According to last night's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim Kardashian hates just three things in this world. You may expect her list of most-hated things to include mean social media comments or pushy paparazzi, but it turns out, all three of the things come from the culinary world. In "Catch Me If You Cannes," Kim told her mum Kris that she can't stand mustard, coriander, and blue cheese.
While most of the drama on this recent KUWTK episode revolved around Kourtney and Scott and their new romantic interests, there was one moment where Kim got to air some of her grievances too. In one of the scenes, Kim is hanging out with her mum Kris, and of course, they're both eating those iconic Health Nut salads. While munching, they get a call from Kendall, and the three chat about how utterly "desperate" Scott looked while traveling to Cannes with Bella Thorne, which of course was interesting for anyone who likes to keep up with the Kardashians' latest feuds. However, Kim and Kris also discuss Kim's most hated foods, and for us foodies, that was just as important and entertaining.
As they eat their salads, Kim tells Kris, "These are the things I hate in life: mustard, cilantro, and blue cheese." To this declaration, Kris responds by asking, "Who hates blue cheese?" and then answers herself, "Nobody."
Actually, none of the ingredients Kim lists were particularly surprising because each one of them are notoriously divisive. Coriander (cilantro) tastes like soap to 4-14 percent of the population, mustard can have that harsh horseradish-y taste, and of course, blue cheese is stinky and actually has mould growing on it.
Of the three foods, blues cheese might be the one that's most understandably despised, which is why it's so hilarious that Kris Jenner can't believe her own daughter doesn't like it. The momager didn't share her most hated foods, but we're safe to assume that blue cheese isn't on her personal list. Now we want to know how the other Kardashian-Jenners feel about Kim's list and what their most hated foods are. You know, just in case we ever find ourselves cooking for them, we'd like to be prepared.