Food you can't stand.

Doc

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I tried chestnuts roasting over an open fire ..at the Columbus zoo during Christmas Holiday one year. The song is okay but I do not see the attraction to the warm chestnuts. Yuck.
 

NorthernRedneck

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I tried chestnuts roasting over an open fire ..at the Columbus zoo during Christmas Holiday one year. The song is okay but I do not see the attraction to the warm chestnuts. Yuck.
That brings back bad memories of my vasectomy. [emoji31]

Back on track....never tried them. Lol.

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pirate_girl

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I tried chestnuts roasting over an open fire ..at the Columbus zoo during Christmas Holiday one year. The song is okay but I do not see the attraction to the warm chestnuts. Yuck.
Same here.
I tried them in York, England one time from a little cart and wasn't too turned on by them.
 

EastTexFrank

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Yes, I've eaten them but not a fan. The best use for chestnuts as a kid was to play conkers. (Google it)
 

Bannedjoe

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Oh, here's another one that will damn near make me gag at just the mere sight of them.

Orange circus peanuts, candy corn.
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Bamby

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Since I spent a few weeks in the hospital a while back I find anything coming preloaded with salt repulsive. Ham and hot dogs for instance have to be boiled or preboiled to leach the excess salt out before I can find the palatable. I never realized just how many items there are that are loaded down with salt.
One good thing about it the fact my blood pressure now receives complements.
 

EastTexFrank

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Since I spent a few weeks in the hospital a while back I find anything coming preloaded with salt repulsive. Ham and hot dogs for instance have to be boiled or preboiled to leach the excess salt out before I can find the palatable. I never realized just how many items there are that are loaded down with salt.
One good thing about it the fact my blood pressure now receives complements.

I can understand that. I think that it is an American thing as the same products in Europe contain a lot less salt. Same thing with sugar. American food manufacturers add sugar, sugar derivatives or sugar substitutes to just about everything for no real reason.
 

m1west

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Anchovies and liverworst. I would eat the ass hole out of a dead rino before I would even smell either of those again. Marty
 

EastTexFrank

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Anchovies and liverworst. I would eat the ass hole out of a dead rino before I would even smell either of those again. Marty

Man, I love both of them. A pizza is not a pizza without anchovies and I'll eat any kind of sausage. The secret is not to ask what's in them. :clap::clap::clap:
 
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