My food aversion to, to well a lot of things, have traumatic experiences attached to them, therefore I don’t eat them. Actually, that’s not it at all, like I’ve said some foods I’m not sure what they taste like but I’ve imagined a taste in my head and it’s hard to veer from what I think it tastes like and what it really does taste like. The Atlantic has posted what I have known all along, it’s not my fault I don’t like certain/most foods, it’s the traumas. (Obviously in denial)
Food psychologists have long recognized that some food aversions have nothing to do with an inherent objection to an ingredient’s taste or texture. In fact, just one negative experience can move a once favored food into the will-not-eat-under-any-circumstances column. While this kind of dramatic reaction to a food may seem like the body’s way of protecting itself from a dangerous substance, that’s obviously not always the case
Other than the pork thing I’m not sure what else I’ve been completely traumatized by. But I’m sure there’s something in there about tomatoes.