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So Good Or No Good: Want Some Wasabi?

Welcome to this week's edition of the Funny Community weekly game - "SO GOOD OR NO GOOD"! At the beginning of every week, I post to ask your opinion on various things that a lot of people either strongly love or strongly hate, and then share the full community results!
Last week I asked you how you felt about eating cow tongue! Out of the 62 users who voted either way, cow tongue was decided to be 'SO GOOD' by 37 voters.
That means COW TONGUE IS SO GOOD!!!!!!! (And damn, we've got some adventurous foodies in this community. I kind of love it.)
This week's game is taking us to a completely different region - Japan! Which one of you out there can handle your food with a kick?

Is wasabi SO good or NO good?

Wasabi, as we know it, is a paste made from the Japanese wasabi root - with a burn similar to the horseradish.

It's incorporated into many traditional Japanese dishes, but is most famous as the 'zip' to a perfect bite of sushi.

Also, due to its creeping level of heat, it's a vital ingredient for any good food prank!

But now I want to know:

Do you think wasabi is SO GOOD or NO GOOD? Have you had it before? And if not, is it something that you'd be willing to try?

Debate, debate, debate!

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is so good it clears the sinus'
love wasabi. what did sushi A say to sushi B? Was-a-bi!?
oh no oh no oh no. I can't stand wasabi. the burn is not something I handle very well. wasabi is not for me. kudos to those who eat it.
NO GOOD its so disgusting never one time I tried the candy too never again
Love it. I hardly eat sushi without it, and I add more to keep stealing hands of friends off it.
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