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Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012
It's mushy. You can't handle the smell. There's some unfortunate associations from your teenage years. Whatever the reason, everyone has some foods they just can't, and won't eat -- but the variation might not be as wide as you think.

In a recent survey in Britain entitled "The Fussy Food Nation," people revealed their least favourite foods, reports The Daily Mail. The top five on that list of hated items? The rather slimy seeming grouping of snails, tripe, oysters, squid and anchovies.

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