Thanks ladies! I am 17 weeks tomorrow and I've had maybe two days since January wherein I haven't woken up and dry heaved. It's easier to ignore, however. I am able to keep mostly everything down so I know I have it better than several women.
What tended to work for me, unfortunately, was greasy, hangover food (Chinese food, fast food). I think it was the salt, honestly, because my own home cooking has little to no sodium in it and I have not been able to eat a lot of what I cook. I used to make skinless boneless chicken breasts at least three times per week but that especially makes me want to run for the hills. I'm still not 100% on grilled chicken but I can eat it in some salads so I don't classify that as a food aversion exactly.
No cravings, either - my Panda Express desires I believe were more related to wanting salty but less greasy foods that were readily available. Although now I really really really REALLY want a Cheerwine and it is not sold within at least 150 miles of me.
(And I also want to clarify that I am NOT seeking medical advice; rather, I'm interested in others' stories, old wives' tales and non-pharmacological ways that have worked for others.)