Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Semper Fi, Marine! I've never been in a situation like that myself, but I can understand your frustration as you say you love to experience many different types of food. BTW, I learned something from your description of sushi and sashimi; I always thought that sushi was raw fish, too. I don't think you are going to be able to change her attitudes about food, so my advice would be to look at the other things that you find attractive about her, and if those things outweigh her eating habits, then stay with her; if not, move on and look for someone who shares your culinary enthusiasm.
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So im at a crossroad with this guy im seeing We are either going to move forward or cut things lose So i was making my pro con list, and his eating habbits really bother me. Should this be considered a deal breaker? Its not just picky eating either, he doesnt like cheesecake Its affecting the way i have to cook, and i LOVE to cook.
Dealing With Picky Eaters
Anyone who's ever dated a picky eater knows the struggle is real. I once dated someone that ate like a 5-year-old. Every meal began to feel like an actual nightmare, moving robotically through a cycle of negotiation, frustration, and, finally, a defeatingly bland meal.
Food and drink often plays a big part in dating as we naturally congregate over meals. It makes sense that people with serious food interests or extreme diet limitations might be interested in connecting with similarly minded people. This is where dating apps for food lovers come in.