I didn't care for broad beans which was a bother as the family grew them. Strangely I don't mind them at all these days. My husband grows them now and I enjoy them as much raw as I do cooked. (Maybe a bit more actually - I do get in strife for pinching too many before they hit the saucepan.)
Peas & cauliflower! Still can't abide peas, but will eat steamed or baked cauliflower with heaps of cheese topping!
To gbrow, shame you were 'force fed' offal; it's very nutritious! Both my Grandmother & Mother cooked all beautifully. But I couldn't even hack Nanna's tripe, & that's saying something as it was fabulously prepared. But as an adult, have eaten Haggis several times & enjoyed it! Go figure!
Mince, and still do. Never eat anything connected with it whatsoever! Don't know why, but have a childhood memory of being made to eat a lunch of mince and potatoes when I was at school (must have been about 5) and can remember chucking it up immediately after having ingested it.
Should have added I have never been able to eat butter either - again, don't know why, but it makes me want to vomit at the thought of eating it. My sister, on the other, hand just loves butter - go figure!
I always hated mince. Meatballs in rich tomato sauce. Rich tomato sauces.Hearty rich beef stews (with tomato as the base). Curries which include tomato in them. Delicate fish dishes or seafood dishes ruined by tomato paste in them
And, I still do.