What one likes and dislikes is usually a matter of personal taste. When it comes to meat and it's relatives, sometimes just knowing where it comes from is enough to make me stay away.
1 18 VOTES
Ingredients: The nose of one pig.
Preparation: Soup, deep-fried, burritos.
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2 22 VOTES
My dog is a far more advanced connesieur of this that anyone else I know.
Preparation: Apparently, popular all over the world. It's generally "soul food" or dog treats here in the U.S. Boiled, pickled, stewed, grilled everywhere else and eaten as sashimi in Japan.
Ingredients: Literally, the ears of a pig.
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3 15 VOTES
There's just NO way to dress this up.Ingredients: The yummy portions of the stomachs of various farm animals; beef and "unwashed" tripe (which includes some of the last contents.
Preparation: A shocking array of dishes from all over the world; including Scotland's Haggis, stews, soups and sausages.
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4 36 VOTES
Also, Black Pudding or Blood Sausage.Ingredients: Cooked or dried animal blood (sheep, cattle, duck or goat), meat, fat, suet, bread, sweet potato, onion, chestnuts, barley, rice and/or oatmeal filler, raisins, spices, and green onions, etc.
Preparation: Another favorite food internationally. Preparation techiques vary by country, region and culture.
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