Tastes like chicken


A blanket phrase used to describe a generally positive response to new and foreign cuisine. Most often used in America, the most logical explanation for why westerners use this euphenism, stems from their bland and repetitive diet. If various foods are not introduced to a persons pallette, the become partial to certain tastes. And when presented with strange entree, delicacy or dessert, the diner cannot express their exact feelings about the experience, textures nor smells, hence saying, “tastes like chicken.”

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