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As an adjunct to P-K's recent question...
« on: 10 October, 2015, 11:28:23 PM »
... re the sensations experienced after eating spinach, what combinations of food have members tried that resulted in totally unexpected tastes?

As an example, two of my favourite savoury foods are olives and anchovies; so when I happened upon some anchovy stuffed olives I thought I had found heaven until I came to eat them. The combined taste was awful and I ended up ditching the remainder of what I thought would be manna.

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Re: As an adjunct to P-K's recent question...
« Reply #1 on: 11 October, 2015, 08:16:02 AM »
... re the sensations experienced after eating spinach, what combinations of food have members tried that resulted in totally unexpected tastes?

As an example, two of my favourite savoury foods are olives and anchovies; so when I happened upon some anchovy stuffed olives I thought I had found heaven until I came to eat them. The combined taste was awful and I ended up ditching the remainder of what I thought would be manna.

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