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Even after reading through the thread I can’t think of one

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When I was a kid, I despised asparagus. I was fine with pretty much anything else, so I didn’t get any complaints from my parents. Then all of the sudden, I was fine with it. Now I can’t think of any vegetable that I wouldn’t eat as long as it has decent preparation.

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Happened to me with broccoli. When I became an adult, a switch flipped at some point and it became one of my favourite vegetables. Similar thing with green peppers in my teens.

@pingveno
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My husband loves all sorts of veggies (I call him my rabbit), but one of the few exceptions is that he despises green peppers.

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Based and vegetable pilled

@nutomic
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Broccoli. Anything green really.

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Tomatoes. They should all be shipped to a remote island and be blown up.

down daemon
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every tried heirloom? they actually taste like stuff

@DPUGT2
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Tomatoes might be the only non-pork food on the Top 10 Best Foods Ever list.

@HMH
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That’d be green beans. In Germany they are aptly named “Brechbohnen” which can be interpreted as “vomiting-beans”.

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beet by far

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Broccoli and chard.

@greensand
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Soybeans

@greensand
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Also, bitter veggies like radicchio or chicory

@Echedenyan
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Coriander. Its smell and taste makes me feel nauseous.

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It’s also fucking strong. A small piece of leave of it can ruin an otherwise perfect fork of deliciousness.

@toneverends
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Determined by your genetics for coriander.

https://www.nature.com/articles/nature.2012.11398

mickie
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The lentil (Lens culinaris or Lens esculenta).

Celery.

@k_o_t
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eggplant

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Carrot greens.

I tried making something like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qIEJqmzG7E

Supposedly they are edible, but I am not sure I agree. Maybe I just cooked them wrong, but they remained super tough and bitter.

@oscar
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Sweet potatoes I think.

@gun
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I actually love most of the veggies already posted here. Maybe I would have said cauliflower in the past, but I have since experienced fried cauliflower nuggets, and those are amazing. So it has to be peas for me. Peas are just not my thing.

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Sometimes I wonder whether most people who hate a vegetable mostly just have bad experiences with how it’s served. Mushy cauliflower without much seasoning is boring, but there are plenty of ways to use it that are excellent, especially if you are enhancing something else like making a soup creamy.

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