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Veneto

El termine bechér deriva da “béco” inteso
come “mas-cio dela càvara” e non intel senso de omo fodrà de corni… E ciò ze
dovuo al fato che inissialmente l’unica carne che vegneva vendua al popolo gera quela
del’onto, rabioso e spussolente bestio. El cavaron apunto. Col passare dei ani el becaro
ze deventà un serio professionista e ormai da ani sul so banco se cata tuto quelo che
riguarda la carne, e tute le informassion sui taji, preparassion e coture, insuma a xe na persona
fidata.

Italiano

Il termine “becher”( macellaio) deriva dalla parola “béco” (caprone) inteso come il maschio della capra, anni fa l’unica carne che andava venduta al popolo era quella.
Col il passaggio dei anni il macellaio e diventato un professionista, vendendo tutti tipi di carne e tagli, e con informazione come prepararla e cucinarla, e una persona fidata.

English

The English word butcher is derived from Old French bouchier , from bouc he-goat, probably of Celtic origin; Welsh bwch he-goat.

Probably because the only meat that was once sold was that of the male goat.
Butchers belonged to an ancient trade, whose duties may date back to the domestication of livestock, butchers formed guilds in England as far back as 1272. Today, many jurisdictions offer trade certifications for butchers. Some areas expect a three-year apprenticeship followed by the option of becoming a master butcher. Butchers are now highly skilled not only in the slaughter but also in the various cuts, preparation & cooking of their meats which may include pork, beef, goat, lamb, chicken & in some instances even seafood.

Taken in the company of Alfred (Alftrek) Thanks

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