Eating Raw Meat in Ethiopia

    In Ethiopia, it is considered a delicacy to eat fresh raw beef, goat or camel meat. They kill the animal, and eat the meat right away dipped in a spicy sauce. This began centuries ago when bushmen couldn’t start fires to cook the meat to keep from being seen by enemies.

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    3 comments on “Eating Raw Meat in Ethiopia”

    1. Hotel Discount Expert says on November 22, 2008 at 4:11 pm:

      well what can i say. I think we all have to try to survive and eating raw meat is obviously one of them. It’s just part of the culture there.

    2. ZeeMon says on July 8, 2010 at 12:57 pm:

      I have been eating raw meet for years and that is one of the main thing i miss….
      You eat the red meat with “Senafich”, pepper and add a little lemon on the souce…. you love it

    3. enba says on September 22, 2010 at 11:09 am:

      It is part of the culture. Though it may have risk, it is negligible. I like eating raw beef though it may seem bizarre to the rest of the world. I am perfectly fine as far as health is concerned.

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