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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Em chả bao giờ ăn gà Tây.

    Nghĩ cũng lạ: mình bảo là gà Tây nó thật sự không phải của Tây. Người bên Tây thì họ gọi nó là "dinde" (từ chữ "coq-d’Inde" - nghĩa là gà Ấn độ, vì trông thấy lạ thì họ đều nghĩ là từ Ấn độ, ví dụ như người thổ dân Mỹ thì họ cũng gọi là người Ấn).

    Nhưng người Bồ thì lại gọi gà Ấn là "peru" - nghĩa là gà Peru. Còn Mỹ thì đặt tên cho nó là "turkey" - nghĩa là gà Thổ nhĩ kỳ. Thế mới tréo cẳng ngỗng.


    - kỳ: từ chữ TURKEY trong tiếng Mỹ, nghĩa là chả biết đâu mà mò

    (còn tiếp)
    Gọi là gà mờ đi.
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    Có tiếng mà không có miếng (thịt):

    Top New York restaurant Eleven Madison Park goes vegan
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...meat-free-food

    Daniel Humm is the driving force behind Eleven Madison Park, which has won three Michelin stars and is one of the top names in Manhattan’s elite foodie scene.

    The restaurant closed during the coronavirus pandemic but is now preparing to re-open in a way that is likely to be a shock to many of it’s pre-pandemic patrons, who opened their wallets for its famous American cuisine, often with meat-centric dishes.

    “We have always operated with sensitivity to the impact we have on our surroundings, but it was becoming ever clearer that the current food system is simply not sustainable, in so many ways … It was clear that after everything we all experienced this past year, we couldn’t open the same restaurant,” Humm said in a statement posted on the eatery’s website.


    “We’ve made the decision to serve a plant-based menu in which we do not use any animal products – every dish is made from vegetables, both from the earth and the sea, as well as fruits, legumes, fungi, grains, and so much more,” he added.


    The news is the latest – and likely most high-end – boost to those seeking to move people away from eating meat. Last week the cooking website Epicurious said it would not post new beef recipes out of concern for the damage rearing cattle causes to the environment and how it accelerates the climate crisis.
    Rautaurant hay Vegtaurant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gác gian
    “We’ve made the decision to serve a plant-based menu in which we do not use any animal products – every dish is made from vegetables, both from the earth and the sea, as well as fruits, legumes, fungi, grains, and so much more,”

    and likely most high-end – boost to those seeking to move people away from eating meat


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