• What fruit/vegetable do you hate?

    Profile photo of VeganCaramel

    Over a year ago

    A lot of people tend to assume that vegans are super obsessed with every type of fruit and vegetable out there, that we all love salad, eat basically half a garden everyday, and would choose a carrot over a vegan corndog in a heartbeat (this is thanks to dieters perpetuating the myth that veganism is a diet / done mainly to lose weight!)

    Even if we’re the opposite of picky, we’ve all got that one fruit or vegetable that we’ll never be able to stomach, no matter how many ways it is prepared. What’s yours, and why?

    I can’t deal with pears, avocados, or brussels sprouts. It’s the mushy texture and bland greenishness that gets to me 😡 I’d probably eat a lot more vegan sushi if most of it didn’t have avocado.

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  • Profile photo of vegan-grrl

    Over a year ago

    I dislike avocados too! The texture is what gets me :/

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  • Profile photo of keepTHEfaith

    Over a year ago

    I cant eat mushrooms. They taste like foam to me :p haha

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  • Profile photo of nomeatnodairynoprob1em

    Over a year ago

    In their natural form, there are few fruits & vegetables that I like.
    I like avocado in just about any form though.
    Raw cucumber smells and tastes terrible to me.

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  • Profile photo of Fluffybutt

    Over a year ago

    I can’t stand raw tomatoes.

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  • Profile photo of lifesAclimb

    Over a year ago

    I like every fruit, but vegetables I can’t eat = brussel sprouts, cauliflower, chickpeas, soybeans. There’s quite a few actually :p

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