Does anybody cook offal?

Contributor: rosythorn rosythorn
So we were thinking about asking local farmers about some offal Does anybody know how to cook it and how you can tell if it is fresh or not? The food standards here are iffy.
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Contributor: Rossie Rossie
I'm curious to know why you want to cook offal? Unless you know how to properly clean all the various parts, I don't think it's a good idea to try cooking offal at home.
Contributor: married with children married with children
I have never cooked it, and I never would. It is not something I enjoy eating. I would stay away from cooking it yourself, it is something that could make you very sick if not prepared the right way.
Contributor: eri86 eri86
What is offal?
Contributor: Bubba29 Bubba29
i have a trusted source. i regularly cook chicken and beef liver along with beef tongue. no problems here.

the major concern that caused offal scares was contaminated beef brain. brain is no longer sold for human consumption as a result.
Contributor: GONE! GONE!
I'm not interested in doing so, no.
Contributor: butts butts
Though I've never had any interest in offal myself (especially as a vegetarian), I'm sure there's a lot of resources online.
Contributor: SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
I like offal. Signs of freshness are exactly the same as with other meat: smell, colour, texture.
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