Just recently, a TikTok user posted a now-viral video of himself as the man cooks bear legs on the grill, prompting all sorts of reactions from netizens
Once the video was posted online, netizens started sharing it across all social media platforms, quickly making it viral.
TikTok video of man as he grills and cooks bear legs goes viral on Twitter, Reddit
Some bears have microscopic eggs on their skin and if you contact them they can enter your body with no place to go so they swim around in your body like parasites ,Godbless nigga https://t.co/ZrcG8SEmSd
— BASED SAVAGE (@crackcobain__) November 3, 2023
An X user @shu_b0x shared an image of the bear legs on the platform, which gathered over a million views.
Video of man cooking bear legs goes viral
A TikTok user who goes by @bernardh14 recently shared a video of himself grilling bear legs. In the video, viewers can hear melodious music in the background while the man sprays the carnivore’s limbs with oil on a grill. He then proceeded to drown another part of the bear’s limbs in hot oil in order to make it “crispy.” He also explains that this process of cooking involves “old-school tricks.” The TikTok user then proceeded to show netizens how the legs had turned a “nice golden brown.”
Netizens react to the viral bear legs video
Unsurprisingly, the video has garnered all sorts of wild and divisive reactions from Internet users. A netizen claimed about how people looking for more options of meat have finally found an alternative. Meanwhile, another user expressed how they would never eat bear meat. Other users expressed how chopping of the bear’s limbs for consumption seemed insensitive.
Is bear meat safe to eat
According to reports, bear meat is both safe and as well as palatable to eat if a person cooks it correctly. The Outdoor Life reported that people usually cook spring black bears or fall black bears for consumption. Spring black bears are reportedly “excellent to eat”, and do not carry much fat. Meanwhile, a fall black bear has a large layer of fat. According to the Mayo Clinic, the recommended internal temperature for cooking the meat of any wild animal is 160 F (71 C). Bear meat is reportedly a better option as compared to beef as it contains less fat. Bear meat also reportedly stores high levels of iron, low sodium, and good B12, zinc, and riboflavin levels.