When people have stomach transplants they often inherit the donor's desire for tastes as - to some extent - this information is kept in the belly. It has grown to expect certain foods and regular doses throughout it's life.

Even in cases where the recipiant didn't know anything of the donor's history they can take on the tastes to a strange degree of accuracy -- A summary of March's New Zealand Medical Journal 1995's main story. An excellent read.

I'd consider this part of my tastes and preferences. Even thought it's not necessarily part of the brain. Thus to feel the same person in a new body this would need to be transfered.