Chicken Taboo: Could Marital Discord Come from Your Wife Eating This Meat?

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Could you experience infertility or marital discord because your wife ate a forbidden piece of meat? Yes, I mean the part of a chicken that is a taboo for a woman to eat. According to one tribe in Africa, there is a part of the chicken that women should not eat. Maybe if they are sick, but not when they are as fit as a fiddle. Among the Abaluhya tribe of Kenya in Africa, there is a piece of meat that is taboo for a woman to eat. If you are found to eat it while your husband is alive, you are likely to pay a heavy fine or lose your marriage. The type of meat is known to cause strife in many marriages and many family breakages are due to the eating of such meat.



Among the Abaluhya tribe of Kenya in Africa, there is a piece of meat that is taboo for a woman to eat. If you are found to eat it while your husband is alive, you are likely to pay a heavy fine or lose your marriage. The type of meat is known to cause strife in many marriages and many family breakages are due to the eating of such meat.

The gizzard of a chicken is never eaten by a woman. It is a taboo for a woman to eat it. Women should not eat any of the boneless parts of a chicken, including the flap of meat at the rear end of the chicken that is sometimes called the “chicken butt” or the “pope’s nose.” When a man finds out that a chicken has been slaughtered in the family, the first thing to do is to inspect his plate for these delicacies. If they are missing, the woman ought to explain who the man of the family is. It is a taboo for a man’s wife to eat the gizzard and the chicken butt.

It is nothing to do with human or the rights of the woman. The women agree and the men and society at large agree, it is a taboo for a woman to eat certain meat parts.

 



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  • Comments

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      Kyla Matton Osborne

      My husband considers the pope’s nose (the “chicken butt”) a delicacy, and he’s welcome to it! I don’t care to eat it. It’s rare that we would be given the gizzard when we buy a chicken because this is not considered a particularly edible part of the bird in North America.

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