Things you eat that other people find strange

posted 1 year ago in Food
Post # 76
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Busy bee

Hahaha I really enjoyed this thread!

My list…

1. drinking whole milk with a black licorice straw (a lot of people think this is gross hahaha) I’ve been doing it since I was a kid 

2. Yellow mustard on pancakes with cheese and breakfast sausage 

3. Serious addiction to sour cream, mayo and garlic. I dip bacon in sour cream. I go through a CostCo bottle of mayo a month and my SO complains about too much garlic all the time hahahaa 

 

Post # 77
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2019 - City, State

When I was a kid I used to eat peanut butter and cheese sandwhiches, and occasionally I’d dip carrots in peanut butter.

I blend vanilla yogurt, cottage cheese, and maple syrup together and put it on french toast.

Bacon and chocolate is amazing. I honestly can’t think of a food I wouldn’t try adding bacon to.

I add onions and garlic to mac n cheese (I don’t think this is weird at all but everyone who sees me do it thinks I’m weird), sometimes I add balsamic vinegar too

Cottage cheese and noodles (I also add garlic, sometimes balsamic vinegar)

Cottage cheese on salad instead of any other sort of dressing

Basically cottage cheese, bacon, garlic, and balsamic vinegar can be put on almost anything and I will eat it.

Post # 79
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Newbee

This thread is so much fun!

I eat Doritos with cottage cheese or cream cheese (depending on what we have at the time) and I can eat both by themselves with a spoon.

I eat tomatoes like they’re apples and I sprinkle salt onto it between each bite. 

I eat tomato sandwiches, just bread, sliced tomatoes, and mayo (maybe some salt and pepper).

I eat potted meat spread on saltine crackers and I eat those Vienna sausages by themselves. 

I eat avocado by itself with just salt (I saw a PP mention this, but I know so many people who do this where I live so I don’t think it’s that uncommon lol). 

A weird thing my family does but I don’t, is that they pour pickle juice all over their popcorn or they get a bowl of the juice and dip the popcorn in it, then drink the juice of course! Lol

Post # 80
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Sugar bee

Grilled cheese with peanut butter on the bread – so good!

Ketchup on scrambled eggs or peanut butter on scrambled eggs

Peanut butter, grape jelly, bacon burger. They sell this at a restaurant we love. There are no condiments on it, other than those three things. 

Ketchup on most all potato things, baked potatoes with ketchup, roasted potatoes, hash browns, sweet potato fries 

Post # 81
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

This thread is making my pregnant butt crave SO MANY WEIRD THINGS.

Post # 82
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Busy bee

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mirandaperanda :  I also LOVE tomato mayo sandwiches. Eat this at least a few times a week! 

Post # 83
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Newbee

microwaves apples with colby jack cheese 🙂 its one of my favorites 

Post # 84
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2018

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pawneegoddess :  I also like to dip carrots in peanut butter! My coworkers think it’s strange…

Post # 85
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2019

Everyone always thinks this is so weird but it’s SO GOOD. So you take egg salad (my recipe is super basic: eggs, mayo, tiny bit of mustard, pickles, and dill) and then use it as a dip for cheddar sour cream chips. The brand of chips doesn’t matter but it HAS to be cheddar sour cream. 

Post # 86
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2019 - Turkey

I sometimes like to eat cake or desserts with yogurt drink (yogurt, salt and water). 

I put granulated coffee and some sugar to yogurt, yum! 

My all time favorite cheese is cottage cheese. Unfortunately we don’t have it where I currently live. But when I get my hands on cottage cheese I wrap it to another sort of cheese, or spoon it just as is. No bread. 

Also, try roasted walnuts with popcorn, the best flavor on earth. 

 

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gimmepretty :  Avocado toast without salt is unthinkable for me. Sooo, you go girl! I also drizzle lemon on top. 

Post # 87
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2019

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mrss9 :  I usually don’t top it with dressing but I think rice and salad mixed is great! 

Post # 88
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2019

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threecrazycats :  HAHAHA it was an impulsive decision when my shredded carrots were about to go bad and I enjoy the flavor combo! Don’t judge me! 😂

Post # 89
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 1997

Dh just reminded me that I like french fries dipped in ice cream. He thinks that’s weird, but it’s just the sweet-salty thing, like chocolate covered pretzels to me. I like potato chips and ice cream, too – especially chocolate ice cream. 

Post # 90
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Helper bee

My big pregnancy craving with all of my kids was buttered pasta (preferably egg noodles, but penne/fusilli/rotini would do) with a generous sprinkling of powdered gravy from a packet. Still love it. Still ashamed. 

Other things I love and don’t think are weird (but others tell me that they’re strange or gross)… a lot of them are apparently tuna based 😂:

– Cinnamon raisin bagels with cheddar cheese broiled on top 

– Rice and tuna mixed together and topped with loads of sriracha 

– Peanut butter, cheese (preferably Brie or jack), sautéed mushrooms, and bacon on a burger (will also accept Brie and pear on a burger

– Tuna pasta salad with hummus instead of mayo

– Pepperoni in lasagna 

– Apple, cucumber and either tuna or feta salad with balsamic dressing.

– Cinnamon sugared and broiled grapefruit 

– Barbequed salmon topped with cranberry sauce 

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