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Haggis

Haggis, the Scottish national dish, is a savory pudding. It's made from sheep heart, liver and lungs and mixed with minced onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, salt and stock.  Traditionally, it's encased in a sheep stomach then cooked. (It's supposed to taste better than it sounds.)

The Saltinghouse makes Haggis, using: Mutton Cuts + Salt + Barrel.

 

  • Classification:  Edible, Protein
  • Trade Value:  4
  • Weight:  1

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I've never had bad Haggis.  I've even had canned Haggis, came out as a giant fat hot dog.....and was still delicious.

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On 03/05/2017 at 1:35 AM, Lockerius said:

I've never had bad Haggis.  I've even had canned Haggis, came out as a giant fat hot dog.....and was still delicious.

wow, I never knew you could get it in a can! I did try haggis when I was in Scotland. I wasn't a fan, I doubt I would be now either.

I always liked spinach in a can though... I must be popeye.

makes me want to watch the french connection...

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Something to do with the spices they put in it that just drive me mental for it.

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