Azotillo

Azotillo

1) Which part of the cow is garbage in Argentina 2) Which part is carnage? ۔

3) What else can you eat besides kidney, liver, gazard, choline, crezos and sausage, what else can you eat in meat?

Azotillo, found in the neck of a cow ... Small survivors occasionally mix with meat, the meat is a little harder when it is older.

Carnaza is the part that sticks to the cow's gesture and is eaten there, located almost on the side above the forehead.

Commonly found Echoras: Cholens, Rio; Ice, Tripe Fat, Geezards, Liver, Chrysos and their fresh blood sausage casings, are prepared separately.

Buffets, hearts are two muscles that don't heal, that doesn't mean they won't heal, they are usually bought like cat food.

CG

Here you can find a map of the cow with cuts and pictures.

I suggest you take a look at this page which identifies every part of the cattle in Argentina.

Azotillo

Azotillo

1) Which part of cow is garbage in Argentina? 2) Which part is carnazza? 3

3) What else can you eat besides kidney, liver, gazard, choline, crezo and chorizo, what else can you eat meat?

Azotillo, found in the neck of a cow ... The small remnants that are occasionally mixed with meat, are a little harder when the cow is old.

The carnazza is the part that attaches to the cow's gesture and is eaten there, located almost on one side above the forelegs.

Commonly found Echoras: Choline, riñoà± ice, trap fat, geese, liver, cressus and their fresh blood sausage casings, are prepared separately.

Buffet, heart are two muscles that will not heal, does not mean that they will not heal, usually bought like cat food.

CG

Here you can find maps and pictures of cows.

Azotillo