For me it's V8. I like drinking vegetable juice quite often and every time someone catches me drinking it they say it's disgusting.
What's yours? Weird combinations of food count too.
Most Helpful Girl
I only ever drink water. A lot. If I drink juice or something, it'll be something I 'reward' myself with as a treat after a really long workout or something.
I'm big on spicy foods, too. I'll add wasabi to the soysauce even if the sushi I ordered was a 'spicy salmon roll' or something. I'll sprinkle whichever meal I have besides breakfast, be it a ham sandwich for lunch or fish+potatoes for dinner, with cajun. :)1
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Most Helpful Guy
I don't have any super weird things that I like to eat but I eat some things that not everyone enjoys. For example I'm very much into raw things. This includes Tartare, a delicacy from France. It's basically raw, minced beef, mixed with parsley, one raw egg, shallots, capers, mustard, worcester sauce, salt and pepper and sometimes a few other ingredients. I also love sushi and sashimi and contrary to most western people who eat sushi, I also like the more exotic ones besides tuna and salmon (for example squid).
Another slightly weird thing I like a lot is eating butter just like that, without bread or anything else. It may sound strange but it actually tastes really great. Maybe it's also because we have such happy cows in Switzerland and our dairy products are generally outstanding. Eating little pieces of butter as snack is something I've learned from my dad. He likes to go to night clubs and party at the weekends (he's totally into salsa) and so he usually comes home very late (or early). He doesn't drink alcohol in the nightclub because it makes him tipsy and he can't dance well anymore but back when I still lived at home and I came home at 4 a. m. or so on Saturday or Sunday mornings from a friend's place or maybe I woke up in the night, he would be standing in the kitchen, still wearing his jacket, reading the newspaper, drinking a glass of whiskey and eating butter. It's probably only due to the fact that he dances a lot that he never got overweight ;-). I don't work out quite as much so I have to be more modest with my butter consumption :-).
And finally, another thing I love is all the different Korean side dishes. My girlfriend is Korean and so I get to eat lots of Korean food. Most people who know a thing or two about Korea know Kimchi but there are many other side dishes that are important for the Korean cuisine. Some of them have a very distinct smell and taste and not every westerner likes them. Kinda like the Natto beans in Japanese cuisine for example.1