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Offal is primarily the term used to refer to animal meat, especially the parts such as internal organs, entrails, muscles, bones etc. Although not widely consumed, offal as food is now catching with the mainstream cuisines across the world – some of the famous offal meat recipes include oxtail stew, kidney pies, liver sausage, deviled kidney on toasts, ragout sweetbreads etc. Although offal meat is less popular cuts, it can be cooked as delicious as its fair-cut counterparts and is with an added advantage of heightened nutritional levels.