As I mentioned, Jane's mom was here for a visit recently. While she was here, she mostly ate vegan. But she couldn't give up milk for her coffee. She tried, but she wasn't enamored with the soy milk or almond milk alternatives we had for her. When she left, we had a bit of milk leftover that she hadn't consumed. In the interest of "science" I decided to try it and see if it still tasted great to me. Remember, we really loved cow's milk. Not only did it taste weird to me. I would have to say I didn't like it at all. I know plenty of people who are omnivores who don't like milk, but I used to drink it all the time.
I found it very interesting that after two years I've grown to actually dislike something I used to love. How quickly our tastes can change. It makes me wonder how I would react to a meat-based meal? Would it taste odd to me? Would it be bad? Not that I'm planning on experimenting here.
But what is even more exciting to me is that I can now say, in all honesty, that you can easily learn to adapt to a vegan diet. And after a few short months, eating vegan will be the norm.