Offal Good is a site dedicated to inspiring you to fall in love with eating those
raw animal parts you see up there
being held outside in a field. Called "offal," the site goes into the definition more in detail:
The term literally means "off fall", or the pieces which fall from a carcase when it is butchered.
Are you in love yet? The site also goes into the reasons why offal has gotten such a bad rap, other than
its actual definition which is that it's pieces that fall from a carcass:
Squeamish attitudes may be explained on various grounds. Heads and feet remind consumers too directly that
the food is of animal origin. Ambivalence about eating certain bits of an animal's anatomy, such as TESTICLES,
is expressed through the used of euphemistic names. Some internal offal has surreal shapes and strong flavours,
which are not to everyone's taste.
Is there a better euphamism for food than screaming TESTICLES in all capital letters? On top of that, offal
has "surreal shapes?" That's all the inspiration we need.
The surreal nature of offal may not be to everyone's taste,
but wow we definitely want to have a look at it. If it will be comprehensible to our mortal eyes.