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Cattle of the Glan cattle breed stand on a pasture on October 20, 2008 at a farm in Hermespand, western Germany. 20 years ago, German farmer Horst Backmann started to breed the so-called Glan cattle, as the traditional breed was almost extinct. The number of Glan cattle living in Germany is now at about 2,000. The animals are mainly used for milk- and beef production.     AFP PHOTO    DDP/TORSTEN SILZ    GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read TORSTEN SILZ/AFP/Getty Images) Cattle of the Glan cattle breed stand on a pasture on October 20, 2008 at a farm in Hermespand, western Germany. 20 years ago, German farmer Horst Backmann started to breed the so-called Glan cattle, as the traditional breed was almost extinct. The number of Glan cattle living in Germany is now at about 2,000. The animals are mainly used for milk- and beef production. AFP PHOTO DDP/TORSTEN SILZ GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read TORSTEN SILZ/AFP/Getty Images)  

Japanese iPhone gadget allows you to smell meat on your phone

A new Japanese iPhone gadget enables users to smell meat, gaming site Kotaku reports.

The gadget, Hana Yakiniku, which is Japanese for ‘nose grilled meat,’ plugs into a user’s iPhone headphone jack and sprays one of three scents: short ribs, beef tongue or buttered potato.

The idea behind the app is this: Eating meat at a restaurant is expensive, so a person can use the app and smell the meat spray while they eat something cheaper, like white rice or lettuce.

Or you could just eat meat like a normal person.

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