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Tripe is an organ meat made from the lining of animal stomachs. Although it may come from pigs, lambs, goats, chickens or ducks, tripe is usually made from the first three of the cow's four stomachs. 


Tripe is high in protein but low in calories, fat and carbs. Like most organ meats, tripe is extremely nutritious and provides benefits to your health. In addition to being a good source of protein, tripe is rich in B vitamins and minerals, including calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese and selenium.


Honeycomb tripe: This type is made from the second stomach chamber and has a unique appearance that resembles a honeycomb. Honeycomb beef tripe is the lining of the reticulum, which is the second of the animal's four stomach chambers.


It’s among the most popular varieties because of its tender texture and unique taste.

Beef Tripe - Honeycomb

  • 100% Honeycomb beef tripe

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