There are many foods that many of us could not even imagine tasting or even eating on a daily basis. Many foods that are eaten by different cultures can seem strange to different cultures. Eating burgers may seem strange to someone who lives in Asia. Food preferences are something that we learn with exposure to those foods. If we were to eat something completely abnormal to us everyday, we may actually start to like it after time. Food preferences are something that can be learned, or maybe changed over time with more exposure. The more you try a food, the more likely it may be that you can picture yourself eating it more.
"The pleasure principle does not abandon the intention of ultimately obtaining pleasure, but it nevertheless demands and carries into effect the postponement of satisfaction, the abandonment of a number of possibilities of gaining satisfaction and the temporary toleration of unpleasure as a step on the long indirect road to pleasure" Sigmund Freud
"The consequences of an act affect the probability of it's occurring again" BF Skinner