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As research shows more people are removing animal products from their diets than ever before, Shareena Hamzah of Swansea University says idioms involving animal products could be rendered obsolete because they are out of touch with the zeitgeist.
Writing for The Conversation, the researcher explains how meat-based metaphors are a popular staple of our everyday vernacular but that an increased awareness in the environmental and ethical issues surrounding meat production “will undoubtedly be reflected in our language and literature” and that this language may no longer be so widely accepted.
Surprisingly enough, among all kinds of edible insects out there, termites are the species most appreciated by European consumers. An everyday treat for people living in Africa, especially in Congo, they or they are raised, boiled then dried. Their taste will remind you that bacon but much more gentle with sweet notes.
Hamza (also spelled as Hamzah, Hamzeh or Humza; Arabic: حمزة, standardized transliteration is Ḥamzah) is a masculine given name in the Muslim world
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: dug88
Do you know what taste reminds me of bacon?
Maybe bacon bits.