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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.
Pork Snout is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Whole Beast: Snout to Tail Eating
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Pork Snout


Ingredients: The nose of one pig.
Preparation: Soup, deep-fried, burritos.
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Pig's ear is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Whole Beast: Snout to Tail Eating
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Pig's ear


My dog is a far more advanced connesieur of this that anyone else I know.


Ingredients: Literally, the ears of a pig.

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.
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Tripe is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Whole Beast: Snout to Tail Eating
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Tripe


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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Blood Pudding is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Whole Beast: Snout to Tail Eating
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Blood Pudding


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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