To paraphrase, there are things that make you go "mmm," and things that make you go "blech." Sometimes, we are justifiably grossed out (hello, expired milk!), but often our food aversions just make no sense at all. And while there's no rationale behind these icky feelings, we just can't help ourselves (or our disgust). I took an office poll to find out what everyone's food revulsions are, and came up with a quite a list of, well, randomness. From being scared of ketchup to not being able to watch someone eat spaghetti, and everything in between, here are our R29 staffers' 15 most bizarre food aversions.
Finding Out I’m Coeliac Means Longing For The Foods I’ve Lost
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