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I went to Tim Hortons to get a frozen lemonade which is my favourite thing probably ever. It was disgusting. So I assumed they made it wrong and went to a different Timmies. Same thing. So I went to a THIRD Timmies and... same thing! My BF, who also loves that drink, tried them all and said they tasted 100% normal. I just thought he was crazy. So I went to Fortino's and got potato wedges, another favourite. I bit into one and it tasted like bugs or leaves or something. Just nasty. I made a terrible face and was like "what am I eating?!". My BF and friend tasted them and both said they were normal lol. Same with my Lucky Charms for breakfast and the peach juice I just tried to drink .
I think its because your sense of smell and taste is so sensitive now. Of the things I can bring my self to eat, I am finding most of them too sweet or too salty. I eat a lot of fruit , bread and cheese right now.
Originally Posted by ashleyjo
Yea-- nothing tastes good over here.. Except panera mac & cheese..
I wish I could have grilled cheese . I've noticed that the only times I've thrown up is when I've eaten grilled cheese. And anything with garlic immediately sends me to the bathroom, before I LOVED garlic.
Everything tastes different to me, and usually in a very bad way. I can't even eat chocolate anymore... most fruit tastes ok, and buttered English muffins. But I had an everything bagel that I was craving today and it tasted disgusting!
Even filtered water is strange, and I used to love water.