Lainy...you've reminded me not be grossed out by other peoples food delicacies! I have also had Kishcka (altho I am sure my parents never told me it was encased in internal organs!!!) and chopped liver (altho I don't eat either anymore). Liver has lost it's appeal for me too Marion!
Ok, and Jews eat fish for breakfast (smoked salmon, white fish, lox) and I'll bet most non-Jews would be disgusted thinking of eating that for breakfast. I know it took my non-Jewish husband lots of years to eat what we ate growing up.
So, Gavin, I guess little stomach casing can't be that bad, right? But I will have to pass on the neeps, never had much of a liking for turnips.
I think food is all what you get used to but I don't know many who would turn down the universal food of chocolate cake!!
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