What’s Russian for “Careful! You’re Getting That in Your Mouth.”

What’s Russian for “Careful! You’re Getting That in Your Mouth.” July 16, 2013

Russian Scientists Develop 3D Printed 100% Animal-Based Substitute For Tofu

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  • Martha O’Keeffe

    I thought we already had an animal-based substitute for tofu. It’s called “meat”.

  • Procopius

    The Ukrainians beat them to it centuries ago…its called salo

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salo_%28food%29

    • Pavel Chichikov

      Fat back. Pure pig fat. You can have it on bread for breakfast, along with a glass of brandy or vodka. Often spiced.

      The salo that is..

      Pronounced, at least in Moscow: Sala.

      Ukrainians may have their borshch with rings of salo floating in it.

      • Procopius

        Better than butter!

  • Rebecca Fuentes

    4-H kids around here do that all the time, in a variety of flavors: pork, beef, mutton, lamb, chicken, turkey . . .

  • Just one more sign that That Hideous Strength is the most prophetic novel ever.

  • Patrick

    It’s a satire site, folks

    • Oh, phew. I could not for the life of me figure out the point of it all. The apocalypse is postponed.