My kids love eating lunch with our guard on weekends. Usually they share with each other, which is fun and, hmm. Horizon-expanding.
I knew what ours was eating today. So I had to laugh when I heard my middle son. "Hey, this isn't chicken! It's mushroom meat!"
I called through the screen window, "Uh, buddy, no, that's cow intestine."
Him: "What?! I can't believe I'm eating cow intestine!"
Altogether, does that whole scenario add or subtract cultural sensitivity/adaptation points, do you think?