6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This is a surprisingly fun read!,
This review is from: Suffering Succotash: A Picky Eater's Quest to Understand Why We Hate the Foods We Hate (Paperback)
I'm a really good cook, but my secret shame is that there are certain foods I refuse to eat, talk about, or think about because they are disgusting (to me). For years, I thought I had to hide the fact that I hated certain foods because my friends thought of me as an adventurous eater. This book not only points out the science around picky eating, but it also talks about it in such a clever, engaging way that makes you feel like you're not alone... and that it's TOTALLY NORMAL to have foods you don't like -- whether it's texture or taste or no rational reason at all.
Stephanie is a great storyteller, and took a topic that could have come across sounding preachy and boring and instead made it hilarious and thoughtful and inclusive. I really liked this book -- and I've bought copies for friends who are sort-of-secret picky eaters, too. They loved it!
p.s. -- SUCH a great title, too, I think.