Don’t Be Scared to Try New Foods

20 March, 2012 ,

All types of food can we delectable but about 50% of people are scared to try new foods. In most of the cases, this relates to negative childhood food memories. Flavour is a mixture of 2 senses – taste and smell – and in many people these are inherently conservative.

The fundamental reason to try new foods is to add variety to your diet and have some fun. It’s basically a low-risk and high-reward scenario: The worst that happens is you eat something you really dont’like; more likely, you enjoy something new and benefit from the extra variety.

Here’s a few healthy foods and tasty recipes you may want to try next time around:




Parmesan Fennel

Jerusalem artichoke

Jerusalem Artichoke and Potato Soup


Warm Quinoa and Arugula Salad


Tofu Curry with Fruit


Warm Quinoa and Arugula Salad

Warm Quinoa and Arugula Salad

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