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View Poll Results: Which Are The Worst Vegetables?
Pumpkin 10 27.78%
Broccoli 3 8.33%
Beans 2 5.56%
Peas 5 13.89%
Corn 2 5.56%
Spinach 5 13.89%
Kale 3 8.33%
Parsnips 4 11.11%
Celery 7 19.44%
Lettuce 2 5.56%
Tomato (I know it's a fruit) 1 2.78%
Radish 7 19.44%
Capsicum/Bell Pepper 2 5.56%
Cauliflower 6 16.67%
Cabbage 3 8.33%
Zucchini 4 11.11%
Squash 3 8.33%
Carrot 2 5.56%
Potato 1 2.78%
Brussels Sprouts 6 16.67%
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Which Vegetable Do You Like The Least?


A lot of people don't like vegetables. Which one do you hate the most?

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i've never liked cooked spinach (i like it raw, though).
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I guess I'm the only one who's tried radish. Stuff's horrible, to the point where I can't imagine anyone genuinely likes it. At least not without something that drastically alters the taste.
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Peas. They taste poor and roll off my plate. Assuming they are a side, also hard to eat with a fork.
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I guess I'm the only one who's tried radish. Stuff's horrible, to the point where I can't imagine anyone genuinely likes it. At least not without something that drastically alters the taste.
I don’t think I’ve even seen a radish.

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-Raw Celery. I will eat it cooked if its an ingredient in a dish but other than that I won't eat it. I can't understand why they pair up Buffalo wings with celery. I hated that. Switch the celery to a basket of fries.


-I also don't like sweet potato. My grandma on my Dad's side use to make it for my Sister and I when we were little. We never did liked it. Just give me a potato.


-Collard Greens. This one is a big one. In my culture if you're Black and don't like Greens then something was wrong with you. LOL. Seriously. I never liked them. It must be the sight of it that is a turn off for me. A food as a child you just didn't like to eat. {My Sister like them. She dislike beans. Never liked it as a child. Me on the other hand I like beans.} I don't even like cooked Spinach. I will eat it raw and leafy in a salad but I dislike cooked Greens.

 

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I don't really like radish or cauliflower.

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They taste like regular cucumbers so

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I think they are all delicious when made the right way.


Spinach I haven't really found a way to eat yet, though.
So I picked that :d

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I don't like the raw forms of tomatoes and onions. I don't like cilantro.
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I partially changed my mind, peas can be just OK in small quantities, when mixed in with a rice dish. Cauliflower and Broc is my new least favourite. Gonna need extra cheese on that one.
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I don’t think I’ve even seen a radish.
These are radishes.



I love them - they're supposed to be quite hot, they used to be when I was younger but the ones I buy nowadays don't seem to be at all. I don't know why.

The vegetables I like the least are probably broccoli and maybe brussel sprouts. And cauliflower - it's very bland. But a good way to eat broccoli and cauliflower is to make a soup out of them with chicken stock (or vegetable stock) and potato, gives it some flavour. I also like the way my wife cooks brussel sprouts - she roasts them in the oven and they taste a lot better.
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Things like spinach and even Kale can be steamed and had with a little bit of lemon juice - I like it better that way. They're both extremely good for you, as is broccoli - which is why I make a soup out of it.
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They taste like regular cucumbers so
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Pumpkin is kinda iffy but it's OK with salt and cinnamon. Zucchini is my absolute "NOPE!" on that list. I'm pretty fond of vegetables. I eat broccoli and cauliflower every day.

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seaweed by itself is hard to want to eat also. even the flavored seaweed. after a few pieces, i just can't force it anymore.
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seaweed by itself is hard to want to eat also. even the flavored seaweed. after a few pieces, i just can't force it anymore.
I ate a whole big package of that stuff from Costco in 3 days a couple years ago. Yummy!

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I ate a whole big package of that stuff from Costco in 3 days a couple years ago. Yummy!
i guess it's nutritionally dense, but i just can't, lol.
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i guess it's nutritionally dense, but i just can't, lol.
It's high in sodium (salty) so it's probably not that great for you when it's flavored like that but I just like the flavor. I love all those leafy flavors. Spinach and cabbage especially.

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