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« Reply #430 on: September 17, 2008 08:47:10 PM »

I don't have anything too crazy to add, but having been vegan for a while I'll eat almost anything that is.

I like to eat saltines with margarine. I don't know if that's weird, but when I don't have any dip it's yummy.

I loovveee kimchi, sometimes when I crave it and open the jar, I think "argh this smell should I really eat it?" Then I take a bit and I'm in love all over again.

I like to eat raw garlic too and also raw cabbage with salt, the "heart" of the cabbage is especially good.


Also, my grandma ate bread with milk on top, it always grossed me out, but I guess it was a depression era thing?
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« Reply #431 on: September 18, 2008 10:47:49 AM »

I don't think I really eat weird food, but my roommates think I'm a freak...

I eat garlic.
I just take a clove of garlic and eat it.  And then another one.  And another one.
Sometimes I eat the entire head.

I also like to just eat condiments by themselves.  Especially HP Sauce or bbq sauce.

Oh, and I eat flour and water mixed together.
And peanut butter and icing sugar.

The weirdest thing I've ever seen anyone do was brew a cup of black tea and then pour it over cottage cheese.

Ew.

i LOVE garlic too! ive grossed out many a friend by munching on raw garlic cloves. its so goooood!


and someone posted about a friend that eats flour and water mixed together and calls it "goo" in the guilty pleasures thread [you should tell her you eat that too lol]
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« Reply #432 on: September 19, 2008 08:04:21 AM »

I don't have anything too crazy to add, but having been vegan for a while I'll eat almost anything that is.

I like to eat saltines with margarine. I don't know if that's weird, but when I don't have any dip it's yummy.

Both my mom and grandma eat saltines with margarine!  You're right, it is kind of good.
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« Reply #433 on: September 19, 2008 04:22:14 PM »

I don't have anything too crazy to add, but having been vegan for a while I'll eat almost anything that is.

I like to eat saltines with margarine. I don't know if that's weird, but when I don't have any dip it's yummy.

Both my mom and grandma eat saltines with margarine!  You're right, it is kind of good.

My mom's favorite late-night snack is saltines with butter -- the butter being as thick as the cracker itself!


                                            Buttered crackers ARE yummy!  Wink
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« Reply #434 on: September 19, 2008 04:28:20 PM »

I LOVE plain saltines when I'm sick. That and dorito chips. A HUGE craving for both when I'm sick. And ginger snaps...  Cheesy
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« Reply #435 on: September 21, 2008 01:45:53 PM »

My mom's side of the family grew up in Kansas where a long time family favorite was... creamed corn and oysters.  Oh.My.God.  At every freakin' holiday dinner, right in the middle of the table. 

Not only thoroughly disgusting but where on earth in KS did they find oysters in the early 1900s ROFL.
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« Reply #436 on: September 22, 2008 07:59:17 AM »

I like to take American chop suey & put it on buttered bread to make 'chop suey' sandwiches.

My mom told me to never do that in front of any man I intended to marry! It kind of grosses her out when I make them.

Funny thing is, I'm married & my honey doesn't mind them at all! Tongue
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« Reply #437 on: September 22, 2008 10:23:31 AM »

My mom's side of the family grew up in Kansas where a long time family favorite was... creamed corn and oysters.  Oh.My.God.  At every freakin' holiday dinner, right in the middle of the table. 

Not only thoroughly disgusting but where on earth in KS did they find oysters in the early 1900s ROFL.

I live in Kansas and have never heard of that one!  Actually, I'm really glad I've never heard of that one...
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« Reply #438 on: September 22, 2008 05:56:17 PM »

I didn't sift through the previous 40+ pages to see if these had been posted...if they have, well...then I agree with you! *smiles*

A potato roll
some mayo (NOT Miracle Whip, it won't taste the same)
dill pickle slices
a little bit of mustard
Lays Sour Cream and Onion potato chips. (NOT the ones with ridges! Oi!)

Open potato roll, spread on condiments, lay down pickles (usually 3), a few chips. Repeat for as many as you desire. Kinda reminiscent of a Wendy's chicken sandwich, as completely bizarre as that is. Maybe I'm just screwy in the head.

I also have a tendency to eat anything Chef Boyardee and Cream of Mushroom soup with a fork, cold, out of the can. This draws strange looks, depending on who looks. Chef Boyardee is just tasty like that, and the Cream of Mushroom soup has an odd story behind it and now I refuse to eat it normally.

As far as things that I can't make at home on a regular basis are concerned...

Seal stomach. It's freaking delicious. Comes naturally packed with an assortment of seafood...
Moose brain - kinda chewy, tastes alright.

Ah...Alaskan upbringing. Good times.
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« Reply #439 on: September 23, 2008 01:15:22 AM »

Ok what do you think about this:
Patat Kapsalon, which translates to hairdressers fries
It was "discovered" by a hairdresser how was hungry and wanted shwarma and fries but the place trew it together on a plate so it got mixed up.
It's quite popular over here in the netherlands.
I haven't tried it as it contains about 1200 kcal (oh and because it absolutely looks revolting)

you need:

Kebab / shwarma
French fries
2 slices of cheese
Lettuce
Tomato
Cucumber
Galic Sauce
Chili sauce
you can also add ketchup

you put it in together and you'll end up with this ...

http://img179.imageshack.us/img179/4336/kapsalonrs2.jpg

PS i'm a peanutbutter and Banana sandwich kinda girl
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