In the United States, chittlins have long been a part of the African American culture - not to say that all African Americans eat them. In France, chitterlings are a delicacy. In Asia, chitterlings are called isaw and is a street food. In Korea they are used to make Jun-Gol, a stew. In Latin America chitterlings are widely used as a street food. In Spain they cook sheep's intestines and call it Gallinejas.
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Try smelling them when they are being cleaned. Once you get past the smell, they taste delicious!