I'm a person who doesn't like to do something new. And even when it comes to foods, I don't like to eat something that I haven't eaten before.

I'd like to know if I used 'when it comes to~' right here.

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The idiom "when it comes to something" is used to convey the sense of as for/as regards something or when it's a question of something.

The OP has correctly used the idiom in his sentence.

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