I seriously found myself tempted to buy a can of sardines last night, though that can't really be the worst one can eat, can it (I've never had them)? I've had chicken gizzards and enjoyed them, I fulfilled a dare in Nicaragua & ate an eye from a roasted fish (and enjoyed it). Of course I doubt those could be considered all that odd.
In terms of meats, I've tried kangaroo and alligator - both were disgusting. Fruit bat is the strangest one I've known someone eat, although it was apparently nice. I personally hate sardines though, although as said above they are considered good for you!
Is Ebola cured? Like after 2015 everyone stopped talking about it completely.
Alligator's pretty good in my opinion. I also like catfish, but some people don't. They refer to it as a "dirty" fish.
A lot of people dislike sardines because of how it looks.
Pineapples and Tomatoes are some disgusting shit.
Pineapples (fresh) are literally my favourite fruit.
They're great on pizza.
Perfectly reasonable to hate those demons.
Pineapple is too acidic and pulpy along with the fact that i hate yellow. Rather just get a peach or mango.
Tomatoes, well tomato slices taste like some slimy slugs in my mouth. Although I hear eating a tomato like a apple or peach makes for a more appealing taste.
E: Octupus tentacles are actually pretty good if inside soup like that mexican stuff called civeche or something
I think octopus is pretty good. But I like it spicy like in Korean food.
I can't tell if you mean combined, or seperately.
Whoa. I'm not sure I've met someone who doesn't like pineapple before. Mostly because the fruit is so blindingly delicious that I never suspected anyone held dislike for the food. I'm sorry you do not enjoy the utter deliciousness that is pineapple.
Tomato is a bit easier to understand, but most people (at least most that I know) grew out of that before they were teens, because, like pineapple, tomato is an absolutely brilliant fruit. The base of one of the five mother sauces in the culinary world and deservingly so at that. It's combination of acidity and sheer diversity of use make it simply fantastic.
Personally, I suggest getting past such dislikes, or you'll end up missing out on some of greatest dishes Earth has to offer.
Eat some Japanese soba. It's really good..
I can't remember if I've ever had sardines. I don't typically like fish, but I do like seafood, such as oysters, clams, scallops, and mussels. My favorite, though, is Greek style calamari (with tzatziki). I also really like escargot, but apparently those are from land snails, so don't really count. Gotta love all that garlic!
Canned fish have never really been my dealio. Most of the atypical food fish (The ones that aren't salmon and don't look like salmon unless you're an expert on sillhouettes and only salmon look like salmon to you) are that way. I hear there's some good anchovies out there, but so far the only ones I've ever had smell like canned ass and mummify the inside of my mouth. Trout aren't much better, and I've been told I ate sardines in some pizza or another, but it was full of other meat and I never really tasted anything fishy.