First, I apologize for the disgusting topic - but let's consider how deviant the basic and essential act of eating can be.It is likely that a Hindu would be more repulsed by the fact that Mr. Vonderplanitz was eating beef than he would be by meat's freshness. Third world countries contain groups of people that cling to life by gleaning what they can from landfills, and though they eat rotting food every day, they would wonder why someone would choose to do so. As mentioned in the video, Aleuts (Eskimos) have a religious connection with rotted fish - as do Norwegians - perhaps to remind of a time when rotted fish was all that was available. At any rate - rotted and fermented foods exist as delicacies across the globe. Sauerkraut, wine, beer and cheese perhaps the most popular. Speaking of cheese, most Asians find consuming the milk of another species of animal so reprehensible, that you will not find a cheese of Asian manufacture anywhere in the culture. The deviance of rotted food is entirely subject to culture, environment and availability of food in general. However culturally derived this particular deviance is, I will NOT be sharing a sandwich with this dude any time soon.
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