• made
  • In Korean cuisine, it is stewed in a hot pot (gopchang-jeongol), grilled over a barbecue (gopchang-gui), boiled in soup with other intestines (naejang-tang), or made into a sausage (sundae). (wikipedia.org)
  • English
  • The Spanish/Portuguese term tripas or the English tripe also occasionally referred to as small beef's intestines, attesting to the practice of consuming animal intestines as a truly worldwide phenomenon. (wikipedia.org)
  • lead
  • Despite the danger these conditions may pose in themselves, they may lead to even further, more serious complications that necessitate replacement of the diseased intestine. (wikipedia.org)