Every one of us has a different taste in food. Some people enjoy eating a variety of foods on one plate, while others beg to differ. With that being said, a guy from a village in Venda recently caused a stir on social media. Basically, he posted a picture showing off what they were having for supper at home. The food consisted of chicken heads and feet, spinach, and mopani worms.
There were mixed reactions to the comments. Some were saying this was a weird combination and how they wouldn't eat any of the food. Others were saying that the chicken feet and heads looked undercooked. There were individuals who highlighted that the entire meal was poorly presented.
There's a lot that people have had to say. Someone left a comment saying, "I don't know if it is the chef or the camera filters, but something is off." Another one said, "I love these kinds of foods, but this is not well presented." See more of people's reactions down below.
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