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offal

(of′fel)
Animal parts discarded during the process of butchering or slaughtering, typically including the brain, viscera, skin, hooves, and blood. These by-products have been implicated in the transmission of some infectious illnesses, like mad cow disease.

offal

1. nonmeat edible products from animal slaughter. Includes brains, thymus, pancreas, liver, heart, kidney, tripes, sausage casings, chitterlings, crackling rind.
2. by-product of milling, called also weatlings, middlings. A high-protein supplement for herbivores.

specified bovine offal
the term used in the UK to denote tissues that can be infected with the agent of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), namely brain and spinal cord, spinal ganglia, retina, and terminal small intestine.
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Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries has also issued a ministerial decision to ban the import of live birds, their products, their derivatives and offal from the United Kingdom, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Republic of South Korea, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of North Korea, and the state of Kerala in Republic of India, until the demise of the reason for the ban and the issuance of a decision in this regard.
The temporary ban includes all kinds of domesticated, wild and ornamental living birds, and all their products and offal.
Swine offal "are considered waste in most countries and are easily available in porkexporting countries," Sinag chair Rosendo So said.
In Britain, although we continue to enjoy black pudding, kidneys and haggis, offal is far less commonplace than it was during the years of food rationing.
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Held only three times a year, the official Offal lunch tooK place at the Lower Royal George, Scammonden.