You can read all about it in this post.
I actually completed the challenge in about three months, but with everything that has been going on in life, I never got around to writing about the results. Which is a shame, because the results were rather extraordinary.
My two main gripes against bananas were that I didn't like the texture, and I didn't like the taste. The first few I really had to choke down. They were just so squishy...
My issue with the texture actually disappeared rather quickly. Certainly by banana 10, I wasn't even thinking about it. I mean really, most food ends up a big squish mess anyway. The taste issue took longer, but day by day, I could actually detect a change. Slowly my reaction to the taste went from very unpleasant, to just unpleasant, to indifference, to very mild enjoyment.
It's true, by the time I had eaten the fiftieth banana, some three months after I ate the first, I just slightly enjoyed the experience.
Since I finished my challenge, I have eaten bananas irregularly. (They are just so cheap versus their nutritional value!). They are still way down on the list of fruits I enjoy eating, but they are on the list.
So, does this prove that you can make yourself like certain foods? Perhaps not, but it certainly showed me that eating something numerous times can definitely change my opinion of them in a positive way. Next up - corguettes!