For Nigerians, one of the most enjoyed parts of their delicacies is the part of the meat referred to as ‘inside meat’.
Inside meat refers to every part of the meat that can be found inside an animal’s stomach, especially cow.
There is this part of the ‘inside meat’ that we often refer to as ‘Towel’, if you’ve been calling it that, I want you to know that you’ve been calling the wrong name for so long.
The right Name for it is TRIPE.
What Is Tripe? A Nutritious Organ Meat Explained.
Organ meats are a concentrated source of nutrients that have been consumed since ancient times.
Recently, there has been a resurgence of interest in organ meats because of the popularity of premodern eating patterns like the Paleo diet.
Tripe is organ meat made from the edible stomach lining of farm animals.
This article tells you everything you need to know about tripe, including its nutrition, potential benefits and how to add it to your diet.
What Is Tripe?
Ruminant animals like cows, buffalo and sheep have multiple stomach chambers to properly digest their food (1Trusted Source).
Tripe refers to the edible muscle walls of the stomachs of these animals.