Pig Intestines?

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Pig intestines are eating as a delicacy in many countries, but they are not called pig intestines. They are known as chitterlings, or chittlins. However, chitterlings can also refer to cattle intestines. Depending on the location, chittlins are eaten as part of religious events, while other countries eat them daily. They are often fried or steamed, but it is important that they be cooked completely. It is also necessary to clean the intestines several times in cool water to remove all debris from the intestine.
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