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Old 09-28-2014, 01:46 AM   #11
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A number of years ago found a product called 'Pollack Guts' in an Asian food store. It was refrigerated and clearly fermenting - much like kimchee. Visually it seemed to consist of intestines although the rest of the insides may have been in there also. We did not have the intestinal fortitude to try the stuff. Will eat most offal but there are just some things I cannot convince my brain to let me put in my mouth. Would be glad to try the pickled giblets if they were presented to me but somehow just don't think I have the gumption to prepare the dish.

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Old 09-28-2014, 06:59 AM   #12
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I love Hearts and Gizzards. The liver is cat fish bait.
Every bar in every little town out here in the mid west has a jar of pickled gizzards and a jar of pickled eggs for drinking snacks. One bar we use to go to had pickled turkey gizzards. A friend of mine and I after having a few too many beers thought it would be good idea to see who could eat more of them. Not a good idea to eat more than a dozen at one time. Unless you want to clean out your system.

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