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When Shag was a child, his mum would have to make two meals for dinner - one for the family, and one for him minus all the things he refused to eat. Fast forward to 2017 and like millions of adults around the world, Shag still carried these food aversions with him to every meal, including (but not limited to) eggs, nuts, cream, avocado, most seafood, olives and more. Realising how ridiculous this was, Shag decided to do something about it. So with the help of his former co-host Peach AKA ‘The Bush Tucker Man’, he’s going to conquer these common food fears one by one, episode by episode - and prove that even the fussiest of eaters can be saved.

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When Shag was a child, his mum would have to make two meals for dinner - one for the family, and one for him minus all the things he refused to eat. Fast forward to 2017 and like millions of adults around the world, Shag still carried these food aversions with him to every meal, including (but not limited to) eggs, nuts, cream, avocado, most seafood, olives and more. Realising how ridiculous this was, Shag decided to do something about it. So with the help of his former co-host Peach AKA ‘The Bush Tucker Man’, he’s going to conquer these common food fears one by one, episode by episode - and prove that even the fussiest of eaters can be saved.

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Fussy Eater

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When Shag was a child, his mum would have to make two meals for dinner - one for the family, and one for him minus all the things he refused to eat. Fast forward to 2017 and like millions of adults around the world, Shag still carried these food aversions with him to every meal, including (but not limited to) eggs, nuts, cream, avocado, most seafood, olives and more. Realising how ridiculous this was, Shag decided to do something about it. So with the help of his former co-host Peach AKA ‘The Bush Tucker Man’, he’s going to conquer these common food fears one by one, episode by episode - and prove that even the fussiest of eaters can be saved.

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Rank #1: Episode 7 - Eggs and Mushrooms (live)

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In the final episode of Fussy Eater series one recorded live at Cake Wines, Shag revisits two of his toughest challenges with guests Lee Tran Lam and Adele Cutbush.

Sep 20 2017

37mins

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Rank #2: Episode 6 - Eggs 2

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Shag tries an egg salad sandwich live at a christening, and FBi Radio's Content Manager Nikki Brogan vindicates the experiment.

Sep 13 2017

22mins

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Rank #3: Episode 5 - Avocado

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Shag tries avocado for the second time ever, and tries to get to the bottom of why people love guac.

Sep 06 2017

19mins

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Rank #4: Episode 4 - Raw fish

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Peach tells us exactly how we'll be eating insects in the near future, and Shag discovers something surprising about sashimi.

Aug 30 2017

16mins

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Rank #5: Episode 3 - Mushrooms

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Special guest Lee Tran Lam introduces Shag to mushrooms, and Shag discovers that a mushroom burger from Mary’s ≠ a regular Mary’s burger.

Aug 23 2017

23mins

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Rank #6: Episode 2 - Olives

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Shag eats more olives than he’s ever eaten in his life (six) and Peach reveals whether wet or dry dog food is easier to stomach.

Aug 16 2017

19mins

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Rank #7: Episode 1 - Eggs

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Can you conquer a long-held aversion to eggs? Shag gives it a go with a delicious frittata cooked by girlfriend Adele and encouragement from cohost Peach.

Aug 09 2017

27mins

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