You see, that’s one of the things that’s so awesome about food. Whether you’re Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, or any kind of faith (or any kind of non-faith), food is always delicious, and brings happy people together. And if your faith says No to a certain kind of food, no problem! That’s what creativity and resourcefulness can do: make your meals delicious and take you on a flavor adventure.
That’s one thing Twitter user @a_leesha1 was rather proud about Muslim food. This was specially true when someone tried to dis her faith for not letting her enjoy bacon.
I think us Muslims are all good here uno pic.twitter.com/HQceNy1SMS
— Aleesha (@a_leesha1) July 11, 2016
Here are closeups of the photos she posted. At this point, we pity the fool. Like, how can you not love that spread?!
GET IN MAH BELLEH
Fellow Muslims also chimed in on the joys of alternative bacon meat.
@a_leesha1 or beef
— lia ; HPPYBDAYOHANE (@MlSAKlMEI) July 11, 2016
Felafel is love.
— Fletcher Knoxville (@Fletcher_Knox) July 11, 2016
Felafel is life.
— es (@haramhoodie) July 11, 2016
@a_leesha1 knows where we need to go — to deliciousness, and beyond.
THIS PERSON IS FROM THE FUTURE @a_leesha1
— Fariha Hossain (@fhossain10) July 12, 2016
Everything is tasty, and nothing hurts.
— ree ☁ (@wolverziampton) July 11, 2016
The tweet even opened up a great avenue for learning, which makes this post even better.
@johnkt09 Any type of seafood (animal or plant) is ok to eat. Some scholars exclude certain amphibians but the gen. rule everything’s kosher
— The Official Dude (@Ink184) July 12, 2016
At this point, a lot of people started thinking “Bacon? Who cares! I want what she’s eating!”
@megans_law right??? even my little dinner (sans floppy bacon) looks so sad in comparison I don’t even want it what’s the point ?
— kelly moran (@kellymoran) July 12, 2016
The stakes got pretty high.
@stilinskis100 Plse dont I will send to u for free of charge
— mohamed ALALI (@mohamedALALI13) July 11, 2016
The lesson: enjoy your food, respect all, don’t dis anyone’s food.