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I'm not picky about the foods that I eat.

  1. There are not many foods that I don't like to eat.

  2. I don't have many foods I don't like to eat.

  3. There are few foods I don't like to eat.

Here, I'd like to know if I can use all of them without making big difference. Last but not least, I'd like to know if #4 is natural.

  1. I eat most of the foods that I can get a chance to eat. If I had a chance to eat something new that I haven't eaten, I would eat.
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All of the three you listed are correct, but I would consider the first to be clearest.

The fourth just needs some minor adjustments:

I eat most of the foods that I can get a chance to (eat). If I had a chance to eat something new that I haven't eaten, I would (eat it).

  • ...of the... is not required
  • ...that I haven't eaten... is redundant

Or you could say the following instead of ...eat something new:

If I had a chance to eat something that I haven't (eaten) before...

  • Bracketed words/phrases are not necessary and are a matter of preference.

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