I believe that everything should be tried at least once. Of course one will not like everything, yet rejection should be based on personal experience rather than xenophobic prejudice.
This all depends on how some one is brough up and what they are exposed to in the home... those of us that are fortunate will experiment, those that are from a closed and limited envionment will shun what is not the norm......thats why there are so many places around europe that sell a full english breakfast!!!.....
Poles regard eating as one of the pleasures of life and not just as a tiresome biological necessity. A Pole expects to enjoy food
As do some english, you must realise that not all of us eat takeouts and frozen food, some of us cook and enjoy the fruits of our labour....meal times are for pleasure and conversation.
good beefsteak in Poland.
I ate one of the nicest stakes in an Italian restaurant in the jewish area in Krakow...I have
to say I thought your post was excellent...thanks for the valuable contribution