DuVal F. Lawrence (email@example.com)
Fri, 9 Dec 1994 17:41:18 GMT
In article <60.8085.3724.0N1C2A1B@canrem.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (George Anketell) writes:
>From: email@example.com (George Anketell)
>Date: Thu, 8 Dec 94 12:53:00 -0500
>Organization: CRS Online (Toronto, Ontario)
>I'm researching a childrens' book. Its subject is *the human body*.
>Point is, that when kids realise that we are meat, their first question is *What
>do we taste like?*
>I don't know the answer. Any quotes, references etc would be most helpful.
I have heard that some South Seas cultures that practiced cannabalism refered
to roast human as "long-pig". Presummably from the likeness both of the
flavor as like pork, and fron the appearance of the dressed carcas as looking
like a pig prepared for cooking.