Find out the foods Queen Elizabeth II never ate

17 September, 2022
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Find out the foods Queen Elizabeth II never ate

pasta

Queen Elizabeth has not allowed herself to eat starches, official royal chef Darren McGrady tells RecipesPlus. He replaced pasta with a salad, or grilled fish or chicken with two pieces of vegetables on the side.

white eggs:

She preferred brown eggs over white because she thought they tasted better, according to the Guardian, and she didn't mainly eat eggs for breakfast because jam pie was her main breakfast.


Garlic and onions:

The queen did not particularly like unpleasant odors, she did not eat anything containing a lot of garlic or onions, because it was too unpleasant for her to eat them.


Bread edges:

She preferred to cut the edges before serving her tea sandwiches, with former royal chef Owen Hodgson telling The Telegraph: 'The Queen liked tuna sandwiches with butter on the sides with mayonnaise, thin slices of cucumber and a little pepper, and the edges were served to the palace fowls.' .


Out of season fruit:

Queen Elizabeth II loved to eat fruit in season which means if it doesn't grow normally, never touch it or even look at it.


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