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Victoria Barrett Jan 19
Former poor kids: what are some things you have in your house that you *never* had as a kid, things your not-poor friends would never consider luxuries?
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Alan Heathcock
Space heater, books not from the library, vegetables not from a can.
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Victoria Barrett Jan 19
Replying to @alanheathcock
Vegetables! For the first few years on my own, I was like, “What the fuck do I do with these?”
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Mizzo Jan 19
I was almost 30 before I discovered I liked green beans because I had only ever had them canned.
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A. Caldwell Jan 21
Vegetables not from a can is a big one. I refuse to eat vegetables out of a can aside from beans and tomatoes
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Christina Jan 22
To this day I refuse to eat canned vegetables. It’s so empowering to have the choice to choose something different and healthier.
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Amy M. Jan 23
I grew up in a town with a Green Giant canning factory. Because a relative worked for them, we were able to get cases of dented veggies for cheap. My grandparents lived in the next town over, and grew fresh veggies. I grew up on both and still today cannot eat frozen.
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Quiet Muse Feb 9
Omg I hated green beans for the longest time because I associated them with canned mush.
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