mickie
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The lentil (Lens culinaris or Lens esculenta).

@pingveno@lemmy.ml
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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.

@pingveno@lemmy.ml
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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.

@greensand@lemmy.ml
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215d

Soybeans

@greensand@lemmy.ml
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Also, bitter veggies like radicchio or chicory

@pinknoise@lemmy.ml
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black salsify

@Delzur@fapsi.be
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I’m amazed that noone mentionned brussel sprouts

@Slatlun@lemmy.ml
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Me too, but it reminds me of this: https://xkcd.com/2241/

@yangJ20002@lemmy.ml
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spinach

@k_o_t@lemmy.ml
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316d

eggplant

@AgreeableLandscape@lemmy.ml
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Asparagus. It’s the only vegetable I actively can’t eat.

@k_o_t@lemmy.ml
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do you have an allergy or do you just dislike it as is?

@AgreeableLandscape@lemmy.ml
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I just hate the taste TBH

@sexy_peach@feddit.de
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beet by far

@oscar@lemmy.ml
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216d

Sweet potatoes I think.

IngrownMink4
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216d

Broccoli and Chard.

@Echedenyan@lemmy.ml
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216d

Coriander. Its smell and taste makes me feel nauseous.

@Delzur@fapsi.be
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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@lemmy.ml
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Determined by your genetics for coriander.

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

Travis Skaalgard
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I mean I’m sure there are plenty of vegetables I don’t like that I’m not aware of (I haven’t tried them all) but I’m not fond of cabbage or peas.

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@HMH@lemmy.ml
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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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