Zulus traditionally portioned their meat according to gender and age:

Adult men are eating the "high status portions" , the head, liver and right-front leg; the boys are given the feet, lower leg portions and lungs; and the tripe and ribs are considered suitable for women.

The Zulu is the largest South African ethnic group

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