We all have things that we don’t like, don’t we?
Some people hate carrots, others can’t bear to eat fish. Some people slightly dislike cabbage enough to never want to eat it ever, and other people can sometimes just about manage mange-tout, but only if they’ve been stir fried.
Which is why I always think it’s useful to bear in mind that even though we think we don’t like something, there’s always the possibility that we might like it, if we cooked it, or prepared it in a different way.
Take my nephew and apples, for example. Full story here, but suffice to say that he only likes apples if they are cold.