Foods that you have never tried

but that you want to. Watched a film about dorayaki the other day and now really want one. It’s pancakes filled with bean paste??

Haggistoastie.flac

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mate you were about a mile away from there the other day!

Would need to be in the comfort of my own home with all that cheese on it. I think gassing your opponents is frowned upon as poor sportsmanship.

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Never had a Pot Noodle.

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I have never had a ramen.

oh my word!

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Oysters

Call me uncultured but I finally had ramen the other day and it didn’t disappoint

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They sell them at the Japan Centre.

They’re alright, nothing too exciting.

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never eaten a good piece of fish outside of cornish fish and chips.

I went on a date at the weekend with someone who had never once drunk tea or coffee in their life. Really can’t fathom how that’s possible.

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are they sweet? sorta imagine the bean paste being v savoury

Yeah I’m not a huge fan of your noodle-y broth things. Like your pho’s and whatnot. A good ramen looks like a fine thing, but I’ve not actively sought one out.

However if we’re talking bibimbap I will monster those all day long.

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Can sort of see that. Outside of a taste of tea as a child I’ve never drunk it, and I probably didn’t try coffee until I was about 16, and wasn’t a regular drinker for a decade after that.

Khaleesi!

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Had some udon the other week at the new Koya outpost by Cannon St. It was really fucking boring. I know I’m meant to appreciate the depth of flavour in the stock, but it was basically just plain noodles in salty water with a bit of grey pork mince.

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find this really annoying for some reason

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Never tried oysters because the thought knocks me sick and nobody’s ever ordered them or even spoke about them aloud in public without coming across as a huge, huge douche.

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Just seems like it would be too many No Thankses. Like after the two hundredth time someone asked if you’d like a tea or coffee you’d be like “Fuck it, go on then”. Guess it’s pretty admirable in a way.

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