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Anderson Cooper Cringes Over Coffee And Spinach

If there is anything Anderson Cooper's new talk show, Anderson, has revealed, it's that the Silver Fox is a pretty big baby!

First we discover this guy doesn't like waffles because they are too similar to pancakes, but now the 44-year-old is turning his nose up at spinach and coffee too!

During Tuesday's episode he FINALLY sucked it up and tasted the caffeinated beverage America runs on, along with a vegetable most of us have been eating since the age of two!

Much like his first run-in with a waffle, Anderson takes the SMALLEST sip we've ever seen of coffee and determines, "Yeah, I just don't see the point."

Then he takes a bite of spinach only to articulately judge the healthy vegetable as "gross" and "slithery".

Considering this is coming from a guy who admits to not having tried most green vegetables, we'll cut him some slack and hope his taste buds can catch up to his hair color one day.

Baby steps, Anderson. Baby steps.

Check out the video above to see what we're talking about!

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Taste Tests Reveal Celebrity-Branded Food Tastes Mostly Average

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Wolfgang puck and Emeril

The taste tests are in and celebrity-branded food…is just okay.

At least, that's what a new Consumer Reports taste test of 26 celebrity-branded food products says, majority of which tested comparably to much cheaper products from major companies like Kraft.

With the price increase and famous face, we expect the best, but celebrity-endorsed pasta sauce the likes of Emeril Lagasse or Paul Newman rated average on a scale from "Poor" to "Excellent".

Wolfgang Puck's minestrone soup tested as "good" (still behind "very good"), but to the chef's credit, his Tomato Basil Soup got an "excellent" rating and was called, "A soup to sip and savor."

Next time you're at Target and looking for tomato sauce, Giada De Laurentiis' tomato basil sauce is apparently an "excellent" choice and praised for its "buttery richness."

[Image via WENN.]

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