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No one likes liars.
Particularly when your food is lying.
Not laying on your plate, but masquerading as something it’s not supposed to be.
Horse meat in beef’s clothing, for example.
Imitation may be the finest form of flattery, but except when we’re not aware of the cuisine mimicry.
In earth-shattering headlines, media outlets pick up on the latest click-bait “you won’t believe what thing you won’t want to eat next!” and reveal another food isn’t what it said it was.
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