Have you ever eaten tripe?

Have you ever eaten tripe?
  • Yes, and I liked it
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  • Yes, and I didn't like it
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  • No, but I'd like to try it
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  • No, and I wouldn't try that
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  • WTF is tripe?
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There is a lot of confusion as to what tripe actually is.

Despite its somewhat fishy appearance, it's actually the lining of a ruminant's stomach, most usually a cow's, sometimes a sheep's.

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  • This is my favorite way to eat Tripe.

    Tripe and onions were once a very popular recipe in British cooking and considered the best way to cook the tripe (no doubt the onions bringing much-needed flavor).

    For the recipe you will need:

    1 kg dressed tripe (this means the tripe is cleaned, see above) cut into 5cm squares
    Half the amount of sliced onions to tripe
    Salt and pepper
    55 g each of butter and plain flour
    Milk

    Instructions:

    Boil the tripe squares in water for 15 minutes then drain. Add the onions and enough milk to cover and cook for two hours over a low heat.
    Melt the butter and flour together and stir to create a thick paste then slowly whisk in the milk form the tripe to create a white sauce. Season well with salt and pepper.
    Add the tripe squares, reheat and serve.

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  • Yes. But I've only eaten it in two ways.
    And I think, because it's challenging to get tripe tasting right, these two ways are probably my go-to when it comes to tripe, and I might need some taste-testing to try other ways of cooking it.

    As Chinese dim sum, any day of the week. (it can also be used in noodle soup)
    And in Callos a la Vizcaina, a traditional Basque dish.

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  • Well, I eat chicken tripe in pho fairly often. But its small, fine and mild in taste.

    I once ate bbq beef honeycomb in China. omfg... that was one of the top 2 or 3 nastiest dishes I have ever eaten in my life and I've eaten some weird ass shit.

    I just threw up in my mouth thinking about it. Ugghhh No way in hell will I ever touch anything remotely like that again.

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  • I had to google it first and yes I have eaten tripe as soup. Picture below is known as soto berubut or sup berubut.

    Have you eaten it and how they cook it?

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    • I honestly can't remember, lol - if I ever did, it would have been my grandparents who gave it to me, probably cooked like @humanearth suggests below...

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  • I voted D
    You stole Red Robin's theme

    My mom had that in the sink one time and wouldn't tell me what it was, so I was googling, "Meat that looks like sponge" lol

    Some things are not meant to be consumed by humans. That is one of them.
    Even Survivorman said you should never eat intestines.

    Oh God, I think I'm gonna be sick. Why you post picturs?

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  • Yes, I did. Long ago. Grandma used to love making it, but for some reason stopped. When I had some, I was a kid maybe 4-8 somewhere then, I didn't like it. Haven't had the chance to have some again, maybe I'd love it, who knows.

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  • Accidentally, I was stoned at a rugby club event and I had the mean munchies... I thought it was macaroni and cheese. Piled my plate up 😳🥴🤮

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  • I never have, but I'm open minded. I'd try anything once. I've had blood sausage, so I guess I could manage tripe. When my great gramps butchered a hog, the only thing that wasn't consumed were the hooves.
    (too chewey, I think)

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    • Per your update:

      I find it disturbing that you needed to explain that. lol
      I mean... I get it... but... dang. lol
      There's some really dumb fuckers on this site. Not even Google can help these lost souls.
      A GAG girl once asked about eating haggis. I've never eatin' haggis or tripe, but I'm guessing that tripe is child's play against haggis.

  • Its OK but I wouldn't go to town on it, but haggis is something else and before you ask I'm not Scottish.

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  • No, I didn't know what it was.
    But after seeing your update, hell no.

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  • There's a little Mexican restaurant chain near where I live that serves it, I often get it when I go there.

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  • I see this and run away 😶 ... But mom and dad eat it

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  • No, I don't eat any meat if I would have to Google what it is!

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  • I cannot say I ever had it, but I would not mind giving it a try.

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  • bitch i gagged

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  • never eaten it. i guess i would try it but it just doesn't seem appealing to me

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  • Hearing what it is already had me disinterested but now that I see it I really wouldn't try it.

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  • Yeah. It was alright, but it was a bit weird to be putting a stomach into my stomach lol

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  • No but my uncle cooked it one time in a soup and it stunk out the entire house. Lol

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  • Yes I have tried when I was younger it was part of the lunchmy mom cook my dad and siblings. I dont like it so much anymore

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  • Yes I tried callos. It kinda stinks but it tastes good i guess.

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    • It just hast to be cooked with many onions. I kinda like the rubbery texture tho.

  • Not that I can remember. I would probably try it, but it’s not something I’d go out of my way for

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  • I have vaguely heard of it but I'm not sure what it is. Doesn't appetizing.

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  • I’m not sure what it is. If it’s meat, I’ve never tried nor will I be.

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  • Yes. There are some foods that use it and are pretty great.

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  • I won't eat it again, unless I'm starving or trying to survive.

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  • I'm not sure what's that

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  • 😕 it looks like a sea sponge

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  • Yes, it’s lovely.

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  • It's very good, but it must be well made!

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  • Yes, I love it. I eat it in menudo.

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  • Tripe is dog treats, not human food.

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  • yes. When cooked good, omgggggg drools

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  • swole fed it to me after intercourse

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  • they have that at pho

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  • Went with E. Looks pretty tasty.

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  • Na but my dog has

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  • Never even heard of it.

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  • Wut even is that?👀

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  • looks nasty

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  • Yeah, I get it in my pho all the time!

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  • no idea what it is but I'd try it

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  • Yerp

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  • No and I don't intend to.

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  • yes why not

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  • No. It looks and smells disgusting.

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  • No, I've never eaten that.

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  • No. I live in 2019, not 1919.

    Simples...

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  • in my culture we call is mondongo

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  • Never tried it

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  • I don't even know what it is.

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  • Never had it but would be willing to try.

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  • Nope as knowing what it is I'm not eating that

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  • Yes, and I didn't like it much at all.

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