Yet many cultures treasure it as nutritional, and even medicinal. In Isaiah 25:6 in the Old Testament in the Bible, “On this mountain the Lord of Hosts will make for all peoples a feast of rich food … full of marrow, of aged wine well refined.” To me, it tasted … just like pure fat.
On the following day at breakfast I encountered again black pudding (a black disc), which is basically a sausage made with blood as an ingredient.
On the final day, before going to the airport, I had fish and chips for lunch. The fish was cod, soft and white, with a mild taste.
In between, I had a memorable lunch of Indian cuisine. There were sumptuous amounts of curries, meats, spices, sauces, breads, … It was a feast of aromas, colours and tastes.
No, I did not eat Chinese food in Manchester.