In season 4 episode 2 of Game of Thrones, Bran is Warging in his wolf when he is woken suddenly.
In reaction to this he cried out asking why he was woken, to which he was told that he had been gone for hours. Bran then said that he was hungry, to which he was told that he can't stay in the wolf for too long.
Wargs obviously have control over the animals they choose, so to some extent they should be able to think on their feet and react to their environment as a human would. But was there any description in the books as to how much of them was with the animal?
Which brings me to my second part of basically the same question: if they are in total control of the animal, would that not mean that Bran’s taste would also be functioning as a human, which would mean that Bran was tasting raw deer?
I can entertain the idea that hunger has taken over and it does not matter what he was eating.