Strangely, only some meats make me sick, smell-wise. Salmon gets me big time and shrimp, too, which is particularly surprising since I loved the smell (and taste) of shrimp as an omni. Salmon, not so much.
Boiled chicken bothers me, but not baked or fried chicken. I had that reaction as an omni, too, though, only not as strongly. I'm not sure what the difference is between the different kinds of cooking, but it has a different smell and the boiled smell really bothers me.
Beef still smells good to me and so do lobster, crab and turkey. Bacon is good and so is sausage. Pork chops, ham and other forms of pork other than bacon make me a little queasy.
It seems to be an evolving thing with me. Some forms of meat don't bother me and then suddenly they'll start to make me feel a little sick. It took a long time for any of them to start bothering me, though. I didn't have that reaction to any form of meat for over a year. The sight of meat (especially meat with visible bones or fat) made me sick before then, but not the smell.
★ Vegetarian: 7/4/07 ☆ Near-Vegan: 11/08 ☆ FINALLY VEGAN! 4/4/09 ★
♥ 4 years down and a lifetime to go! ♥