Opinion Queen of eating

The Queen

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lashman Nahkapukki

Pizza i take all the toppings i have and eat the pizza then toppings after.

Sandwich ill make it all normally and when i eat it ill eat top layer bread separate then other parts after.

Big mac or a burger in general ill eat it in stages of bun content inside then bottom bun.

Sausage rolls ill eat the outside then inside.

Pretty much anything that has layers ill most likely eat it in parts.

I use to eat a curry with chicken cooked separate to all the sauce etc.

Burger sauce \ thousand island dressing on roast dinner with gravy etc too.

Chicken nuggets dipped in ice cream etc.
 

FeedMeAStrayCat

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:jj_wtf:
but I see no issue with this. Enjoy your food in whatever way you please!
Besides my affinity for stray cats, I know I have a few weird food quirks but I just can't think of them at the moment. Hmmm
 
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Nahkapukki

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lashman Nahkapukki

Pizza i take all the toppings i have and eat the pizza then toppings after.

Sandwich ill make it all normally and when i eat it ill eat top layer bread separate then other parts after.

Big mac or a burger in general ill eat it in stages of bun content inside then bottom bun.

Sausage rolls ill eat the outside then inside.

Pretty much anything that has layers ill most likely eat it in parts.

I use to eat a curry with chicken cooked separate to all the sauce etc.

Burger sauce \ thousand island dressing on roast dinner with gravy etc too.

Chicken nuggets dipped in ice cream etc.
Reported for WHY?!! :D
 
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RionaaM

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I thought you were supposed to eat all the pieces of food together. Otherwise, what's the point of combining them all in a single dish? Of course, you can take out things you don't like, but eating them separately is so weird. It's like drinking a bit of ketchup and then taking a bite of the hot dog. You don't do that, you just put the ketchup over the sausage and eat it all combined.

Without judging (and I really want to)...at minimum this sounds really messy.
If you're not judging the hell out of other people, you're doing it wrong.
 
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† Echo †

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I absolutely hate to have dirty hands, so there is no such thing as finger foods to me. Even snacks, I will eat them with a fork or chopsticks.

I only drink bagged tea that I made myself. (I make my own teabags basically.)

I don't eat soup, but stew is okay.

I do not add sugar or salt to anything. I believe that both of these are provided in ample quantity or even excess already by prepared foods and by nature.

I don't eat bread that I haven't sliced myself.

Due to never wanting to touch my food, everything must reasonably fit on the end of a fork or between chopsticks. Everything I eat is therefore cut into bite-size chunks or prepared as such beforehand.

I don't know if these are quirks, so much as me just being a picky asshole though. :p
 
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lashman

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I absolutely hate to have dirty hands, so there is no such thing as finger foods to me. Even snacks, I will eat them with a fork or chopsticks.

I only drink bagged tea that I made myself. (I make my own teabags basically.)

I don't eat soup, but stew is okay.

I do not add sugar or salt to anything. I believe that both of these are provided in ample quantity or even excess already by prepared foods and by nature.

I don't eat bread that I haven't sliced myself.

Due to never wanting to touch my food, everything must reasonably fit on the end of a fork or between chopsticks. Everything I eat is therefore cut into bite-size chunks or prepared as such beforehand.

I don't know if these are quirks, so much as me just being a picky asshole though. :p
still sounds better than what Queen's doing with her food! :p
 

Teggy

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No wait, but ketchup and sausages were meant to go together since times immemorial. Don't tell me you're one of those who puts mustard —or worse, mayo— on your hot dog.
Mustard is the only allowed condiment on sausages of any kind. My wife makes a bacon wrapped sausage in maple bbq sauce that is allowed. Or submerged in baked beans. Definitely not mayo. Ketchup is for burgers!
 
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Hektor

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I've tried thinking really hard, but i can't think of any weird habits of mine.
Guess i'm boring.

I'm like a trashcan, i eat everything and anything.

I do not add sugar or salt to anything. I believe that both of these are provided in ample quantity or even excess already by prepared foods and by nature.
Sugar i can understand, but salt?
Legit can't think of anything that's not improved by adding some salt.

Also, how does slicing your bread work if you don't touch it? Or is that an exception?
 
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† Echo †

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Sugar i can understand, but salt?
Legit can't think of anything that's not improved by adding some salt.

Also, how does slicing your bread work if you don't touch it? Or is that an exception?
I just feel like I get enough salt from other sources. Like Tamari for exmaple, just 1 spoonful is already 700mg Sodium.

During food prep I wear nitrile gloves, so I should clarify that I don't touch things with my bare skin. And for stuff like bread, as long as it's not greasy I don't mind touching the crust to slice it because there is rarely any residue or anything that transfers to skin from breadcrust. Sometimes flour I guess, but my biggest issue by far is with grease, blood, and sticky/slimey stuff. It drives me up a wall.

