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Posted 12/20/16
Let's say it's dinner time and you are served meat(or no meat) with two side dishes. I think it's better if I give an example.

Example:

For dinner, Martha has fried chicken with mash potatoes and corn. Martha prefers to not have her corn and mash potatoes touching each other. She thinks it's a little gross if the two are mixed. Do you agree with Martha? Do you not like it when your two side dishes mix with each other? Does it not matter to you either way?

My Turn:

Personally, I don't care if I get some corn in my mash potatoes. I'll still eat it. But for some people this is a big no. Maybe I'm the weird I guess. But what about you?


Posted 12/20/16 , edited 12/20/16
idc, they can touch all they want.
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Posted 12/20/16

Shiimmer wrote:

idc, they can touch all they want.


Exactly!
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I think it depends on the food that's touching.
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I often force my food to touch.

For example, for dinner I had a vegetable melange (I'd already cooked stuff up together, there was some sweet potato, and some kale, and some celeriac, and some white beans) which I put on top of rice, and then I put some chunks of chicken on top of it all and heated it up.

Most of my forkfuls included a little of everything.
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Posted 12/20/16 , edited 12/20/16
You saw this in a movie. Didn't you?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcXZuVrBAfo
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Posted 12/20/16 , edited 9/5/17
MIX IT ALL TOGETHER AND LAUGH!!!


Actually I eat my cereal dry then after every bite of cereal I drink some milk so my cereal is always crunchy and not soggy
Posted 12/20/16 , edited 12/20/16
Depends upon the food. In direct relation to the scenario in the OP; unless the corn is particularly good or the dish actually calls for it, I don't want corn in my mashed potatoes. It has more to do with me playing favorites with food, rather than the mixing.
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Posted 12/20/16 , edited 9/5/17

aeb0717 wrote:

Depends upon the food. In direct relation to the scenario in the OP; unless the corn is particularly good or the dish actually calls for it, I don't want corn in my mashed potatoes.


If the corn isn't good I wouldn't even eat it <_<;;

Good corn or GTFO no excuses.
Posted 12/20/16
When my sister was little she hated food that touched each other. Naturally, I took advantage of that flaw often
Posted 12/20/16

Rujikin wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Depends upon the food. In direct relation to the scenario in the OP; unless the corn is particularly good or the dish actually calls for it, I don't want corn in my mashed potatoes.


If the corn isn't good I wouldn't even eat it <_<;;

Good corn or GTFO no excuses.


My definition of "good corn" is what I can only pick up at farmer's markets, personally grow, or from a relative of mine. I always run out long before I can restock. It's hell.
Posted 12/20/16
It doesn't bug me at all.
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Posted 12/20/16

aeb0717 wrote:


Rujikin wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Depends upon the food. In direct relation to the scenario in the OP; unless the corn is particularly good or the dish actually calls for it, I don't want corn in my mashed potatoes.


If the corn isn't good I wouldn't even eat it <_<;;

Good corn or GTFO no excuses.


My definition of "good corn" is what I can only pick up at farmer's markets, personally grow, or from a relative of mine. I always run out long before I can restock. It's hell.


Good corn should be sweet, juicy, and firm. It's hard to find in a can but its sometimes possible.
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I don't have a problem with that but one thing I hate is when a person using a utensil to get out some food that they already used to get another type of food for example my mom would cook neckbones and the same spoon my sister would use to get the neckbones out of the pot she would use to get some macaroni.
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Lemontitties wrote:

I think it depends on the food that's touching.


Example would be mac and cheese with string beans. Like If the mac and cheese and the string beans were touching each other or completely mixed. Would you eat it mixed or rather have them apart?



aeb0717 wrote:

Depends upon the food. In direct relation to the scenario in the OP; unless the corn is particularly good or the dish actually calls for it, I don't want corn in my mashed potatoes. It has more to do with me playing favorites with food, rather than the mixing.


So would you prefer to have your corn and mash potatoes on separate sides of the plate where they aren't even near each other?
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