Beef Tripe (Shaki)

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Beef tripe, commonly known as shaki in some cultures, is the edible lining of a cow's stomach. Tripe is typically derived from one of the three chambers of the cow's stomach: the rumen (blanket tripe), the reticulum (honeycomb tripe), and the omasum (leaf tripe). Each type has a unique texture and appearance, which contributes to its culinary versatility. Here’s a detailed description of beef tripe (shaki)