A man who sticks to a strict carnivore diet has shown off his unusual take on cereal - and its left social media users reeling.
For those unaware, folks following the carnivore diet ditch veggies, fruits, nuts and pulses, and stick to chowing down on meat, fish, eggs, animal fats and small amounts of dairy products.
So now you know, let’s go back to Cam, who regularly shares tips, tricks and recipes about living a carnivore life on TikTok.
But in one recent upload, he managed to firmly raise a few eyebrows as he shared his take on carnivore-friendly breakfast cereal - or pork crackling in milk to you and me. Sounds, erm… delicious, yeah - after you.
In the clip Cam explains: “Now this is my first time trying this - we’ve got two ingredients: pork crackling and raw milk.
“I’ve seen a few people try this, so let’s see what it tastes like.”
He then sets about making himself a large bowl and digs in, before pulling a full range of facial expressions as he attempts to decide if it’s delicious or rank.
He then gives his verdict: “You know what? It’s actually pretty good. It actually is as well. Nice. That legit tastes like Rice Krispies.”
I’m going to have to take your word for that, mate. But I’m glad you like it.
He goes on: “A little bit salty - but it actually tastes like a salty bowl of Rice Krispies.”
Cam then claims that the snack is ‘better for you’ than ‘bulls**t cereal’, before branding it a ‘classic combo’. Again, I’m going to take your word for that, my friend.
The clip has left social media users shocked with one person commenting on his clip: “Just because you can, it doesn't mean you should.”
Someone else joked: “Salty bowl of Rice Krispies yummy. Just what I want on a Monday morning at 6.30am.”
A third commented: “Think I’ll stick to Frosties, mate.”
Another follower added: “I swing from thinking these are serious to knowing it’s got to be a parody on the daily. No idea at the minute.”
While a fifth person said simply: “Jesus, mate. Enough is enough.”
For what it’s worth, the NHS recommends eating a ‘healthy balanced’ diet and says we should all aim to include at least five portions of fruit and veg a day. You can find out more about healthy eating here.