Trying new foods.. results in a stomach ache!

United States
November 10, 2016 1:46am CST
The food items I typically get at the bakery wasn't available, so I decided to try something new that I never ate before. Today I tried: - Bread topped with shredded cheese and spicy sausage with a drizzle of a special sauce - Chocolatey loaf bread with coffee filling which I spilt with my boyfriend All day I had stomach aches and visited the lovely restroom a few times. This is why I don't open my bubble to trying new items/foods sometimes. My boyfriend had no problem with his food though, hmph! Does this ever happen to you? Trying something new which results in a stomach ache or worse?
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@SIMPLYD (74865)
• Philippines
10 Nov 16
You have a sensitive stomach while your boyfriend have a "jungle" stomach .
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@SIMPLYD (74865)
• Philippines
10 Nov 16
@bbai16kg It's one term i learned from the security guards of the bank in Manila i was having training when i was still a newbie in that bank , which means a stomach that can withstand even those not so good foods anymore. ha ha ha
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• United States
10 Nov 16
@SIMPLYD Ha-ha . I learned something new "jungle" stomach. Do you like to try new foods?
• United States
10 Nov 16
@bbai16kg Me too - learned a new terminology.
@youless (86586)
• Guangzhou, China
10 Nov 16
The food you mentioned about is quite attractive for me. Perhaps you ate them so much and therefore you didn't feel well. Sometimes eating something a lot will cause this problem. As people will have a better appetite when they are having delicious food.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
The portion size were very small, enough for only one. It was an Asian bakery. If it was an American one the portion size would be larger, lol. I personally don't like trying new foods much but I'm trying to open up. Do you like to try new foods?
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@youless (86586)
• Guangzhou, China
10 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby Yes, I like to try new foods. You know I like cooking. Trying new food will give me more inspirations to cook.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
@youless That is good you like to try new foods - I don't often do but I am trying to open up my bubble to trying out new foods.
@TRBRocks420 (60873)
• Banks, Oregon
10 Nov 16
Yes, it happens to me too. I think the chocolatey loaf bread did you in lol.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
I think it's that too.. Lol, because it was quite different. It wasn't very chocolately but it was like chocolate, inside was coffee flavored and just very different. Inside was moist, wet wasn't even good! Lol so I shared with my boyfriend. If it was good I'd eat it all myself lol.
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@moffittjc (34702)
• Gainesville, Florida
11 Nov 16
I love trying new foods, and just about every time I'm out to eat I will order something different. One of the things that always gets me though, is that I'm lactose intolerant and a lot of times I don't know that they use milk as an ingredient in preparing the meal. But I'll know afterwards though!
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• United States
11 Nov 16
LOL! Oh no! I love milk products! You can't eat cheese? Milk? What can you eat!!
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@moffittjc (34702)
• Gainesville, Florida
11 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby I am fine with hard cheeses, like cheddar and colby, but the softer cheeses, and milk, just tear me up on the inside. I'd be spending most of my time in the bathroom, especially if I have anything with milk in it. Luckily, I have options, like almond milk, coconut milk, rice milk, and soy milk.
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• United States
11 Nov 16
@moffittjc Ah no wonder I remember you writing you like almond milk - I thought it was a health decision. I love all sorts of cheeses
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@Marty1 (25646)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby Was the food at least good and worth the digestive problems? I don't try new foods that often but am going to start next year or when I start cooking for myself! It depends on when I run out of food. My sister does most of my cooking. Though I did make Tacos on Sunday! I get indigestion from spicy foods!
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• United States
10 Nov 16
Nope it wasn't that great.. lol I won't be eating it again! I don't know how to cook lol.. I don't like spicy except for ramen!
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@Marty1 (25646)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
10 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby I am not exactly great at cooking myself. I am very limited in what I can cook. I am just learning! I am eating all things that can make on the stovetop or microwave the only two ways I know how to cook and know what I am doing without supervision!!
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• United States
11 Nov 16
@Marty1 Hehe learning is good. :) Hope you learn lots of new delicious dishes!
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@amandajay (17827)
• Sri Lanka
10 Nov 16
Btw get well soon
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• United States
10 Nov 16
Thank you, much better now
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@amandajay (17827)
• Sri Lanka
11 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby glad you are ok
• United States
11 Nov 16
@amandajay thank you lots!
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@skysnap (17583)
10 Nov 16
I some of the time try new foods and it kind of works out for me :)
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• United States
10 Nov 16
You bet! Some do work out but sometimes they don't! This time around it didn't work out for me
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@skysnap (17583)
10 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby Any food with too much green chilly gets me headache and ulcer.. so I prefer red chilly over green chilly.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
@skysnap I don't eat any chilly hehe just mildly if it's on food but I won't add additional. My parents love chilly but make sure you take out the seeds Seeds are said to be unhealthy.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
Either one of those items would have put me in the ER.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
Lol but why? :)
• United States
10 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby I can't spicy food, or cheese and throw some chocolate on top of that - barf!
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• United States
10 Nov 16
@AbbyGreenhill Awww I don't like spicy either but that's all they had for option of meat lol! I love cheese & chocolate but (chocolate separate) lol maybe the mix didnt do well in my tummy!
@magallon (17164)
• Philippines
10 Nov 16
It could happen sometimes. That's maybe because your stomach is not used to it...
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• United States
10 Nov 16
@magallon Yes because it is new.. if I ate it often I think I will be ok but I didn't quite enjoy it either so I probably won't.
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@magallon (17164)
• Philippines
14 Nov 16
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@amandajay (17827)
• Sri Lanka
10 Nov 16
Mmmm nope. Im ok with anything...lol
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• United States
10 Nov 16
@amandajay Strong tummy for new good foods.
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@amandajay (17827)
• Sri Lanka
11 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby you are correct...
@DianneN (57300)
• United States
10 Nov 16
You are just way too delicate! Yes, it happens to me, but rarely. Feel better soon. Ugh!
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• United States
10 Nov 16
Thank you! I am feeling better. I had a homemade chicken salad today.
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@teamfreak16 (35213)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
10 Nov 16
Not that bad! The chocolate loaf does sound good, though.
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• United States
10 Nov 16
I think it was the chocolate loaf that made my tummy blah~
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@RitzzView (2576)
• India
10 Nov 16
my stomach is already sensitive.. I can't try anything actually homemade food is always what I try haha haha
• United States
10 Nov 16
Homemade is good and healthier :)
@RitzzView (2576)
• India
11 Nov 16
@infatuatedbby yes... Best part.. We can experiment what ever we want to
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• United States
12 Nov 16
@RitzzView i will be the taste tester
• Philippines
12 Nov 16
Then you have no choice but to be picky with foods.
• United States
12 Nov 16
Yes I am picky.