 

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Guest mark999

Cabbage! Actually i watched a TV program and they say that many people dont like cabbage...

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Guest scejsl

I'm korean but I just HATE kimchi. =X rotten cabbage. gross

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Guest evehelen

Boiled eggs. I'm sensitive to smells, and I just can't handle their smell. Also Ketchup, because I think it's too overpowering and makes it so you can't taste anything it's on, just the ketchup.

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Guest cheerydumdum

Asparagus and some vegetable called chrysanthemum greens (I only know what it's called in Chinese and looked up the translation on wiki haha). Makes me gag.

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too many to post, I'm a picky eater. For some reason I hate onions (like the ones they put on top of a bowl of noodles) and bean sprouts. And I have a phobia of Enoki mushrooms. They're creepy

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Guest raucoussmiling

Raw carrot sticks. It's fine cooked/shredded, but I can't do raw sticks

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Guest inn0c3nt_ang3l

Banana. doesn't matter how it's cook or not cook either. It's disgusting. the look, the taste, the smell. all disgusting.
Also, jelly/jam. IDK how people eat it. It's so...ughhhh

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Guest YeongS

Celery. Parsley. Green onions. Scallion. Spring onions.
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As you can see, it's from the same family.  

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Guest immortalblue

Sesame leaves... It's a common food wrap in Korean BBQ. The taste is too astringent for me ;-(Otherwise, I am very open to all types of food! Bring it on! 

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