Just For Fun: Weird foods you eat that others side-eye…

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Post # 76
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Bumble bee

Butterfly6 :  I do this too! 

Dh thinks I’m gross when I eat flaming hot cheetos dipped in cream cheese (preggo craving). And cucumbers with lime and tapatio. I also love eggs sandwiches on cinnamon rasisin toast with avocado and sriracha. 

Post # 82
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900 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Ham1320 :  uhm that egg sandwich sounds amazing…makes me think I’m not being experimental enough with my food but I’m gonna have to try that !

Post # 83
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3092 posts
Sugar bee

Ham1320 :  Yummmmm to everything you said…how could others NOT get this?lol

Post # 84
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242 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2015 - Tuscany Falls Banquet Hall

I love extra extra mayo on my sandwiches. I want it oozing out of the sandwich. Fattening, yes but oh so good. People always give me a grossed out look. 

Post # 86
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

stevielee :  I like the little tins but with octopus in them! SO slimy but SO good!

 

Also, I eat “tortilla” chips made from cricket flour. My Darling Husband tried one and said “Eww, that tastes like bugs.” I wonder why lol.

Post # 87
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2015 - Hotel Ballroom

Don’t knock it until you try it:

I LOVE dipping Salt & Vinegar chips in onion dip!

Post # 88
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

stevielee :  I also like ketchup on pretty much any meat – I love a chicken sandwich with ketchup on it especially! and steak

I also eat ketchup on my spaghetti, and ketchup on mac & cheese. My mom also eats ketchup on enchiladas, and on pizza (I’ve tried both and they are good – but I prefer sour cream for enchiladas and ranch for pizza!)

I also really like peanut butter & banana sandwiches – but with miracle whip on them also (not mayo – has to be miracle whip). My grandma used to make them for us, and all of my cousins and aunts/uncles (only the ones that are my dad’s sibilings, not the ones that married into the family) love them. So far, only one person that has married into the family has tried it and liked it. My grandma’s reasoning for the miracle whip was that it helps the peanut butter not stick to the roof of your mouth. 

ETA – I also love eating tortillas by them self. And if I ever get a snow cone or shaved ice, I want just the shaved ice – no flavoring on it. One of my favorite things to eat!

Post # 89
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

dollie87 :  Your comment reminded me of this thing you can get at a restaurant in my town. It’s a “breakfast horseshoe” (for those of you who don’t know what a horseshoe is – it’s typically a toasted bun, with a hamburger on top, covered in french fries, then covered in cheese sauce – it’s aparaently a midwest thing).

But this place has a breakfast version, and it is SO good. It’s a piece of Texas toast or french toast (I get french toast), with cubed breakfast potatoes over it, covered in their homemade sausage gravy, then eggs however you want them, cheese, and your choice of bacon, sausage or ham. It’s seriously the best thing ever.. but you need to wear stretchy pants there and need to allow time for a nap afterward.. talk about a food coma! 

Post # 90
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

Chocolate frosting on saltines…if you haven’t had it, it will blow your mind.

Also pickled anything, eggs, peppers, onions…

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