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How does dog taste?

Different countries and cultures, ... different traditions and customs

In countries like China, Vietnam and Korea, dog meat is considered a delicacy.

For them, dog meat belongs to the food culture and not, as with us, in the 'morally questionable category'.

They appreciate the meat because it contains a lot of high quality proteins and unsaturated fatty acids and is low in cholesterol.

In terms of taste, it should be somewhere between beef and game, with dogs being more finely structured and more tender. It should naturally have a strong and salty taste.

(There are even recipes of traditional dishes on the www that I have here Not link!)

As we know it from other things in the Asian population, dog meat has a strengthening and potency-increasing effect.

In China it is sworn that it is served with spicy ingredients and is a typical winter food. In Vietnam, on the other hand, it is more likely to be eaten as a soup in summer because it is said to be cool.

A widespread misconception is that tourists from Western Europe should be afraid of accidentally putting dog meat on their plates.

Few of us unsuspecting people know that dog meat is one of the most expensive foods in these countries. For gastronomy, it is cheaper to serve us chicken or pork.

A persistent rumor lingers - local restaurateurs don't want to hear about it - in Korea. There are supposed to be people there who beat the dogs to death. The adrenaline released by the dog should make the meat even more tender and of course better for potency.