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My Food Bucket List Suggestion: How Many Have You Had? — 10 Comments

  1. The bucket list was great I was at 49 ….but felt good about it…also it pointed out things that I haven’t tried….I loved it!

    Some of the food seemed gross..ok ..I said it..lol

  2. 70 … A note about sauerkraut: we have a kraut making crock we bought from a local potter here in Vermont, and just last week we salted and packed three heads of cabbage (about 11 pounds) and put it down in the cellar to ferment. My wife checked it today and said it was now officially at the stage where it has be put far away for the next few weeks. I think she’s afraid that the low-lying gasses might kill one of the dogs …

  3. 90. I was in Japan once and my host said after 3 days “You sure are not like most Americans, you’ll eat anything.”

  4. 76% here i have traveled quite a bit across the Us and a little in Canada also enjoyed Anchorage and outer lying areas where my knowledge of survival foods increased along with what could be eaten from the ocean and streams .LOX is one of my favorites from there but the true treasure is the handmade backwoods jerky and smoked salmon many different varieties YUMMY.Enjoyed a few of the Hawaiian Islands where i encountered the use of all types of nuts and fruits used in stir fried type dishes my favorite back in earlier 80’s&pregnant,was Polynesian Pork dish with Mandarin oranges ,coconut,raisins and peanuts,delish!. All four corners of the US coastline,been to the gulf,outer banks where I discovered I am allergic to shrimp imported from the Philippines 🙁 ,Las Vegas,Miami,been along the mid-western roadways north to south east to west and east to west all three routes northern mid country and southern also on east and west coasts roadways entire lengths.been to Canada’s western borders traveled the Al-Can highway ,been to Montreal,enjoyed a Shakespeare’s festival in Avon ,Canada where I tried French food for first time.Wow good! my background was rich growing up with hundreds of food influences from Mexican,Chinese,Japanese,Korean,
    Polish,Scottish,Irish,German,Danish,English,and deep south backwoods of Kentucky and Tennessee plus a huge Michigan and Ohio influence from grandparents.thanks to my husband of 33 yrs now I learned the difference in crabs and he changed my mind.I love Maryland bay blue crabs steamed with old bay seasoning .hasn’t changed my mind about the lobsters clam oysters and others yet doubt he ever will on the lobsters.I just do not like them and I have tried them any and every way made to date sorry yuk for me.Most of the other exotic foods as my middle child calls them are from family and friends throughout the years that I tried, some force-ably not by my choice,others by trickery if I do not know what it is before hand is a better way to trick my brain to agreeing with taste buds,been surprised that way rabbit for one I ate being told it was chicken loved it!other items haven’t faired so well in my tummy food intolerances suck and allergies are worse
    i will shut up still expanding my food horizons! Enjoy

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