A good-bad word to use when describing food

Useful word / phrase: Bland (adj)

What does it mean? It is used to describe food without taste/flavour.

Is it positive or negative? Bland is a negative word, so be careful if someone has just cooked you dinner ;)

When do you use it? You can use it while eating to complain about the food or when you’re talking about food you’ve had before from certain places.

Example 1: Could you pass me the pepper? This pie is bland. I don’t think I’ll buy it again.
Example 2: We went to that restaurant that just opened, but we were really disappointed with the food. It was so bland. And, it wasn’t cheap.

Question: What was the last thing you bought/ordered that was bland?

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