Oysters, liver, anchovies, blue cheese, sushi, tofu, olives, licorice and marzipan are among those ingredients listed as the most disliked foods in Britain.
In a new study performed by the charity Save The Children, over 2000 adults were asked to list foods that they could not, or would not eat.
Seen by many as a luxury and an aphrodisiac, around 47% of those asked listed oysters as foods that they could not eat, this number increased to 57% in women. This was closely followed by 46% of people saying they could not eat liver and 45% claiming that anchovy is a food they would avoid eating.
Others foods to make the list were tofu, black pudding and sushi but it seems that some people in Britain are still very adventurous eaters. 5% of the 2000 adults asked claimed that there is no food they wouldn't eat.
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