Is this normal?
I find cold cuts disgusting
|by Anonymous||reply 70||01/31/2017|
OP, I share your dislike of overly processed food, with little nutritional value, that aren't economical. Since they don't even taste good, what's their value?
|by Anonymous||reply 1||08/10/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 2||08/10/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 3||08/10/2013|
What cold cuts are you eating? the cheap stuff is bad. If and when I buy deli meat I only get Boars Head, which is pricy but decent quality.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||08/10/2013|
Studies have shown that they are very unhealthy, linked to cancer and heart disease. Don't eat them.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||08/10/2013|
I thought you were referring to the site Cold Cuts, which mangles pictures of nude men.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||08/10/2013|
When I was a kid, the smell of the italian cold cuts and salami from the drawer in the fridge made me gag. I can't abide cold cuts to this day.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||08/10/2013|
[all posts by racist shit-stain # 6 removed.]
|by Anonymous||reply 8||08/10/2013|
It's congealed fat and animal protein with garlic and pink dye. horrid.
When I was a kid i always ate peanut butter for lunches. Cold cuts just grossed me out. Still today.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||08/10/2013|
Then don't eat them.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||08/10/2013|
It depends on what you buy. If you buy something of very low quality--think $1.99 / lb at Walmart--then yes it CAN be disgusting. You don't EVEN want to read the ingredients on something like cooked ham or very low-budget bologna.
Buying higher quality--Sara Lee, Boars Head and even Eckrich--is worth it if you eat a lot of sandwiches or take lunch to work.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||08/10/2013|
Well, Julianne Moore's ginger beaver is offputting, but the film's more depressing than disgusting...
|by Anonymous||reply 12||08/10/2013|
Don't worry about what is normal op! Just step to your own drummer! You are fabulous as you are!!!
|by Anonymous||reply 13||08/10/2013|
I don't know, even when I buy fancy cold cuts I can't stomach eating them. I always end up with leftovers or going out to eat for my lunches.
|by Anonymous||reply 14||08/10/2013|
It seems better if you call it "salumi."
|by Anonymous||reply 15||08/10/2013|
the Best cold cuts are still unhealthy. it is inherent with that type of food.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||08/10/2013|
There's nothing like a deep-fried Olive Loaf on white sandwich. Unless it is a deep-fried Pickle and Pimento Loaf Sandwich on sourdough.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||08/10/2013|
We should tie this together with one of the cut v. uncut threads for a discussion of head cheese.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||08/10/2013|
W&W for R18!
|by Anonymous||reply 19||08/10/2013|
It's not that uncommon.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||08/10/2013|
You're gonna die of cancer or heart disease anyway, so eat the cold cuts if you like them.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||08/10/2013|
I think of prosciutto and bresaola and mortadella as cold cuts and think they're delicious.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||08/10/2013|
Baby taste! Baby taste! It's a wonder you can... er... um waste!
|by Anonymous||reply 23||08/10/2013|
The don't hang out with us!
|by Anonymous||reply 24||08/10/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 25||08/10/2013|
Wait until you try Rhubarb pie with a side of deep friend catfish nuggets.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||08/10/2013|
fried, bien sur.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||08/10/2013|
Yes me too OP, that's why it is so easy for me to be a vegan!
Some people don't seem to understand that I don't like the smell of most meat. Cold cuts have their own special smell, too. Ewwww.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||08/10/2013|
I hate nearly all cold cuts, too, EXCEPT balogna/baloney.
I could eat a baloney sammich with mayo erryday and be perfectly happy!
|by Anonymous||reply 29||08/11/2013|
I make my own - buy pork/ turkey/ chicken and slice it very thin for sandwiches. Much yummier and not nearly as processed.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||08/11/2013|
Haven't ever just had a Mayonnaise sandwich? Mayonnaise spread on bread and eaten? We used to live on that until Paw got out of jail.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||08/11/2013|
If you define cold cuts as grocery store garbage then they are disgusting. However a dry cured ham is a thing of beauty.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||08/11/2013|
what about applegate farms brand? I get them sometimes at whole foods. they don't use nitrates in their products.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||08/11/2013|
A dry cured ham is very unhealthy for you, filled with salt, saturated fat, and cancer-causing carcinogens.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||08/11/2013|
R34, but it is not disgusting.
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|by Anonymous||reply 36||08/15/2013|
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|by Anonymous||reply 37||08/18/2013|
|by Anonymous||reply 38||10/12/2013|
R38, R37 is the Baby Taste Troll. He usually only criticizes people's taste in books. His mother must have forgotten to turn off his computer last night.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||10/12/2013|
You invite people who criticize your food tastes when you start a thread called "I find cold cuts disgusting."
Why would you even start the thread unless you were looking for people to comment.
If you tell people you grew up eating peanut butter sandwiches everyday and find cold cuts disgusting, then a normal person with average tastes would conclude you have "baby tastes."