This is the way I must live though because I otherwise go into handwashing OCD and don't stop scrubbing 'til I bleed. I did this as a child many times so my hands have lots of scars. :(
 

Hektor

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I just feel like I get enough salt from other sources. Like Tamari for exmaple, just 1 spoonful is already 700mg Sodium.

During food prep I wear nitrile gloves, so I should clarify that I don't touch things with my bare skin. And for stuff like bread, as long as it's not greasy I don't mind touching the crust to slice it because there is rarely any residue or anything that transfers to skin from breadcrust. Sometimes flour I guess, but my biggest issue by far is with grease, blood, and sticky/slimey stuff. It drives me up a wall.

This is the way I must live though because I otherwise go into handwashing OCD and don't stop scrubbing 'til I bleed. I did this as a child many times so my hands have lots of scars. :(
I'm sorry to hear about it.
Is this germaphobia or more related to things you can actually feel and see when you touch them?
 
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† Echo †

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I'm sorry to hear about it.
Is this germaphobia or more related to things you can actually feel and see when you touch them?
My germaphobia is very mild I think, because I understand on a scientific level how germs work and how you can defend against them. So long as I have access to gloves, masks, anti-bacterial soaps and stuff I am fine. I guess if I ever lost that stuff I would be in a load of trouble though lol.

On that note however, I guess I am unsure of the scientific reason for the trigger in my brain that makes me scrub my hands clean if they get dirty. It's like if I feel something on my skin that isn't normal, that isn't me, I can't stop thinking about it until it is gone. I don't feel comfortable, and fear kicks in too, because if I'm in a situation where I can't just walk away from someone or something to wash my hands... I get classic signs of fear, like I start to sweat and shake, my blood feels really warm, my stomach feels weird and my breaths get shorter, etc...
 

ListeningGarden

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I eat pizza with a fork and knife.

And pineapple.

And I dab the grease off with a napkin beforehand.

In general, I eat a lot of sticky/oily foods with utensils. For whatever reason, I can't seem to ever quite get my hands clean enough to my liking just after food prep or eating something like that with my hands. Don't like the sensation of either on unexpected objects like keyboards, controllers, phones... though I also really love the process of cooking and like to be hands on with it, so some days it can't be helped.
 
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sadblob

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I eat pizza with a fork and knife.

And pineapple.

And I dab the grease off with a napkin beforehand.

In general, I eat a lot of sticky/oily foods with utensils. For whatever reason, I can't seem to ever quite get my hands clean enough to my liking just after food prep or eating something like that with my hands. Don't like the sensation of either on unexpected objects like keyboards, controllers, phones... though I also really love the process of cooking and like to be hands on with it, so some days it can't be helped.
I'm the total opposite lol, I mostly eat everything with my hands and end up with my fingers all greasy and dirty.
 
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lashman

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I eat pizza with a fork and knife.

And pineapple.

And I dab the grease off with a napkin beforehand.

In general, I eat a lot of sticky/oily foods with utensils. For whatever reason, I can't seem to ever quite get my hands clean enough to my liking just after food prep or eating something like that with my hands. Don't like the sensation of either on unexpected objects like keyboards, controllers, phones... though I also really love the process of cooking and like to be hands on with it, so some days it can't be helped.
nothing wrong with that tbh

it's the same for me

I'm the total opposite lol, I mostly eat everything with my hands and end up with my fingers all greasy and dirty.
 
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Can I report Queen's posts?! Milk on steak :unsure:

Eating layers separately sounds like a chore! Plus you miss the combo of all the sauces, grease, bread and meat mixed together!

I don't think I have any oddities when eating. In my younger years I used to eat ramen sandwiches or made up a bunch of random "meals" with what ever was left in my cupboard with varying success.

Not really that odd but I'm surprised how many people haven't tried chips, cheese and gravy in their life!
 
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RionaaM

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Not really that odd but I'm surprised how many people haven't tried chips, cheese and gravy in their life!
The less people try cheese, the better.

I swear, once I become the world's dictator, the first thing I'm doing is banning that thing forever. The second one is making myself millionaire and resigning, as I'm too lazy to be a proper dictator.
 
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ListeningGarden

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The less people try cheese, the better.

I swear, once I become the world's dictator, the first thing I'm doing is banning that thing forever. The second one is making myself millionaire and resigning, as I'm too lazy to be a proper dictator.
Coincidentally, I'm currently eating some cheese that's been aged a year and a half right now! It's amazing how good a chunk of milk that's been sitting in a cave can taste when it's been around the sun at least once. :3
 
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