LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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Pork (minced) offals
(generally thought as the internal parts of the pig, its innards).
It worth noticing that offal may mean different innards, as you can see on the above link. If you don´t have stomach to see it, you can read it on the following ones.
Traditional British offal dishes include brawn, (a sort of terrine that uses up the pig's head), chitterlings, (pigs' intestines that are sometimes plaited before cooking and serving), and faggots, (made with pork offal, such as liver, lungs and spleen, and wrapped in caul fat, the membrane found around internal organs).
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