I have recently started eating and living primally, just about a week and a half ago. Eating 'normal' cuts of chicken, beef and buffalo is something I have been doing for a while. But I have recently started dabbling in things like lamb and to my surprise have found myself not enjoying the fatty slimy texture of it-despite the meat being incredibly delicious. I still scarfed it down, just a little slower than I would a steak.
Has anyone else had a reaction like this at the beginning? I am definitely part of the younger generation who has never really seen these different textures in food. I really want to get into different types of meat that are usually seen as gross in America-mostly because I am a broke college student. I also want to get a taste for that kind of thing since I have applied to spend the next year in Iceland where the traditional food is fermented shark, rams testicles, puffin and goats head. Out of my own vanity, I would definitely want to be able to eat the traditional food.
Could there be a way to ease into these different foods? Or is the best way to just dive right in?