Eating offal: Macho or moral?

08/8/2011 | Canada.com

Eating the hearts, brains and other innards of an animal has long been associated in some camps with macho dining habits, but a number of nose-to-tail advocates say putting to use all parts of animals that are killed for food is the moral thing to do. Chefs like the concept for its economy and the chance to create new dishes with unusual ingredients, such as the pig's tail pazole at The Black Hoof in Toronto and horse heart tartare at DNA in Montreal.

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