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Food jags


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Post Tue Apr 28, 2015 3:10 pm

Food jags

This apparently is somewhat common for aspies.

When I was little, I mostly wanted a dish called pytt-i-panne (but only for dinner). When I was 6 I had a long period where I only wanted fish cakes for dinner, breakfast and evening meal. Then that thing ended by itself.

From age 7+ I didn't do so to that extent, but I can still go for a while on the same food, but not in the way I did at 6.
I still tend to use the same thing for breakfast for months though. For instance, almost every morning this year I have had bread with cheese and apple.

Come to think of it, I also went through a phase when I was about 7 or 8 where I wanted a lot of parsley, because a character on a children's TV show ate it for snacks.
A year or so later I wanted lemon drops on everything.
As an older child it was pepper. My NT cousin had the same thing with salt though. My grandmother watched us eat dinner, and as I reached for the pepper and my cousin took the salt, she just shook her head :lol:
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Post Tue Jul 19, 2016 11:13 am

Tastes changing with age

When I was little (3 or 4), I ate a pea that was hard and weird inside. It made me barf and I didn’t eat another pea for 20 years. Now I really like peas again.

When I was 11 and younger, I didn’t like pizza, it was something I grew to like at 12 and then increasingly, and now pizza is a favorite meal for me. Unlike most children I didn’t like spaghetti, it was something I only took to in my 20’s. I now find it really tasty.

When I was little I didn’t mind fish, but as I got older I stopped liking it. I can eat it if I can drown the fish taste in a good sauce or something, but I do not care for fish. Interestingly, I used to eat fish au gratin when I was little and I liked the fish, but not the pipes, as I called macaroni back then. Now macaroni is my favorite pasta, and I like fish au gratin with more fish meal than fish, and lots of macaroni. There are fish au gratins I won't eat because they taste too much of fish and don't come with sauce.
When I was little I liked hot dogs a lot (wiener), but since my 20’s I haven’t been able to stomach it. Those sausages don’t taste good to me at all. If I can use one of two other types of sausage we have here instead, then I’m fine with eating it occasionally, but it’s not something I would want to eat often, as I easily tire of it.

I used to like liverpaste (and cucumber) on my bread slices as a child, but then I grew out of liking it. I haven’t tried it for a long time now. Maybe I should give it another chance… My taste might have changed again :lol:
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