Sadly, I would never do well on reality shows that, um, encourage you to eat non-traditional foods. Texture is such an issue that I cannot eat cottage cheese with grapes in it. When I did my flight training I was always the first to vomit if I smelled anything even remotely vomitous. Moral (to me) issues kick in when even thinking of something like Balut (I get irrationally (to most) angry when I even see road kill... such unreasonable waste) so the idea of eating anything I could consider a pet is a balking issue. Industrial farming of animals also makes me furious.
Through survival training the idea of eating bugs became less objectionable. They are really high in protein when you need it. Unfortunately, the best ones to eat are the most disgusting: maggots, slugs, and grasshoppers (vile, crunchy little bastages) Personally, I'd much rather munch on the inner bark of pine trees.(very tasty if you are very hungry... kinda like cucumber, but the cucumber that has shriveled in the back of the fridge...)
Maybe its a girlie thing for me, but I have trouble killing my dinner. Fish, mussels, and lobster cause me trouble. I still really enjoy the flavour of them, but the cooking (aka killing) part causes me pause. I can convince myself that if they were wild, they led the best life they could while they could, and so their end is not a waste.
This leads me to what you could never pay me enough to eat. Some may scoff, some may laud what it is I am missing out on. Still, I have never, nor will I ever, eat fois gras. Happy food tastes better. You could never pay me enough to eat a tortured soul.