It recently occurred to me that I do vary few adventurous things in my life. I’ve spent one too many post explaining that my life is pretty much the constant repetition of a few activities, and that has got to change.

I’m going to try to have a new adventure every week. Not necessarily something big, but something new and maybe sort of scary (but probably not). Here goes!

For the vast majority of people, this adventure is going to seem so banal that it’s not even funny, but it’s sort of a big deal for me. See, for as long as I can remember, I haven’t eaten fish. My parents were worried about allergies, so I didn’t have it as a kid, then I guess I tried it and didn’t like it, and I haven’t eaten anything with fish in it in at least ten years.

In general I consider myself a very open minded picky eater*, so it was about time to reevaluate fish. I made a curry with tuna for dinner, and made myself eat it.
The verdict? I don’t want to make this recipe again, but fish might be allowed back into my diet. In curries, because I’ll eat pretty much anything in a curry, and maybe even with just a simple sauce. Success for the adventure!
♥ Rosie
* I’m really picky, but only once I know I don’t like something, so I’ll try lots of stuff, but not much gets eaten again.

Note : Yes, this is the first post, and yes it is labeled #2. That’s because the big adventure that sort of inspired this series thing happened chronologically long before the tuna curry, and I’ll put up the write up soon, I just have to sort out photos and stuff.

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3 Responses to ADVENTURE #2 : Fish

  1. Maddy says:

    Fish is not bad if prepared right. If it smells and tastes too “fishy”, then it’s usually not my cup of tea either. But hey, at least you tried something new :)

  2. Awww, way to go, Rosie! Your adventures idea sounds absolutely awesome. Can’t wait to hear about them! :)

  3. iris says:

    I don’t eat fish either, but not for lack of trying! Seafood just gives me the heebie jeebies!

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