How many times have you had a conversation like this? When you try to persuade someone to do something, they say, “No, that’s not for me.” When you ask how many times they’ve actually done that thing, they eventually admit they’ve never done it, but they still insist they wouldn’t like it. Many of us behave in this manner when it comes to food, especially healthy food.
The simple fact is that eating healthy necessitates broadening your culinary horizons. Many of us are hesitant to try new foods because we are accustomed to them.
The foods we’ve been eating for years were once unfamiliar to us, and the problem is that we’ve become set in our ways. If you try something new every now and then, you will gain a better understanding of variety and will be able to identify new things that you enjoy.
It’s pointless to try to develop a taste for something you know you don’t like by hitting your head against a brick wall. You’ll never know if you like something unless you give it a try. This is especially true in the case of international cuisine. It may appear to be poisonous, but millions of people consume it on a regular basis