Naturally the world wouldn't exactly embrace human meat steaks.
Here you are, suddenly with the technology to generate muscle cells that could possibly go to legitimate medical use, or at least with the possibility of generating the muscle cells of any other consumable animal, and you use it to make
I don't mean to put the rumor mill on a halt here...
But this is confirmed right? Human flesh, not tasty? 'Cause there are cannibalistic tribes. Did they just like...get used to it?
Ultimately, without actually eating some of the stuff ourselves, all we have are the subjective evaluations of a collection of murderers who may not be the most reliable of witnesses. But there is a certain consistency here - certainly the cannibals themselves seem to have generally considered it closer to pork, and indeed close enough that they were happy to label it as such when selling it to unfortunate members of the public through the meat markets and hot dog stands of 1920s Germany and Poland.
So unless somebody has any further evidence, the official opinion of this blog is that human flesh tastes a bit like pork. Of course, to paraphrase Eddie Izzard, that means that pork tastes of human.
I suspect they tell people we taste bad because they don't want to encourage this kind of thing.
If i blindfolded suicidesoldier and made him eat RedRoosters, wouldn't he taste different from Wonk, who obviously is on a diet of all sugar?
If we're going by usernames, mongoose tastes like mongoose (which tastes like raccoon, if that helps), rooster tastes like chicken, hurray, and I taste like...sugar. Not sure where that came from but ok. Also I vote that I do the eating, thanks.