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Question #87300 posted on 07/12/2016 12:44 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Are there any vegetables that you like in things (like sauces, and such) but can't stand when it's by itself? Or when it's undiluted, original flavor shines through?

-Tomatoes

A:

Dear Vegetable,

Raw broccoli is too bitter for me, though it's great steamed. And I've never tried raw asparagus, but I have no desire to do so.

-Kirito

A:

Dear you,

Peas are gross. I don't like them in any form or manner of preparation, I just wanted to make my opinion on them known publicly.

~Dr. Occam

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Dear Tomatoes,

I'll second your tomatoes and add squash, red pepper, and onions to the list. I do enjoy eating all the food listed here, but not before they've gone through a food processor and at least pan-fried.

-Squirrel

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Dear Mater,

I've never liked mushrooms. While cream of mushroom soup is good, and I can sometimes eat them on pizza or something, the smell of mushrooms makes me gag.

Also, bell peppers. What's the point of a pepper if it's not spicy?

-The Entomophagist

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Dear guacamayo,

While there seem to be many varieties of it, one thing I refuse to gag down is this "fish" vegetable everyone just keeps raving about.

Suerte,

--Ardilla Feroz 

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Dear eww,

Most veggies are gross anyways, but I can stand most of them if they are all dressed up in some good 'ol ranch dressing. 

-Sunday Night Banter