11 Foods People Refuse To Eat No Matter What


Known for its strong odor, durian is a tropical fruit that has a divisive flavor and aroma, causing many to steer clear of it.


The edible lining from the stomachs of various animals, such as cows or sheep, is a common ingredient in some cuisines. However, its chewy texture and distinct taste make it unappealing to many.


This dish features cooked snails, usually served as an appetizer in French cuisine. While it's enjoyed by many, others find the idea of eating snails unappetizing.


 A popular street food in Southeast Asia, balut is a fertilized duck egg with a partially developed embryo inside. The texture and concept of eating a developing bird can be off-putting for some.


A dark brown spread made from yeast extract, Vegemite is popular in Australia. Its strong and salty taste can be an acquired taste, leading some people to dislike it.

Blue cheese

Known for its distinct aroma and veins of mold, blue cheese can be divisive. The pungent flavor and crumbly texture are off-putting to those who dislike strong cheeses.


Liver, particularly from animals like beef or chicken, has a strong, iron-rich flavor that doesn't appeal to everyone. Some people find its texture and taste unpleasant.


A traditional Japanese dish made from fermented soybeans, natto has a slimy texture and strong flavor. Its unique characteristics make it unappealing to some palates.

Black licorice

Unlike traditional licorice, black licorice has a distinct anise flavor that people either love or hate. Its strong taste and aroma can be polarizing.


While many enjoy cilantro's fresh and citrusy flavor, some individuals have a genetic predisposition that makes it taste like soap to them. This aversion can lead to an intense dislike of the herb.

Brussels sprouts

Often associated with childhood aversions, Brussels sprouts have a distinct flavor that some people find unpleasant. The bitterness and texture can be off-putting to those who dislike them.

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