Eat Healthy From the Inside Out

Byproducts once limited to sausages, lunchmeat and pet food are salvaged into très chic entrees.

Preventing colorectal cancer begins with a good meal. Websites like Offally Good and Offal Good praise the versatility and nutritional value of byproducts once limited to sausages, lunchmeat and pet food. In essence, offal (sweetbread) is organ meat—what is salvaged after butchering traditionally edible cuts of meat. With its high profit margin, some upscale restaurants are making it très chic.

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