Its strange how our food appetite changes....

@bjc66bjc (6745)
United States
January 13, 2012 9:31pm CST
I remember when I was a child I use to truly dislike ice cream cones. I would eat the ice crean and break a hole in the bottom the cone and get the ice cream out of the bottom and then discard the cone...Never ate them... I also didn't like pizza either...I didn't like red sause and I relly didn't like the pizza crust...I didn't eat bread and that crust was \just to much... Now I can eat them both with issues...I still don't like red sauce but there are so many other types of pizza... Is there a food that you didn't like before and its ok now??????
3 responses
@celticeagle (115058)
• Boise, Idaho
16 Jan 12
I didn't like squash and now I can eat it. I didn't like pizza much when I was younger but now i found a wheat crust and can deal with it. No red sauce. My appetite is mostly for hamburgers and chocolate. Shame on me!
@lifes97 (885)
• United Arab Emirates
14 Jan 12
if you know how exactly it works you will not find it strange, really its all controlled by enzymes and glands, its so simple but impressive also, that if you happy you eat more or less and if you upset the other way around happen, nice thing
@GardenGerty (91049)
• Marion, Kansas
14 Jan 12
Asparagus, and many other vegetables were Yukky to me, but I like them now. Meatloaf as well.