Not all cold cuts are created equal. Quality counts. I would never buy olive loaf, pimento loaf etc.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||10/12/2013|
R40, only you and R37 would conclude someone has "baby tastes." But it's okay, precious. The phrase "baby taste" is one of the Funnest Things of All on DL.
FWIW, if I were the kind of poster who ran around accusing people of having "baby tastes," love of cold cuts would be a major qualifier.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||10/12/2013|
You 'mos will eat shit and fuck shit but you find properly processed food disgusting.
Go back and eat shit, AIDS boy.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||10/12/2013|
me too. gross
|by Anonymous||reply 43||07/19/2014|
me too, OP. ewwww
|by Anonymous||reply 44||11/12/2014|
I find warm cuts delicious
|by Anonymous||reply 45||01/31/2017|
OP, are you black? If not, you're an honorary one
|by Anonymous||reply 46||01/31/2017|
Is someone having a trip down memory lane with bumping all these old threads? Sorry you just can't relieve your youth, it is gone.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||01/31/2017|
Fry them up, with egg and cheese!
|by Anonymous||reply 48||01/31/2017|
Occasional trash food is fine once in a while but I don't buy made supermarket brand cold cuts. They are a gross abomination.
After you've eaten classics of French charcuterie or Italian salumeria you start to understand what good cured meats are supposed to taste like.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||01/31/2017|
*but I don't buy supermarket brand cold cuts.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||01/31/2017|
Freshly sliced supermarket cuts I love. But I hate salami and pastrami. And I ate so much bologna growing up, I cannot bear to look at it today.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||01/31/2017|
OP was Marlo Thomas
|by Anonymous||reply 52||01/31/2017|
OP = Marlo Thomas
|by Anonymous||reply 53||01/31/2017|
Cold cuts are part of the Great American Cuisine.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||01/31/2017|
My bologna has a first name it's FAGGY, my bologna has a second name it's THAT IS I
|by Anonymous||reply 55||01/31/2017|
I don't eat nitrates. Or is it nitrites?
|by Anonymous||reply 56||01/31/2017|
If I warm cold cuts up, are they still cold cuts?
|by Anonymous||reply 57||01/31/2017|
Do people say "cold cuts" outside of NY & NJ? My friend from PA calls them "lunchmeat."
|by Anonymous||reply 58||01/31/2017|
I have to admit, I love the Italian stuff: salami, capicolo, prosciutto, mortadella. I can't buy them or I'd eat them in one sitting, but every once in a while I'll treat myself to an Italian sub.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||01/31/2017|
I find it refreshing that your dislike of cold cuts, which I share--repulsive things, is the most pressing thing on your mind. Bless your palate.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||01/31/2017|
R53 beat me to it.
And I like a nice ham sandwich. And no I'm not Mama Cass.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||01/31/2017|
[quote]I have to admit, I love the Italian stuff: salami, capicolo, prosciutto, mortadella. I can't buy them or I'd eat them in one sitting, but every once in a while I'll treat myself to an Italian sub.
It's interesting that a genuine Italian sandwich will only have one, at very most two, very thin slices of cured meat.
American style "Italian" sandwiches have nothing to do with the very austere dainty panini Italians eat.
|by Anonymous||reply 62||01/31/2017|
Haha imagine that, R62. But yeah give me the grotesque American version or the dainty Italian panini. I love them cured meats!
|by Anonymous||reply 63||01/31/2017|
I meant to FF r42 but hit WW by mistake. Can a few of you FF him for me?
|by Anonymous||reply 64||01/31/2017|
I know carbs, sugar, and cold cuts are not good for you, but damn, sometimes I am just too fucking lazy to cook and cold cut sandwiches (with a thin layer of butter on white bread slices) are just easy and quick and taste awesome while watching TV.
|by Anonymous||reply 65||01/31/2017|
On it, buddy.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||01/31/2017|
On a post from 2013, R64? Really? I'm not wasting a FF on a nearly 4 year old post.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||01/31/2017|
OP - I suspect that none of your firmly clutched opinions can be described as "normal".
|by Anonymous||reply 68||01/31/2017|
Sorry r64. I wasn't checking the dates.
|by Anonymous||reply 69||01/31/2017|
Not to be uber-Eurofrau here, but American bologna is not as good as the Italian sausage it's derived from. For starters, mortadella has little speckles or chunks of lard throughout which, eaten either cold or warm, add a bit of oomph to the taste. Plus, I've always found bologna to be quite plasticky in flavour and texture, whilst mortadella can be sublime.
Personally, I prefer prosciutto either as a sandwich filling or just by itself, or jamon serrano (don't know if you guys State-side get this). You can get a really lovely English cured ham, called Wiltshire cure, and the ham is usually sold or served in thick slices, which are ideal for sarnies and pizza toppings. Ham's bloody gorgeous stuff, mind you. Prefer it to chicken on sandwiches myself - chicken can be so damned bland, whilst ham has that nice little hit of salt and, depending on what you use, either a bit of pepper or fruity tang that adds to the overall sandwich.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||01/31/2017|