Twitter reacts to healthy, green boerewors...

Twitter reacts to healthy, green boerewors

We also have a few feelings (and questions) about this one...

Groen boerewors

As South Africans, we tend to be very serious about a braai.

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Does anyone even really know why? Probably not! But that doesn't matter.

A key ingredient to a successful braai is a good boerewors, or actually just any preferred meat of choice.

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Although boerewors is very proudly South African, we also admire individuals who have chosen to choose a plant-based, vegan, or vegetarian lifestyle.

It takes willpower and sometimes it's not a matter of choice as many people have allergies or intolerances toward meat.

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These diets, as it's been proven, also tend to help with weight loss, treat heart disease and diabetes, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and lower the risk of certain cancers.

Meat substitutes have even come a long way and you can find vegan food that tastes just as good as actual meat.

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But it seems like every type of food community came together when they saw "this monstrosity".

Twitter user @SOWETO_food posted the below Tweet:

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The "green"-boerewors started making the rounds on social media, and users on every platform were confused and would not accept his alternative.

This plant-based/vegan/veggie option might be better, but the colour though?

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Have a look at some of the best responses: 

Is it actually delicious? If it is, we will probably never find out (oops). 

Main image courtesy of Twitter

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