Food shaming is typically looked down on, but we all do it. We also all have food preferences that others food shame us for!Over on Reddit, one user asked: what’s the most controversial cooking opinion?" These responses all made some valid points.
- "Let's call it what it is. Meal prepping is just eating leftovers all week." —u/diablo1128·
- "Cold pizza is superior to hot flavor, and I enjoy it much more. When it's cold, you can taste the flavors so much better." —u/Mr_Smilez
- Boneless chicken breasts are garbage. Bone-in thighs are so far superior it's not even funny. They are so much tastier and more moist. —Hannah Loewentheil
- "There's no such thing as 'breakfast food' or 'dinner food.' You can eat a steak in the morning and fry an egg for dinner. —u/alphareich
- "There's no one right way to eat steak. People will tell you that eating a steak any way but rare is 'wrong.' IMO, it's tied to masculinity, as if eating a well-done steak is somehow unmanly. —u/Asplashofwater
- "Peanut butter actually tastes delicious on hamburgers. Try it for yourself." —u/lover_of_garlicbread
- “Most restaurants should stop offering vegetarian dishes if they can't be bothered to make something that actually tastes good. No restaurant should be allowed to put kale, quinoa, and a random vegetable topped with vinaigrette in a bowl and charge $25 for it.” —u/goatpengertie