When I eat foods, the most important factor tends to be the texture of the dish rather than its taste. That’s why I don’t eat calamari and why I love soup. I’ll go for almost anything if it’s moist! It’s very rare that I would like a dry dish with no sauce, so soup is generally a safe bet, since it has to have some liquid content at least. I don’t know if other people care as much (I doubt it) and I think that usually people care more about the taste of their food. However, it doesn’t work that way for me and I’d rather have a tasteless dish that wasn’t dry than a really flavorful dish that left me with cottonmouth.
For the most part, this isn’t really an issue – I love things that are smooth, crispy, crunchy, or any variety of textures as long as it’s not rubbery. Something about the elasticity of a food (usually seafood) just doesn’t appeal to me at all. Luckily, most things aren’t like that. As for dishes that are very dry, I’ll still eat them if I have plenty of water. I can’t stand it if I don’t get enough liquids to mask the dryness, which is why hot chocolate and tea are my friends when it comes to cookies and crackers. Maybe my body’s trying to tell me that I’m not hydrated enough?
Whatever it is, I’m always looking for a place with great soup or noodle soup. Yummm…« Prev：Busy at home Swim styles：Next »