Translation:I don't eat pork.
Reading this comment reminded me of a Brazillian friend I had who was telling us a story about how he was in the Amazon jungles chasing down this "pork" (read: boar) and trying to catch it and eat it. I believe that at least Portuguese doesn't have a specific word to seperate "pig meat" and "pig" in general like pork in English, hence why he was using the word pork when he should have been using boar or pig...
That being said, "pork meat" sounds awkward in English... but I would be curious if Duo accepts "pig meat" or even "pig" instead.
Like, ramen with a huge piece of tonkatsu on it? If it isn't tonkotsu ramen that we are talking about, then is this "tonkatsu ramen" soy sauce based or miso based (seeing that it isn't tonkotsu and probably not salt based)? I am curious as I flippin love ramen, especially the tonkotsu variety.
Muslims believe that Moses and Jesus also came with the message of Islam and hold them with high regard as great prophets. But we believe their books and beliefs got corrupted over time so God sent the Qur'an and vowed that this book would never be changed and it is still the same as it was 1400 years ago perfectly preserved.