It may be impossible to find a food that everyone likes, there will always be someone who hates it wholeheartedly. Even the most common things that can contain many recipes. It’s interesting how different people can eat the same thing, but have different reactions to the taste or even perceive it differently.
Although the Latin maxim says that there is no point in disagreeing over tastes, people like to give their opinions on food. Reddit user jambo americano I wanted to know people’s opinions on foods that are raved about but “absolutely just suck.” They received 3k responses so take a look at the most popular ones that a lot of people agreed on.
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I don’t get the appeal of chili made as hot and spicy as humanly possible, to the point where it hurts to eat. “I make my chili with five of the hottest chilies known to man and kick it up a notch with a dash of snake venom” Why?
That, and tofu.
As someone from the UK I don’t understand why so many people here like musk peas. I find the peas relatively bland and messy as they are, so mashing them adds to the texture.
Lobster. I uh, I don’t understand. It’s always a little spicy and just fine for me. Then I see people dip it in butter and yes it’s perfectly fine and tastes great, but then I realize I’m just tasting the butter and what’s the real purpose of this $30 dish?
It won’t be popular… Taco Bell.
Edible only if completely soaked in hot sauce. It’s mushy, light, I’m bloated, and weirdly sometimes I get a headache. 2 out of 5 times there was hair in the burrito. I left.
Five people. Not sure if it’s the same as in the US (I’m in the UK) or if I just ate a dodgy meal but it was just greasy overpriced crap.
Beets My wife tried to convince me by saying “they taste like shit!” Needless to say, this was an ineffective method.
Seafood It stinks, it looks gross, and it’s the rank every time I’ve been convinced to try it. My husband and I have agreed many times that we would have to starve to death before we would consider seafood a meal. Don’t understand how anyone can enjoy it. It creates a negative reaction in me.
I don’t think it’s useless, but I don’t understand why popcorn is so popular.
I don’t like the taste, the texture, or the f*****g grains that get stuck in my teeth. The smell is always horrible to me and it lingers.
But what I really hate is having to explain to the people serving it that I don’t really like popcorn, no, I don’t really like, yes, even that kind of, Yes it’s a popular snack, no, I don’t really like it. He doesn’t like it