I’ve started watching Paul Hollwood’s City Bakes on youtube and enjoying it. Just got to one episode where he visits Palermo and goes on about what an adventure it feels like, and how he wants to eat authentic food. He gets taken (presumably knowingly) to a local place that serves organs and offal, and they prepare some (I think) beef tongue and tripe with various sauces etc, and he turns it down, totally undermining everything he said and being sort of rude I think. ANYWAY, in the UK I was first a fussy eater and later just unadventurous. But since I moved I ended up in situations too polite to decline where I’ve tried all sorts of stuff in this bracket - intestine hotpot, deep fried chicken cartilage, beef tongue, horse heart sashimi and so on, and mostly I’ve been alright. getting to my question, I thought British were generally averse to that sort of meat (maybe aside from older generations). Is my feeling just based on my personal experience or is that a fair appraisal? how do you feel about stuff like that?